Cormac McCarthy: All the Pretty Horses, No Country for Old Men, The Road

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Sara Spurgeon
A&C Black, Aug 4, 2011 - Literary Criticism - 214 pages
Table of contents - Series Editor's Introduction; Introduction, Sara L. Spurgeon; Part I- All the Pretty Horses (1991); Introduction, Sara L. Spurgeon; 1. 'This is Another Country'- The Complex Feminine Presence in All the Pretty Horses, Linda Woodson; 2. Hang and Rattle- John Grady Cole's Horsebreaking in Typescript, Novel, and Film, Stacey Peebles; 3. McCarthy's Multitude(s)- All the Pretty Horses and Los Hombres del País, Andrew Husband; Part II- No Country for Old Men (2005); Introduction, Sara L. Spurgeon; 4. 'Mercantile Ethics'- No Country for Old Men and the Narcocorrido, Stephen Tatum; 5. 'Do you see?' Elliptic Levels in No Country for Old Men, Jay Ellis; 6. Evil, Mood, and Reflection in the Coen Brothers' No Country for Old Men, Dan Flory; Part III- The Road (2006); Introduction, Sara L. Spurgeon; 7. 'Everything uncoupled from its shoring'- Quandaries of Epistemology and Ethics in The Road, Donovan Gwinner; 8. 'Barren, silent, godless'- Ecodisaster and the Post-Abundant Landscape in The Road, Susan Kollin; 9. He Ought Not Have Done It- McCarthy and Apocalypse, Dana Phillips; Further Reading; Works Cited; Notes on Contributors; Index.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
All the Pretty Horses 1991
23
No Country for Old Men 2005
75
The Road 2006
135
Notes
189
Works Cited
190
Further Reading
201
Notes on Contributors
206
Index
209
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Sara L. Spurgeon is Assistant Professor of Literatures of the American Southwest, Texas Tech University, USA.

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