Titolo: QUEST FOR THE HUMAN AN EXPLORATION OF SAUL ...
Casa editrice: ASSOCIATED UNIVERSITY PRESSES, INC., EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ
Data di pubblicazione: 1981
Legatura: HARD COVER
Condizione libro: VERY GOOD CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: GOOD CONDITION
Edizione: FIRST EDITION.
Tipologia articolo: CRITICISM
287 PAGES.BLUE CLOTH COVERED BOARDS WITH SOME SUN FADING ALONG THE TOP EDGE NEAR THE SPINE. OTHERWISE THE BOOK WOULF BE FINE CONDITION. SMALL TAPE REPAIR OF A TEAR AT THE TOP OF THE DUST JACKET. THE DUST JACKET IS IN A PROTECTIVE MYLAR WRAPPER. CONTAINS A SHORT FIVE PAGE BIBLIOGRAPHY AND AN INDEX. AN ERUDITE EXPLORATION OF SAUL BELLOW'S WORKS TO THAT DATE. A MUST REFERENCE SOURCE FOR THE BELLOW COLLECTOR OR RESEARCHER. Size: 6 1/4" X 9 7/16". Codice inventario libreria 000076
Riassunto: This critical study explores a central thesis -- that Bellow's dominant theme is an onward and upward quest for the human. Eight extended essays provide a detailed and chronologically progressive analysis of Bellow's fiction.
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