Presents criticism on the major literary figures and nonfiction writers, including novelists, poets, playwrights, and literary theorists from 1900-1999 with every fourth volume covering major literary movements and trends.By dropping Abby from act 4, Miller emphasizes character over plot and avoids diminishing Proctora#39;s guilt by magnifying Abbya#39;s in the ... aquot;dependent upon recognizing and acceptingaquot; his own aquot;humannessaquot; ([aquot;History and other Spectres in Arthur Millera#39;s The Crucibleaquot;] 547). ... When Meg warns, aquot;if you elect to suffer for it, you elect yourself a hero, aquot; More answers assuredly, aquot;. . . we must stand fast 34 BOLTanbsp;...
|Title||:||Twentieth-Century Literatary Criticism|
|Author||:||Thomas J. Schoenberg, Lawrence J. Trudeau|
|Publisher||:||Gale Cengage - 2006|