Self and Community in the Fiction of Elizabeth Spencer

Self and Community in the Fiction of Elizabeth Spencer

eBook - 1994
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An introduction to the work of contemporary American novelist Spencer, emphasizing the role of community. Shows how her early novels in the 1950s are set in close communities in her native Mississippi, how those of the 1960s delve into alienation from community in Italy, and how those of the 1970s examine more complex social communities marked by modern anxieties and dislocations. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Publisher: Baton Rouge, La. : Louisiana State University Press, [1994], ©1994
ISBN: 9780585321066
Branch Call Number: 813.54 Ro
Description: 1 online resource (141 pages)
Additional Contributors: EBSCOhost (Online service)

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