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mirror in the roadway
|Statement||by Frank O"Connor.|
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"This is a book by one of our best and most distinguished critics of American literature."—Norman Mailer, author "Morris Dickstein's A Mirror in the Roadway is refreshing criticism, particularly in its contrast to our current chorus of Resentment. Like Edmund Wilson, his precursor, Dickstein favors realism and reality over theories of theories.
In a famous passage in The Red and the Black, the French writer Stendhal described mirror in the roadway book novel as a mirror being carried along a the twentieth century this was derided as a naïve notion of realism. Instead, modern writers experimented with creative forms of invention and by: A Mirror in the Roadway book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In a famous passage in The Red and the Black, the French writer St /5.
Twenty illuminating essays published over the decades on literature’s elusive, prophetic interpretations of a changing American society.
In his title piece, Dickstein (Distinguished Professor of English/CUNY Graduate Center; Double Agent: The Critic and Society,etc.) explains that the “mirror in the roadway” reflects Stendhal’s metaphor in Le Rouge et le noir that a novel is.
The Mirror In The Roadway; A Study Of The Modern Novel book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(1). In a famous passage in The Red and the Black, the French writer Stendhal described the novel as a mirror being carried along a roadway.
In the twentieth century this was derided as a naïve notion of realism. Instead, modern writers experimented with creative forms of invention and dislocation. Deconstructive theorists went mirror in the roadway book further, questioning whether literature had any real reference to.
A Mirror in the Roadway: Literature and the Real World by Morris Dickstein () Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions3/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii,vi pages 23 cm: Contents: Part I Forerunners --Preliminary --Jane Austen: The Flight from Fancy --Stendhal: The Flight from Reality --Part II The Distorting Mirror --The Second phase --Dickens: The Instrusion of the Audience --Balzac: The Boundaries of Science --Gogol's Shoe --Thackeray: Vanity Fair --Part III.
Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: O'Connor, Frank, Mirror in the roadway.
New York, Knopf, The book takes its title from a phrase in Stendhal’s The Red and the Black, in which a novel is likened to a mirror that reflects the “road” of life.
For the most part, Dickstein assumes that this fictionalization of the real world is a valuable exercise, even one with intrinsic moral value. The mirror in the roadway by Frank O'Connor,Knopf edition, in English - 1st ed.]Pages: the mirror in the roadway by Frank O'Connor ‧ RELEASE DATE: N/A This perceptive and stimulating volume of essays on 19th century novelists originated in lectures given at Harvard's summer school.
This book is substantially a series of lectures delivered at Harvard Summer School in and I have published them because it seems to me that, whatever their faults, they fill a gap and attempt to cover a great art otherwise covered only in sections, as in the little book which I might describe as my inspiration for attempting the subject at all--Lord David Cecil's Early Victorian.
A MIRROR IN THE ROADWAY: Literature and the Real World Morris Dickstein, Author. Princeton Univ. $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book. In a famous passage in The Red and the Black, the French writer Stendhal described the novel as a mirror being carried along a roadway.
In the twentieth century this was derided as a naive notion of realism. Instead, modern writers experimented with creative forms of invention and dislocation. Deconstructive theorists went even further, questioning whether literature had any real reference to. Lee Friedlander, Route 9W, New York State,from the book under discussion Near the end of his book In the Picture: Self-PortraitsLee Friedlander inserts an epigraph he attributes to César Vichard de Saint Réal (): “A novel is a mirror passing down a road.”The source of this quote is another epigraph — the one with which Stendhal begins chapter 13 of The Red.
A Mirror in the Roadway: Literature and the Real World Morris Dickstein Princeton University Press ( ) $ (pp) “Novels mediate between subject and object, the perceiver and the things perceived, the hard facts of the world and. INTRODUCTION: A MIRROR IN THE ROADWAY Once there wasa common assumption that along with everything else that gave meaning to literature—the mastery of language and form, the personal-ity of the author, the moral authority, the degree of originality, the reactions of the reader—hardly anything could be more central to it than the text’s inter-File Size: KB.
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