A Rhetorical Analysis of Under the Volcano: Malcolm Lowry's Design Governing Postures
This is a rhetorical exploration of Malcolm Lowry's novel Under the Volcano, which seeks to elucidate the techniques that Lowry employed to amplify the fragmentation of the Consul and his world. It offers a critical examination of the book, on a chapter-by-chapter basis, for its techniques, themes and sources. This study seeks to provide a synthesis of what has been thought and said about the novel. It also contains a comprehensive bibliography of other critical studies of Under the Volcano (including book reviews).
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