2 edition of Works of mourning: the elegiac fiction of Mavis Gallant and Alice Munro. found in the catalog.
Works of mourning: the elegiac fiction of Mavis Gallant and Alice Munro.
Karen E. Smythe
Written in English
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She then uses these paradigms as suggestive "reading models" for the interpretation of works by Gallant, Munro, and other contemporary fiction-elegists. Figuring Grief offers new readings of specific works and suggests that new ways of reading are both demanded and rewarded by a poetics of elegy.
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Karen Smythe's theoretical study is concerned largely with the works of two of the best short story writers in the English language Mavis Gallant and Alice Munro. Although Gallant and Munro have received increasing attention in recent years, most critics have taken a general approach to their works, usually discussing the themes of memory and loss.
Nov 01, · The problem with this line of thought is that at its perhaps illogical extreme, it takes away some of the impetus to buy a collection of stories. Owning the collected works of an established master such as Gallant or Grace Paley or Alice Munro is one thing.
My Struggle: Book 1. By Karl Ove Knausgaard. New Price: $ Used And this is the experience I had this year with the late Canadian genius Mavis Gallant—which is odd, because I already liked Mavis Gallant. author of multiple works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, returns with a novel about Kailash, a young immigrant from India.
Dec 27, · Notes. Material which has not been seen by contributors is not indexed. Authors such as Elizabeth Closs, who are both authors of criticism and subjects of discussion, are listed in whichever index is appropriate for each reference.
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Aug 21, · Along with creative fiction and creative non-fiction works, the issue contains several works of criticism. Fairy-tales emerged late in Australia, Catherine Snell tells us in ‘Of Education, the Bush and Other Strange Creatures: Environmental Conservation in Australian Fairy Tales’ (TextJW 43 10 pp.).
As she suggests, ‘From as early. May 26, · Paris Stories by Mavis Gallant. Just Kids by Patti Smith. Runaway by Alice Munro -- It took the Nobel Prize Committee to introduce me to Alice Munro and I am grateful. The first story in the collection took my breath away. so I’ll just toss out two fiction and two non-fiction works that I’m currently reading or read recently.
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Paris Stories by Mavis Gallant. Just Kids by Patti Smith. Runaway by Alice Munro -- It took the Nobel Prize Committee to introduce me to Alice Munro and I am grateful. The first story in the collection took my breath away. Sarah Potter Welcome to the 17th annual Bates College Store "Good Reads" list.
We invite you to browse and enjoy. Sep 19, · Overall she wrote more than twenty-five works of fiction, three volumes of poetry and two autobiographical works. Many of her novels were serialised in Australian newspapers, and were never published in book form.
While she was known to friends and family by her married name, Ada Cross, she was known to her newspaper readers as A.C. This Russian is still known today as the finest writer of short stories the world has produced.
People are always looking for the next Chekhov, and I’ve heard the phrase “our Chekhov” leveled at Alice Munro, William Trevor and V.S. Pritchett, but the truth is that there is no inheritor to his legacy.
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This chapter investigates the melancholic subject’s vulnerability to secondary narcissism and the attendant threat of psychosis, identified by Freud in his essay ‘Mourning and Melancholia’ ().
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