Doris Lessing | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Katherine Fishburn

This literature criticism consists of approximately 30 pages of analysis & critique of Doris Lessing.
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Critical Essay by Katherine Fishburn

SOURCE: "Wor(l)ds within Words: Doris Lessing as Meta-Fictionist and Meta-Physician," in Studies in the Novel, Vol. 20, No. 2, Summer, 1988, pp. 186-205.

In the following essay, Fishburn contends that Lessing's novels are highly complex, subtly self-conscious "metafictions" and that "Lessing has never truly been the realist (we) critics thought her … [she only masqueraded as one."]

—A book which does not contain its counter-book is considered incomplete.

                                Jorge Luis Borges...

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