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eBook World of Relations: The Achievement of Peter Taylor ePub

by David M. Robinson

  • ISBN: 0813120632
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: David M. Robinson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University Press of Kentucky; First Edition edition (March 26, 1998)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1471 kb
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Sensitive, informed, and insightful, Robinson's study deftly explores Taylor's richly nuanced fictional world, particularly the complex dynamics of domestic and cultural turmoil lurking just beneath the mannered calm of southern gentility.

Sensitive, informed, and insightful, Robinson's study deftly explores Taylor's richly nuanced fictional world, particularly the complex dynamics of domestic and cultural turmoil lurking just beneath the mannered calm of southern gentility. Robinson shows through sound survey and analysis how Taylor's entire oeuvre is of a piece artistically and thematically. ―Southern Literary Journal. A very helpful examination of a major storyteller. Demonstrates the enormous complexity of Taylor's characters.

World of Relations provides an important critical assessment of the work of one of the South's greatest writers, and includes the first extensive critical discussion of Taylor's last two works, The Oracle of Stoneleigh Court (1993) and In the Tennessee Country (1994). Tietoja kirjoittajasta.

World of Relationsprovides an important critical assessment of the work of one of the South's greatest writers, and includes the first extensive critical discussion of Taylor's last two works,The Oracle. In 1959 Peter Taylor published his third collection of stories under the titleHappy Families Are All Alike. Both the historical moment of its publication and the nuances of the title’s implications reveal Taylor’s overall purposes as a writer of fiction and drama.

World of Relations The Achievement of Peter Taylor by David M. Robinson and . The Achievement of Peter Taylor. This book's format is not supported currently, please contact the publisher. Robinson and Publisher The University Press of Kentucky. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9780813157740, 0813157749. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780813120638, 0813120632. By: David M. Robinson. Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky. Print ISBN: 9780813120638, 0813120632. Reflowable eTextbooks do not maintain the layout of a traditional bound book.

The Achievement of Peter Taylor. By David M. University Press of Kentucky. World of Relations provides an important critical assessment of the work of one of the South's greatest writers, and includes the first extensive critical discussion of Taylor's last two works, The Oracle of Stoneleigh Court (1993) and In the Tennessee Country (1994).

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Of both scholarly and general interest, this first book-length collection of original essays on Peter Taylor should stimulate . Библиографические данные.

Of both scholarly and general interest, this first book-length collection of original essays on Peter Taylor should stimulate interest, encourage critical attention, and lay a foundation for further study. The Craft of Peter Taylor. Charles Ralph Stephens, Lynda B. Salamon. Published 1998 by University Press of Kentucky in Lexington, Ky. Written in English. American Domestic fiction, Criticism and interpretation, Domestic fiction, American, Family in literature, History and criticism, In literature, Interpersonal relations in literature. Peter Hillsman Taylor (1917-).

A leading figure in modern southern literature, described by Newsweek as "one of the best American storytellers," Peter Taylor secured a national following through his long relationship with the New Yorker and his widely read volumes from the 1980s, The Old Forest and Other Stories and A Summons to Memphis. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author's portrayals of the battles of strong-willed fathers and mothers with their equally strong-willed sons are at the center of his achievement in fiction.David Robinson presents Taylor as a writer deeply concerned with the interworkings of family relationships, and emphasizes his role as chronicler of the shifts in southern culture in this century. World of Relations provides an important critical assessment of the work of one of the South's greatest writers, and includes the first extensive critical discussion of Taylor's last two works, The Oracle of Stoneleigh Court (1993) and In the Tennessee Country (1994).