Mark Twain's Ethical Realism: The Aesthetics of Race, Class and Gender

Mark Twain's Ethical Realism: The Aesthetics of Race, Class and Gender

By: Joe B. Fulton (author)Hardback

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Mark Twain's Ethical Realism is the only work that looks specifically at how Twain blends ethical and aesthetic concerns in the act of composing his novels. Fulton conducts a spirited discussion regarding these concepts, and his explanation of how they relate to Twain's writing helps to clarify the complexities of his creative genius.

About Author

Joe B. Fulton is Assistant Professor of English at Dalton College in Georgia.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780826211446
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 192
  • ID: 9780826211446
  • ISBN10: 0826211445

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