By James R. Aubrey
John Fowles, top referred to as the writer of The French Lieutenant's Woman, has additionally written a variety of different works--fiction in addition to nonfiction. This particular reference booklet by means of James R. Aubrey lists all of Fowles's writings for the 1st time. It additionally offers an in depth biography, feedback of his paintings from the viewpoint of varied disciplines, explanatory notes, a census of characters, and a accomplished bibliography.
Aubrey starts with a biography of Fowles, in keeping with info from his writings, released and private interviews, and correspondence. This part additionally comprises numerous images. the following part discusses Fowles's lesser-known nonfiction paintings via genre--philosophy, autobiography, biography, translations, e-book studies, literary and visual-art feedback, heritage, and social observation. Aubrey then pulls jointly the fiction of John Fowles within the order it used to be released. for every novel or brief tale Aubrey offers an outline of the conditions and technique of composition, summarization, dialogue of its public reception, and reviews of the movie, tv, or degree variations. serious techniques to Fowles's fiction are lined subsequent: biographical, mental, post-structuralist, historicist, feminist, reader-response, and formalist. The notes, census of characters, and wide bibliography entire this reference significant other. Aubrey's publication may be priceless for these learning Fowles and his paintings, and may be an exceptional addition to public and educational libraries.