Cormac McCarthy : new directions /

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Lilley, James D. 1971-
Format: Book
Published: Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, c2002.
Edition:1st ed.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: "There was map enough for men to read": storytelling, the Border trilogy, and New directions / James D. Lilley
  • History and the ugly facts of Blood meridian / Dana Phillips
  • The lay of the land in Cormac McCarthy's Appalachia / K. Wesley Berry
  • The sacred hunter and the eucharist of the wilderness: mythic reconstructions in Blood meridian / Sara Spurgeon
  • History, bloodshed, and the spectacle of American identity in Blood meridian / Adam Parkes
  • Abjection and "the feminine" in Outer dark / Ann Fisher-Wirth
  • All the pretty Mexicos: Cormac McCarthy's Mexican representations / Daniel Cooper Alarcón
  • "Blood is blood": All the pretty horses in the multicultural literature class / Timothy P. Caron
  • The cave of oblivion: platonic mythology in Child of God / Dianne C. Luce
  • From Beowulf to Blood meridian: Cormac McCarthy's demystification of the martial code / Rick Wallach
  • McCarthy and the sacred: a reading of The crossing / Edwin T. Arnold
  • "See the child": the melancholy subtext of Blood meridian / George Guillemin
  • Leaving the dark night of the lie: a Kristevan reading of Cormac McCarthy's border fiction / Linda Townley Woodson
  • "Hallucinated recollections": narrative as spatialized perception of history in The orchard keeper / Matthew R. Horton
  • Cormac McCarthy's sense of an ending: serialized narrative and revision in Cities of the plain / Robert L. Jarrett.