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Stephen L. Tanner is a professor of English at Brigham Young University.
Light From the East, Moll and Mouse
The Malec of violence, the Beelzebub of treachery, the Belial of lying flatteries, the Mammon of gold, the Mephistopheles of skepticism, and others of the Stygian Council escaped through the open gates of hell.
Under the guise of serious literary treatment of the social-political problems of her country, she indulges her appetite for faddish philosophical- aesthetic playfulness. It is not a successful mix.
Returning to Brazil for five months as a Senior Fulbright Lecturer after an absence of seven years, I expected to see considerable change.
John W. Aldridge: The American Novel and the Way We Live Now; Oxford University Press; New York.
John Gardner: On Becoming A Novelist; Harper & Row; New York.
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