Essays on Fiction - Dickens, Melville, Hawthorne, and Faulkner
|Author: ||Connolly, Thomas|
These essays deal with the compositional and literary scope of the authors, resulting from the author's personal interest in and teaching.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents:
A Note on Name-symbolism in Melville
Hawthorne's "Young Goodman Brown": An Attack on Puritanic Calvinism
How Young Goodman Brown Became Old Badman Brown
Introduction to "Young Goodman Brown"
Why The Reverend Mr. Dimmesdale Was Not Named George
Hawthorne: Puritans, Catholics, and Quakers
Point of View in Absalom, Absalom!
The Three Plots in A Fable
Fate and "the Agony of Will": Determinism in Some Works of William Faulkner
Christian Symbolism in Some Works of William Faulkner
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