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Fiction of Malcolm Lowry and Thomas Mann: Structural Tradition (Hardback)
  • Fiction of Malcolm Lowry and Thomas Mann: Structural Tradition (Hardback)
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Fiction of Malcolm Lowry and Thomas Mann: Structural Tradition (Hardback)

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Hardback 192 Pages / Published: 01/03/1990
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This book examines the uses of myth and symbol in Lowry and Mann's major works and finds some remarkable similarities that exist because of structural tradition. Both authors are consciously and unconsciously continuing a tradition that can be traced to the beginning of literature in the Western world. Contents: Introduction; Lowry's Under the Volcano and Mann's ^IThe Magic Mountain; Recurrence of Patterns and Parallels in Other Works of Lowry and Mann; The Monomyth in Other Works of Lowry and Mann: A Non-Comparative View; Lowry and Mann within the Context of the Modern Novel.

Publisher: Jefferson (Thomas) University Press
ISBN: 9780943549033
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 454 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 25 mm


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Professor Barnes' study is a valuable contribution in the field of comparative literature; students and teachers of Lowry and Mann, from beginners to scholarly experts, will benefit from his close reading and cogent reasoning. -- Gordon Weaver, Prof. of English, Oklahoma State University
Along with an excellent bibliography and index,...offers the critic and the student an informed introduction to the minds and works of two of our most important twentieth-century novelists. -- John Locke, University of Arkansas
Along with an excellent bibliography and index,...offers the critic and the student an informed introduction to the minds and works of two of our most important twentieth-century novelists. -- John Locke, University of Arkansas
Professor Barnes' study is a valuable contribution in the field of comparative literature; students and teachers of Lowry and Mann, from beginners to scholarly experts, will benefit from his close reading and cogent reasoning. -- Gordon Weaver, Prof. of English, Oklahoma State University

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