|Title:||The Image in the Modern French Novel: Gide, Alain-Fournier, Proust, Camus|
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|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Praeger (May 9, 1977)|
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General Note: Reprint of the 1963 ed. published by B. Blackwell, Oxford. General Note: Includes index. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The image in the modern French novel : Gide, Alain-Fournier, Proust, Camus, by Stephen Ullmann.
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This book, though entirely self-contained, is a sequel to my Style in the French Novel, published in 1967 by the Cambridge University Press. In that work I examined various aspects of French prose style, starting from some external features of vocabulary and advancing, through syntax, towards imagery which lies at the very heart of the stylistic system. The present studies take up once again the problem of the image, but explore it in greater depth and over a wider field
Critical and Historical Studies in Literature, Medieval through Contemporary. Volume 60, Number 3 Fe. 1963.
This book examines various aspects of the style of French novelists from Flaubert to Giono; it started with external features of vocabulary, and progressed through the effects of syntax towards imagery. This companion study takes up the exploration of the image in greater depth and over a greater range. Once again Professor Ullmann has been careful to relate his study of detail to the context of the whole literary work; but now each novel studied is treated as a stylistic universe in its own right
No current Talk conversations about this book. Book by Blackwell, Basil. Library descriptions. Once again Professor Ullmann has been careful to relate his study of detail to the context of the whole literary work; but now each novel studied is treated as a stylistic universe in its own right. I The development of Gide's imagery.