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Kevin McCarron
History & Criticism
Continuum International Publishing Group - Sheffie (February 1, 1995)
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Coincidence of Opposites book. The principal assertion of The Coincidence of Opposites is that all of William Golding's later fiction (from Darkness Visible to Fire Down Below) moves towards a state of synthesis, a denial of distinctions, which the author achieves through the reconciliation of ostensibly antithetical positions.

Sheffield Academic Press, 1995 - 206 sayfa. Throughout this sequence of novels it is consistently implied that apparently intractable polarities have no genuine a priori existence.

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The coincidence of opposites. William Golding's later fiction. William Golding (1911-). Published 1995 by Sheffield Academic Press in Sheffield, England.

Although William Golding (1911–93) was a Nobel Laureate, even . Cite this chapter as: McCarron K. (2007) From Psychology to Ontology: William Golding’s Later Fiction.

Although William Golding (1911–93) was a Nobel Laureate, even many highly literate people associate him only with Lord of the Flies and, possibly, Rites of Passage. In: MacKay . Stonebridge L. (eds) British Fiction After Modernism. Palgrave Macmillan, London. 1057/9780230801394 15.

Kevin McCarron Roehamptom University. In decadent phases, the tattoo became associated with the criminal-literally the outlaw-and the power of the tattoo became intertwined with the power of those who chose to live. beyond the norms of society.

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Kevin McCarron is Reader in American literature at Roehampton University, London, U.

Kevin McCarron is Reader in American literature at Roehampton University, London, UK. He has published numerous articles in scholarly journals and has contributed chapters to nearly fifty books on subjects including tattooing, cyberpunk, popular music, horror fiction, dystopian literature, drug addiction, alcoholism, and blasphemy.

1994) A non fiction book by Kevin McCarron. Drawing upon the mast recent thinking in English studies, each book considers biographical material, examines recent criticism, includes a detailed bibliography, and offers a concise but challenging reappraisal of a writer's major work.

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