Kate O'Brien and the Fiction of Identity: Sex, Art and Politics in Mary Lavelle and Other Writings
"a fascinating portrait of O'Brien...Mentxaka's exemplary scholarship and persuasive insights will contribute to the ongoing and much needed reappraisal of O'Brien within Irish literary history and cultural studies more broadly"--English Studies.
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[The Moral of the Story: Literature and Public Ethics] (By: Henry T. Edmondson) [published: September, 2000]
Classical Selections on Great Issues: Vol. 5: Society and Solitude (Lynchburg College Symposium Readings ; V 5)