Analysis of John Barth's Weltanschauung: His View of Life and Literature
|Author: ||Glaser-Wohrer, Evelyn|
Examines the gradual development of Barth's philosophical concepts from Nihilism and Existentialism to his Tragic View of Life, his treatment of ethical questions, the problems of right conduct, and heroic activity. Based not only on the work itself but on two lengthy interviews with John Barth himself.
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