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Colleen McCullough : a critical companion

Auteur: Mary Jean DeMarr
Uitgever: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1996.
Serie: Critical companions to popular contemporary writers.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Although best known for The Thorn Birds, a blockbuster family saga set in her native Australia, Colleen McCullough is a versatile novelist who has written in a variety of genres. This is the first full-length examination of her work. It highlights her versatility and her refusal to be confined to any one genre or type of writing, even though that refusal has lost her part of the wide readership she gained with The
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Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
DeMarr, Mary Jean, 1932-
Colleen McCullough.
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1996
(OCoLC)605079345
Online version:
DeMarr, Mary Jean, 1932-
Colleen McCullough.
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1996
(OCoLC)608606363
Genoemd persoon: Colleen McCullough; Colleen McCullough; Colleen McCullough
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Mary Jean DeMarr
ISBN: 0313294992 9780313294990
OCLC-nummer: 33862164
Beschrijving: xiii, 187 p. ; 24 cm.
Inhoud: Colleen McCullough: the woman and the writer --
A writer of many genres --
Tim (1974) --
The thorn birds (1977) --
An indecent obsession (1981) --
A creed for the third millennium (1985) --
The ladies of Missalonghi (1987) --
"The masters of Rome" series (1990- ).
Serietitel: Critical companions to popular contemporary writers.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Mary Jean DeMarr.

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Although best known for The Thorn Birds, a blockbuster family saga set in her native Australia, Colleen McCullough is a versatile novelist who has written in a variety of genres. This is the first full-length examination of her work. It highlights her versatility and her refusal to be confined to any one genre or type of writing, even though that refusal has lost her part of the wide readership she gained with The Thorn Birds. DeMarr discusses, analyzes, and evaluates.

each of McCullough's nine novels in turn, relates it to the genre to which it belongs, and compares it to her other work. This study also features a biographical chapter and a chapter which discusses the variety of genres in which McCullough has written. DeMarr shows how McCullough's romances (Tim and The Ladies of Missalonghi) and her other novels which make heavy use of romance elements (The Thorn Birds and An Indecent Obsession) differ dramatically from each other.

She also compares McCullough's novels of ideas (A Creed for the Third Millennium and her four recent historical novels set in ancient Rome, "The Masters of Rome" series). Each novel or series is discussed in a separate chapter, which contains sections on plot development and structure, character development, setting, style, and themes. Each novel is also examined from an alternate critical approach, such as feminist, allegorical, anti-generic, and deconstructionist, to.

widen the reader's perspective. A complete bibliography of McCullough's work, general criticism, and listings of reviews of each novel complete the work. This work will be of particular interest to public and school libraries.

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