Unbodied Hope: Narcissism and the Modern Novel
Bucknell University Press, 1984 - 223 頁
This book explores two froms of narcissism -- Apollonian and Dionysian -- in an attempt to illuminate the theology of the self and attendant questions of identity which have concerned a wide range of novelists. Works by Flaubert, Chopin, Conrad, Ford, Fitzgerald, Durrell, Gide, Mann, and Hawkes are examined.
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