Masterplots II: World Fiction Series, Volume 4
Frank Northen Magill
Salem Press, 1987 - Fiction - 1819 pages
Examines the themes, characters, plots, style, and technique of 347 works by authors from the non-English speaking countries of the world, including Poland, France, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Germany, and Russia.
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Seizure of Power TheCzeslaw MUosz
Setting Sun TheOsamu Dazai
Short Letter Long FarewellPeter Handke
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acters Ah Q Ahasuerus artist Basini beauty becomes begins century child Claude Simon Critical Context daughter death Dino Buzzati Donissan dreams Drogo Endo English translation father feels fiction finally finds Further Study Georges Simenon German Globov Hadji Handke human individual Isaac Bashevis Singer Japan Japanese Jean Jewish Jews Johannes Kawabata Komako Lagerkvist Lao Ts'an literary literature lives Louis lover Lucien Mitani Mizoguchi mother Muhtar murder narrative narrator narrator's night novel novelist Peter Handke Principal characters prison protagonist published Queneau Rajka reader realism reality realizes relationship Russian Sanin Schaumann seems sense sexual Shimamura Shklovsky Shridaman Shusaku Endo Siddhartha Simenon Sinyavsky Sinyavsky's social Socialist Realism society Sources for Further Soviet story Sutter's Gold symbol takes Themes and Meanings tion Tobias Torless Torrents of Spring Type of plot Tzili Viktor Shklovsky village West Berlin wife woman women writer xala young Zazie