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Page 12 from Issue 1964-fall... N Atomic Age, books to read before bed, in preference to nail biting and in hope of exorcising bad dreams. Science Fiction is not, however, sufficient unto our day; our kind of hubris and nemesis, the breakdown of the scientist's optimism into terror must ...
own identity. It gave him a tender love affair which would dominate the pages of his later fiction ...
hope to achieve form. At the core of Baldwin's fiction is an existentialist psychology. ...
a depiction of cultural disintegration (if anything the culture is too hardy), or a fictionalizing ...
Page 115 from Issue 1965-winter a social novel; I am only trying to show that l"urrl'll'� conception of causation and motivation is, perhaps, somewhat more complex than his critics have noticed. In his reply to Edmund Wilson, Farrell said, In my fiction I seek to recreate a precise detailed ...
Structure and Perception in the Fiction of Kafka, Beckett, and Robbe·Grillet. By George H. Szanto.LC ...
Winter 1989/90
in an attempt to break down the Hindu caste system, and began writing poetry and fiction with a powerful social ...
Winter 1989/90
and perhaps not even in such extended works of prose fiction as Forster's A Passage to India and Paul ...
The attitude in his other fiction, however, reinstates the 'anachronistic potential' ...
Page 40 from Issue 25 In Borges' fiction, the form of 'hidden history' I have called the collation is apparent as a kind of specious, instant union between a figure and his archetype; the term 'specious' is used both because it pairs reason with fatuity ...

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