The Tale Bearers: Literary Essays
The noted critic and writer offers lucid appreciations of such writers as Conrad, Forster, Greens, Wilson, Bellow, O'Connor, Lady Murasaki, and Flann O'Brien, illuminating the relation between their lives and works.
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