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Author Muratore, Mary Jo,
Title Exiles, outcasts, strangers : icons of marginalization in post World War II narrative / Mary Jo Muratore.
Imprint New York, New York ; London [England] : Continuum, 2011.
©2011

Author Muratore, Mary Jo,
Subject Marginality, Social, in literature.
Fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Exiles in literature.
Strangers in literature.
Alienation (Social psychology) in literature.
Victims of crimes in literature.
Minorities in literature.
Description 1 online resource (210 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summary Exiles, Outcasts, Strangers explores how nine different ""outsider"" authors treat the theme of alienation in one of their major works. All the novels under review were written in a limited time span (1942 to 1987, approximately 50 years), and all are structured around a hero or heroine who remains culturally, ethically or aesthetically distant from his/her narrative counterparts. Works discussed: Albert Camus'' L''Etranger; Richard Wright''s The Outsider; André Langevin''s Poussière sur la ville; Ernesto Sábato''s El túnel; V.S. Naipaul''s Guerrillas; Elie Wiesel''s Le Cinquième fils; Norbe.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781441170057 (electronic bk.)
1441170057 (electronic bk.)
9781623563547
OCLC # 880459191
Additional Format Print version: Muratore, Mary Jo. Exiles, outcasts, strangers : icons of marginalization in post World War II narrative. New York, New York ; London, [England] : Continuum, ©2011 xvi, 194 pages 9781623563547


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