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eBook Understanding Julian Barnes (Understanding Contemporary British Literature) ePub

by Merritt Moseley

  • ISBN: 1570038759
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Merritt Moseley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of South Carolina Press; 13th ed. edition (September 17, 2009)
  • Pages: 216
  • ePub book: 1575 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1863 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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Understanding Julian Barnes surveys the career of an innovative British novelist who has been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize on three occasions. Understanding Julian Barnes surveys the career of an innovative British novelist who has been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize on three occasions.

He has written widely on recent British and Irish fiction and is the author of two other titles in this series, Understanding Kingsley Amis and Understanding Julian Barnes.

Understanding Graham Greene provides a clear, succinct guide to the major writings of Greene's career, such as It's a Battlefield, England Made Me, The Heart of the Matter, The Quiet American, and Travels with My Aunt

Understanding Graham Greene provides a clear, succinct guide to the major writings of Greene's career, such as It's a Battlefield, England Made Me, The Heart of the Matter, The Quiet American, and Travels with My Aunt. Throughout this volume R. H. Miller explores the merits of each selection and delineates how it represents Greene's overarching concerns with civil liberties.

Peter Childs, Julian Barnes (Contemporary British Novelists), Manchester University Press (2011). Julian Barnes at British Council: Literature. Sebastian Groes & Peter Childs, eds. Julian Barnes (Contemporary Critical Perspectives), Continuum (2011). Vanessa Guignery & Ryan Roberts, eds. Conversations with Julian Barnes, University Press of Mississippi (2009). Merritt Moseley, Understanding Julian Barnes, University of South Carolina Press (1997).

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Understanding Julian Barnes surveys the career of an innovative British novelist who . Understanding Contemporary British Literature. University of South Carolina Press. In evaluating Barnes's fiction, Moseley discusses the novelist's admiration for Gustave Flaubert, identifies his technical and thematic concerns, and explores the intrigue surrounding his divided career as a writer of serious novels, published under his own name, and of detective thrillers, published under the pseudonym Dan Kavanagh.

Julian Barnes – Flaubert’s Parrot (1984). Barnes has written many unique works, many of which combine various literary styles to create a complex, interwoven whole. Flaubert’s Parrot, a loosely-written biography of the famous French author, contains subtle interjections from a speaker haunted by a past he does not want to confront.

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Understanding Julian Barnes surveys the career of an innovative British novelist who has been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize on three occasions. In this analysis of Barnes's distinctive qualities and of his place in the British literary establishment, Merritt Moseley suggests that Barnes's greatest achievement is his ability to resist summary and categorization by imagining each book in a dramatically original way. In evaluating Barnes's fiction, Moseley discusses the novelist's admiration for Gustave Flaubert, identifies his technical and thematic concerns, and explores the intrigue surrounding his divided career as a writer of serious novels, published under his own name, and of detective thrillers, published under the pseudonym Dan Kavanagh. Moseley provides close readings of Barnes's book-length works, defending the writer against the charge that some of these volumes should not be considered novels at all and examining his commitment to writing books rich in the exploration of serious ideas.