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Reading Cormac McCarthy
One of today's most important novelists, Cormac McCarthy is at the peak of a long and productive career. The film adaptation of his No Country for Old Men is a major motion picture, and his fiction is widely read in book clubs. This volume looks at his works, characters, themes, and contexts and relates his writings to current events and popular culture. Chapters include s ...more
Hardcover, 141 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Libraries Unlimited
(first published 2009)
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You've obviously studied his works and written an intensive review. Very good overall. I've read every one of them, too. Unless you can find me a quote from him.or an inside source where he openly denounces Catholicism like Anne Rice who openly spouts off about hipocrisy and the church on twitter, I think you're falling into the trap of exactly the characters he has drawn. In WSJ McCarthy says most days he believes in God. Few people grasp the paradox of a benevolent God creating evil. And that ...more