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John McGahern : from the local to the universal

Auteur : Eamon Maher
Éditeur : Dublin, Ireland : Liffey Press, ©2003.
Collection : Contemporary Irish writers and filmmakers.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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"In this comprehensive guide to the fiction of John McGahern, Eamon Maher argues that in his themes, scenes, scenarios and characters, which on the surface seem to originate from a limited source - the local - we can find genuine and profound portrayals of the entire scope of human experience - the universal. This is what makes McGahern's work so admirable and significant. But more than that, Maher looks at  Lire la suite...
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Personne nommée : John McGahern; John McGahern; John McGahern
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Eamon Maher
ISBN : 1904148409 9781904148401
Numéro OCLC : 53870231
Description : xiv, 191 p. ; 22 cm.
Contenu : Chapter 1 --
bleak provincial Ireland: the Barracks and the dark --
chapter 2 experiments with style: the leavetaking and the pornographer --
chapter 3 snapshots of existence: the collected stories --
chapter 4 swansong of rural Ireland: amongst women and that they may face the rising sun --
conclusion.
Titre de collection : Contemporary Irish writers and filmmakers.
Responsabilité : Eamon Maher.

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"In this comprehensive guide to the fiction of John McGahern, Eamon Maher argues that in his themes, scenes, scenarios and characters, which on the surface seem to originate from a limited source - the local - we can find genuine and profound portrayals of the entire scope of human experience - the universal. This is what makes McGahern's work so admirable and significant. But more than that, Maher looks at McGahern's writing in the broader context of changes in Irish society over the course of the writer's career, and points to his moral courage in writing about difficult aspects of Irish society at a time when it was not so popular to do so."--BOOK JACKET.

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