Robertson Davies: A Mingling of Contrarieties

University of Ottawa Press, 2001 - 178 páginas

This collective assessment of the achievement of Robertson Davies addresses the basic problems in reading his artfulness, as a moralist committed to the practice of doubling, disguise, irony and paradox, of dwelling in "gaps" or spaces "in between" The essays present new insights on a broad range of topics in Davies' oeuvre and was the first conference devoted to Davies' work since his death in 1995.


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Davies Tristramgistus
Perspectives on the Masks of Robertson Davies
The Humour of Robertson Davies
Shadows of Determinism in the Salterton Novels
Robertson Davies and Shamanstvo
The Leaven of Wine and Spirits in the Fiction of Robertson Davies
Postmodern Elements in the Plays of Robertson Davies
Doubling in World of Wonders
Hermeneutics Artifice and Authenticity in Robertson Davies Whats Bred in the Bone
The Myth and Magic of a Textual Truth andor a Metaphorical Reading of The Deptford Trilogy
Questioning Contradictions and Ethics in The Cornish Triptych
Medical Consultation for Murther and Walking Spirits and The Cunning Man
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Página 1 - To see her beauties no man needs to stoop, She has the whole horizon for her hoop. 4. The ANTITHESIS, or SEE-SAW,! whereby contraries and oppositions are balanced in such a way, as to cause a reader to remain suspended between them, to his exceeding delight and recreation. Such are these on a lady, who made herself appear out of size, by hiding a young princess under her clothes : — While the kind nymph, changing her faultless shape, Becomes unhandsome, handsomely to 'scape.

Sobre el autor (2001)

Linda Morra recently completed a SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship at the University of British Columbia.

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