Humanistic Interpretations of Modern British and American Writers
Essays in Literary Criticism
This collection of essays on a number of major British and American writers highlights the extraordinary versatility of twentieth-century literature. It was a period during which not simply one or two, but all the major genres flourished. The special merit of this collection is that, unlike a great deal of modern literary criticism, this book treats literature as a humanist project: the writers concern themselves with fundamental truths.
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"... an impressive collection of work, and one that will be appreciated by careful and delighted readers of literature..." - Professor Alastair Henderson, University of Stellenbosch"