Image and Theme: Studies in Modern French Fiction: Bernanos, Malraux, Sarraute, Gide, Martin Du Gard
edited by W. M. Frohock
Harvard University Press, 1969
Paper: 978-0-674-44395-2
Library of Congress Classification PQ671.I4
Dewey Decimal Classification 843.91209

These five monographs utilize recent advances in image-study and thematics to explore previously uninvestigated aspects of the works of five important French novelists. Viewed together, the individual monographs present variations on a systematic approach to the close study of French fiction. W.M. Frohock's introduction provides an explication of the relationships among the monographs, describes the basic research method employed, and enlarges upon underlying theoretical assumptions.

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