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Cormac McCarthy: New Directions

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Even before Harold Bloom designated "Blood Meridian" as the Great American Novel, Cormac McCarthy has attracted unprecedented attention as a novelist who is both serious and successful, a rare combination in recent American fiction. Critics have been quick to address McCarthy's indebtedness to southern literature, Christianity, and existential thought, but the essays in ...more
Hardcover, 360 pages
Published April 22nd 2002 by University of New Mexico Press
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