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Comparative literary dimensions : essays in honor of Melvin J. Friedman

Author: Melvin J Friedman; Jay L Halio; Ben Siegel
Publisher: Newark, Del. : University of Delaware Press ; London : Associated University Press, 2000.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Comparative literary dimensions.
Newark, Del. : University of Delaware Press ; London : Associated University Press, 2000
(OCoLC)606296752
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Melvin J Friedman; Jay L Halio; Ben Siegel
ISBN: 0874137152 9780874137156
OCLC Number: 42923679
Description: 224 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Theory of comedy from Dante to Joyce / Haskell M. Block --
The medium o fhistory: Robert Graves and the ancient past / Clayton Koelb --
Bakhtin, Joyce, and the epic tradition / Zack Bowen --
"I pity your oldself I was used to: Finnegans wake and the aesthetics of aging / Michael Patrick Gillespie --
The washerwoman skit adapted from Finnegans wake / Margaret Rogers --
Beckett's Happy days, Burton, and Schopenhauer / James Acheson --
Beckett [f]or nothing / Raymond Federman --
Beckett briefly on the nature of everything: a reading of Texts for nothing in the half-light of Greek philosophy / Livio Dobrez --
"A sup of the hawk's, or the saints": Beckett and Irish Theater / James Liddy --
Virginia Woolf's construction of masculinity: a narrative model, a reading of Mrs. Dalloway / Richard Pearce --
Zangwill's The melting pot and Nichols's Abie's Irish rose / Owen Aldridge --
Céline's ultimate focalization, or the two faces of paranoia in Bagatelles pour un massacre and Féerie pour une autre fois: toward a theory of paranoid writing / David Hayman --
Writing to overcome (Escribir superar): Luisa Valenzuela / Debra A. Castillo --
Ethnicity and authenticity: Wilson Harris and other "Black" writing / Mark Williams.
Responsibility: edited by Jay L. Halio and Ben Siegel.

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