Mary Gates Brittain

There are 3 included publications by Mary Gates Brittain :

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The nineteenth century wasteland : the void in the works of Byron, Baudelaire, and Melville 1969 589 The theme of the twentieth century "wasteland" began with T. S. Eliot's influential poem, and has reached its present culmination point in the literature of the Absurd. In a wasteland or an Absurd world, man is out of harmony with his universe, with ...
A study of Dilsey Gibson : Faulkner's tragic heroine in The sound and the fury 1967 39 William Faulkner's avowed purpose, in writing, is to tell a story of the human heart in conflict with itself, with others, and with its environment. The primary job that any writer faces, according to Faulkner is to tell a story out of human experien...
"This is no world in which to pity men" : a study of Thomas Heywood as a Jacobean social critic 1978 17 The purpose of this study is to place Thomas Heywood and his works in the mainstream of Jacobean drama rather than in the ebb tide of the Elizabethan. Traditionally, beginning with Lamb in 1808 and continuing to the present, Heywood has been extolled...