Mysticism in the Mid-Century Novel

Palgrave-Macmillan (2012)
Introduction : the middle is everywhere -- Towards an ideal limit : linguistic authority in the work of Iris Murdoch -- From apophasis to aporia : William Golding and the indescribable -- Verbal sludge : the ethics of instability in Patrick White's prose -- Bliss from bricks : Saul Bellow's moral phenomenology -- Conclusion: drawing circles in the sea : un-defining the 'mystical novelist' -- Endnotes.
Keywords Mysticism in literature  English fiction History and criticism  Australian fiction History and criticism  American fiction History and criticism  Philosophy in literature  Ethics in literature
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Call number PR888.M93.C54 2012
ISBN(s) 9780230303546
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