An other I: the fictions of Clark Blaise

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ECW Press, 1988 - Literary Criticism - 243 pages
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This is the first full-length study of the short stories and novels by Clark Blaise. It follows his development as a deeply self-conscious writer who becomes involved in the dualities of the world around him—dualities that are reflected in the structure of his fiction and in the narrative strategies he employs to convey an image of himself. Lecker frames his discussion with an opening chapter that provides a detailed discussion of Blaise's aesthetic stance. Subsequent chapters focus on Blaise's first two short-story collections and on readings of Blaise's two novels. The study includes an original chronology by Clark Blaise, which provides a creative rendering of the important dates and turning points in his life and literary career.

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Contents

Preface
9
Days and Nights in Calcutta
88
Lusts
136
Copyright

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Robert Lecker teaches English at McGill University.

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