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How the Second World War is depicted by British novelists since 1990 : the passage of time changes our portrayal of traumatic events

Author: Eva M Perez Rodriguez
Publisher: Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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With portrayals of World War Two, this title shows how the artist's imagination changes our psychological relation to the greatest traumas of the recent past.

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eva M Perez Rodriguez
ISBN: 9780773426153 0773426159
OCLC Number: 774492381
Description: xi, 251 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Sarah Waters, The Night Watch (2006); 2. Ian McEwan, Atonement (2001); 3. William Boyd, Restless (2006); 4. Sebastian Faulks, Charlotte Gray (1998); 5. Robert Harris, Engima (1995); 6. Tim Binding, Island Madness (1994); 7. Owen Sheers, Resistance (2007); 8. Peter Ho Davies, The Welsh Girl (2007); 9. A.L. Kennedy, Day (2007); 10..A. McCall Smith, La's Orchestra Saves the World (2008); 11. Helen Dunmore, The Siege (2001); 12. Rachel Seiffert, The Dark Room (2001); 13. Martin Amis, Time's Arrow (1991); 14. Louis de Bernieres, Captain Corelli's Mandolin (1994); 15. Mark Mills, The Information Officer (2009); 16. Kazuo Ishiguro, When We Were Orphans (2000).
Responsibility: Eva M. Pérez Rodríguez ; with a foreword by Santiago Corugedo.
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"This a very welcome book for those who like English fiction: it will certainly move you to read." (Prof. Santiago Corugedo University of Oviedo) "This is challenging and thought-provoking study Read more...

 
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