This book compares the spiritual perspectives of Miguel de Unamuno as defined in his expository writings with those of Graham Greene as implied in his major fiction. It begins with a comparison between Greene`s experiences and both Unamuno`s early experiences and the spiritual world portrayed in his three major prose works. Then, as the moral consciousness of the protagonists in Greene`s six religious novels, including Monsignor Quixote, is analyzed, their moral struggles are compared with those presented in Unamuno`s prose works. The book shows that Greene and Unamuno are remarkably alike in the way their minds and emotions function, and that Greene`s own hint about Unamuno`s influence on himself is critically acceptable. This throws a new light on Greene`s fictional world.
Taal / Language : English
226 x 155 x 15 mm
Levertijd: 5 tot 11 werkdagen
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