Self-Consciousness In Modern British Fiction

Published: 30 January 2013
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Using a cognitive approach to literature, this book uncovers representations of self-consciousness in selected modern British novels, exposing it as complicating character development. Miller provides new readings of works by Conrad, Joyce, and D.H. Lawrence to demonstrate the emergence of a self who feels split from the world.
Published: 30 January 2013

Country of Origin : United Kingdom
Number Of Pages : 256
Year of Publication : 2013

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Catalogue No: 0230337562