Part III, qThe Terrain of Literature, q features Greene's examination of a variety of literary approaches to literature in an era when the subject needs to be referred as well to cognitive science as more conventional critical modes, even deconstruction, that have long defined it. Additionally, he illuminates important works by writers as various as Jane Austen and Evelyn Waugh. These essays, as well as the book as a whole, are framed here by Greene's assessment of Canadian literature that calls attention to the native terrain that he originally called home and how the latter contributed to the making of one of the most cosmopolitan scholars of his era.q--Jacket.Advance Praise for The Selected Essays of Donald Greene aquot;There were, in fact, at least a dozen Donald Greenes: the ... Literature in 1959 from Michigan State University where he was awarded a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for graduateanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Selected Essays of Donald Greene|
|Author||:||Donald Johnson Greene, John Lawrence Abbott|
|Publisher||:||Bucknell University Press - 2004|