Roger Zelazny | Critical Essay by Douglas Barbour

This literature criticism consists of approximately 1 page of analysis & critique of Roger Zelazny.
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Critical Essay by Douglas Barbour

If there's one thing Roger Zelazny has always had it's a sense of style. Often that's all he's had, but there's no doubt he made his mark early in the sixties … partly on the basis of it. The Doors of His Face is a collection of short stories from 1963 to 1968, but it's a strange collection to say the least.

Oh, a few of the big ones are here: the now famous title story and the equally famous "A Rose for Ecclesiastes" especially…. Other good stories include "The Keys to December" (a story that owes much to Cordwainer Smith), "The Man Who Loved the Faioli," "This Moment of the Storm," and possibly "This Mortal Mountain" (I must say Zelazny has a knack for good titles) all of which generate a real sense of involvement on the reader's part. The...

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