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Puritan Allegory in Four Modern Novels

Thought 44 (3):413-432 (1969)
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The use or Puritan allegory is what lifts "The Last Hurrah," "By Love Possessed," "Invisible Man," and "Herzog" to the level of serious and lasting importance
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