A comprehensive examination of the fiction and poetry of Raymond Carver.(36) According to Fontana, aquot;for Carver insomnia . . . brings one to epiphanies, moments of painful revelation. ... cliff, wires attached to aquot;a damaged street lampaquot; casting aquot;shadowsaquot; a setting creates a foreboding background, ... hall that Jack and Edith Packer enter with its aquot;photographs of fishing boars and naval vessels, one showing a boat that had turned over, a man standing on the keel and waving aquot; (69).
|Title||:||Technique and Sensibility in the Fiction and Poetry of Raymond Carver|
|Author||:||Arthur F. Bethea|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-04-03|