Raymond Carver's personal story as a writer became publicly known through an unuAssuAsally intense coAsopAseAsAsration with his literary agent Gordon Lish. Carveras career can be viewed as the story of a fight for the control of his writerly voice in which he is doomed to fail due to the heterogeneity characterizing the geAsnesis of his works. The paralAsAsAsAsAsAsAsAslel verAsAsAsAssions of the same stories in the Carver canon not only pose a threat to any attempt of a simAsplistic evaluation of his liAsteAsAsrAsary legacy but also raise quAsesAstions about the authority of the wriAster. The auAsthor of the present book considers the choices Carver, Lish and other editors made part of the collective social act of manufacturAsing and atAsAsAsAstempts to carry out a neutral analAsAsAsysis of the various versions.and this shows how a change for the better in Raymond Carvera#39;s life led to the same in [. ...  In his comparison of aThe Batha and aA Small, Good Thing, a Stull asserts that biblical allusions in the revision combine ainto an understated allegoryanbsp;...
|Title||:||Paradigms of Authority in the Carver Canon|
|Publisher||:||JATEPress Kiadó - 2015-04-16|