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The Novelist as Philosopher Studies in French Fiction, 1935-1960 by John Cruickshank

The Novelist as Philosopher Studies in French Fiction, 1935-1960

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The Novelist as Philosopher Studies in French Fiction, 1935-1960 by John Cruickshank


?Despite the complexity of many of these authors discussed, each of the examinations, in its own way, is remarkably lucid and readable....All in all, this collection makes for intelligent reading.?-Virginia Quarterly Review

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Publication date

28th June 1978


John Cruickshank

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Greenwood Press an imprint of ABC-CLIO


257 pages


Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers
Literary studies: from c 1900 -



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