Man's changing mask; modes and methods of characterization in fiction.


Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press [1966] .

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Subjects Characters and characteristics in literature.
Charakterisierung.
Fiction -- Technique.
Roman.
USA.
Description viii, 368 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Contents pt. 1 Definitions : What is Character? ; Some Illustrative Versions of Melodrama -- part II A Crux and a Classic : Hamlet as Action ; Jane Austen's Minuet: Pride and Prejudice -- part III Characterization in Symbolic Journeys : To the Last Out Post of Evil: Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" ; Quest for the Antagonist: Herman Melville's Moby Dick ; The Idle Inquiry: Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Young Goodman Brown" ; Freedom Afloat-and Adrift: Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ; A Sargasso of the Sinister: Katherine Anne Porter's Ship of Fools -- part IV The Great Transition : Character and Coincidence: Thomas Hardy's The Return of the Native ; The Illusion of Action in Henry James ; Aristocracy as Gesture -- Pt .V Modern Consequences : The Idea Men ; The Diminished Self.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)181288
(OCoLC)ocm00181288
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WorldCat Identities Walcutt, Charles Child, 1908-
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