The meaning of fiction.

Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1960.

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Subjects Fiction -- History and criticism.
Roman -- Histoire et critique.
Description 317 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1960.
Summary The choice of a novelist's style, plot, character, and theme are discussed, and many famous novels are re-interpreted.
Contents The beginning of fiction: Cervantes -- Reflexive attitudes: Sterne, Gogol, and Gide -- Modes of irony: Jane Austen and Stendhal -- History as rhetoric: Balzac -- The language of fiction -- The riches of detachment: Flaubert -- The specializing sensibility -- The portentous intelligent stillness: James -- Idea in fiction: The grand inquisitor, Lawrence, and Malraux -- The moral vision: Tolstoi -- Plot as discovery: Conrad, Dostoevsky, and Faulkner -- Romance as allegory: Melville and Kafka -- Platitude, sentiment, and vision -- The life of fiction --- The invisible stilts of time: Proust -- The meaning of fiction.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)333043
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Cook, Albert, 1925-1998.
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