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|Named Person:||John Kennedy Toole; John Kennedy Toole|
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|Notes:||Includes A mother's remembrance: I walk in the world for my son by Mrs. Thelma Toole.
"Cover design: reproduction of Robert Coles in search for grace among the dunces, oil portrait by George Rodrigue."
"The first one hundred copies of this edition have been numbered and signed by Mrs. Thelma Toole." Library copy signed but not numbered.
|Description:||ix, 15 pages ; 20 cm.|
|Series Title:||The Flora Levy lecture in the humanities, 1981|
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From JK Toole perspective, good study, earliest on humanism
Before 2012, I had described this slim brochure as a quaint record of a lecture by Robert Coles with some other comments and a reminiscence by Thelma Toole. Early in my research, I had thought that Coles had offered a unique, but not very central observation about Confederacy....
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From JK Toole perspective, good study, but not essential
This slim brochure is the quaint record of a lecture by Robert Coles with some other comments and a reminiscence by Thelma Toole. Coles was an early supporter of Confederacy as a serious text. He interprets Ignatius as the Roman Catholic Church itself, weighed down by its corruptions. Myrna...
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- Toole, John Kennedy, -- 1937-1969. -- Confederacy of dunces.
- Toole, John Kennedy, -- 1937-1969. -- Criticism and interpretation.