Four Contemporary Novels: Angus Wilson, Brian Moore, John Fowles, V.S. Naipaul
Four Contemporary Novelists offer accounts of the fiction of Angus Wilson, Brian Moore, John Fowles, and V. S. Naipaul. The author has charted the development of each writer; identified dominant themes, controlling techniques, and informing sensibility; explained what each has tried to accomplish and compare theory to practice; provided an appropriate context for appreciation and evaluation of all parts of each canon; and made qualitative discriminations.
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Anglo-Saxon Attitudes Angus Wilson Aristos artist attempt becomes begins Biswas Bobby Brendan Brian Moore Catholic central characters characterization Clegg Collector comes concerns Conchis Conchis’s contemporary creative critical Daniel Martin David described difﬁculty Ebony Tower emotional English Novel evil fantasies father Feast of Lupercal feel Fergus ﬁction ﬁctional ﬁgure ﬁlm ﬁnal ﬁnally ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁrst person Fowles’s French Lieutenant’s Woman Ginger Graham Greene Guerrillas House human imagination Jamie Jane John Fowles Judith Hearne Late Call Laughing Matter literary lives London Magic Magus Mary Dunne Middle Passage Mimic Mimic Men Miranda Moore’s moral mother mystery narrative novelist novella obsessive one’s past present psychological reader reality realize reﬂects relationship Review Salim Sarah scene seems self-conscious sense sensibility sexual Singh social society story thematic theme thing title character Trinidad Urfe Urfe’s V.S. Naipaul Victorian Collection vision Wilson’s writing young