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human life and society is the same whether we are concerned with things of the
past or things of the present ” ; a corollary ... of individual human lives will be
shaped by larger forces which transcend the concerns of the psychological
Yet , Malloy has the mature vision of O ' Hara at fifty - five , and his perspective on
the characters ' lives is that of a concerned friend rather than an impressionable
young man . Malloy , like O ' Hara , is a shrewd observer of human nature , one ...
The “ concern ” of the title is a Quaker concept , denoting an overwhelming sense
of mission . Abraham Lockwood , in the late nineteenth century , has secularized
this religious concept and translated it into a vision of generations of ...
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Critical survey of long fictionNutzerbericht - Not Available - Book Verdict
An updated and expanded version of the 1991 "English Language" series and the 1984 "Foreign Language" series of the publisher's "Critical Survey of Long Fiction" series, this eight-volume work covers ... Vollständige Rezension lesen