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Conrad's Fiction as Critical Discourse

ookName:Conrad\'s Fiction as Critical Discourse
Author:Richard Ambrosini
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Joseph Conrad's comments abo

編號:1176550出版時間:1991格式:pdf

出版社:Cambridge University Press作者:Richard Ambrosini

熱度:頁數:268ISBN:0521403499,9780521403498

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    BookName:Conrad's Fiction as Critical Discourse
    Author:Richard Ambrosini
    Publisher:Cambridge University Press
    Joseph Conrad's comments about the interpretation of his works have until now been dismissed as theoretically unsophisticated, while the critical notions of James, Woolf, and Joyce have come to shape our understanding of the modern novel. Richard Ambrosini's study of Conrad's fiction as critical discourse makes an original claim for the importance of his theoretical ideas as they are formed and tested in the novels themselves. Setting Conrad's comments in this context of transformations in his narrative forms, Ambrosini defines Conrad's view of fiction and the artistic ideal underlying his commitment as a writer in a new and challenging way. Conrad's innovative techniques as a novelist are shown in the continuity of his theoretical enterprise, from the early search for an artistic prose and a personal novel form, to the later dislocations of perspective achieved by manipulation of conventions drawn from popular fiction. This reassessment of Conrad's critical thought offers a new perspective on the transition from the Victorian novel to contemporary fiction.

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