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A reader's guide to the contemporary English novel

Author: Frederick R Karl
Publisher: London, Thames and Hudson, 1973.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Revised edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks, manuals, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick R Karl
ISBN: 0500140197 9780500140192
OCLC Number: 1004049
Notes: Published in 1962 under title: The contemporary English novel.
Description: [6], 375 pages 21 cm
Contents: 1. The contemporary English novel --
2. Waiting for Beckett: quest and re-quest --
3. Lawrence Durrell: physical and metaphysical love --
4. The politics of conscience: the novels of C.P. Snow --
5. Graham Greene's demonical heroes --
6. The world of Elizabeth Bowen --
7. Joyce Cary: the moralist as novelist --
8. George Orwell: the white man's burden --
9. The world of Evelyn Waugh: the normally insane --
10. Normality defined: the novels of Henry Green --
11. The intimate world of Ivy Compton-Burnett --
12. The angries: is there a Protestant in the house? --
13. The still comic music of humanity: the novels of Anthony Powell, Angus Wilson, and Nigel Dennis --
14. The novel as moral allegory: the fiction of William Golding, Iris Murdoch, Rex Warner, and P.H. Newby --
15. Composite --
16. Major work in the Sixties: Doris Lessing and Anthony Powell --
17. Postscript: 1960-1970. Nigel Dennis, Lawrence Durrell, William Golding, Grahame Greene, Iris Murdoch, Alan Sillitoe, C.P. Snow, Muriel Spark, Angus Wilson, John Fowles, Anthony Burgess --
Index.
Responsibility: [by] Frederick R. Karl.

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