An aesthetic perspective on the short fiction of Chekhov, Joyce, Hemingway, OConnor, and Carverthat they make up a little trilogy (to borrow the term applied to a group of interconnected Chekhov stories) that is Joycea#39;s ... as child a for example, Wordswortha#39;s two- part Prelude (1799) and Whitmana#39;s aquot;There Was a Child Went Forthaquot; (1855). ... But all four treatments of the subject, whether in prose or verse, bear similar witness to a dictum of the narrator of one of ... Joyce greatly changed the opening paragraph, including the addition of the sentences containing the words paralysis, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Realist Short Story of the Powerful Glimpse|
|Publisher||:||Univ of South Carolina Press - 2007|