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  • 13 Literature Criticisms

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290 words, approx. 1 pages
Introduction Fowles is a British novelist, short story writer, translator, essayist, and poet. His work is a blend of classical and mythical allusions presented in a modern idiom. The French Lieutenan... Read more
8,304 words, approx. 28 pages
Critical Essay by Magali Cornier Michael SOURCE: "'Who is Sarah?': A Critique of The French Lieutenant's Woman's Feminism," in Critique: Studies in Modern Fic... Read more
952 words, approx. 4 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
5,053 words, approx. 17 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
5,821 words, approx. 20 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
4,353 words, approx. 15 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
1,830 words, approx. 7 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
7,162 words, approx. 24 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
4,341 words, approx. 15 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
6,574 words, approx. 22 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
5,760 words, approx. 20 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
5,706 words, approx. 20 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
8,658 words, approx. 29 pages
Introduction Although he is known primarily as the author of the popular and critically acclaimed novels The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969) and The Maggot (1985), Fowles also wrote a novella ... Read more
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