Violence in the Contemporary American Novel: An End to Innocence
James R. Giles (Author)
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DescriptionA study of violence in eight contemporary American urban novels, including William Kennedy's Quinn's Book. James R. Giles shows how these works, published between 1968 and 1994, convey a sense of violence as an epidemic, threatening to extinguish the aspirations of American citizens.
University of South Carolina Press
1 May 2000
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