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The Resource Cormac McCarthy : All the pretty horses, No country for old men, The road, edited by Sara L. Spurgeon

Cormac McCarthy : All the pretty horses, No country for old men, The road, edited by Sara L. Spurgeon

Label
Cormac McCarthy : All the pretty horses, No country for old men, The road
Title
Cormac McCarthy
Title remainder
All the pretty horses, No country for old men, The road
Statement of responsibility
edited by Sara L. Spurgeon
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This collection of new critical perspectives on three of Cormac McCarthy's most widely-studied novels provides a wide-ranging introduction to the different interpretations of his work. Introductions to each set of essays encourage readers to see connections and contrasts between different approaches
Member of
Cataloging source
QCL
Dewey number
813.54
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Continuum studies in contemporary North American fiction
Label
Cormac McCarthy : All the pretty horses, No country for old men, The road, edited by Sara L. Spurgeon
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [190]-205) and index
Contents
  • Stacey Peebles
  • McCarthy's multitude(s) :
  • All the pretty horses and los hombres del país
  • Andrew Husband
  • pt. II. No country for old men (2005).
  • "Mercantile ethics" :
  • No country for old men and the narcocoriddo
  • Stephen Tatum
  • "Do you see?" : levels of ellipsis in No country for old men
  • Jay Ellis
  • Introduction
  • Evil, mood, and reflection in the Coen brothers' No country for old men
  • Dan Flory
  • pt. III. The road (2006).
  • "Everything uncoupled from its shoring" :
  • quandaries of epistemology and ethics in The road
  • Donovan Gwinner
  • "Barren, silent, godless" :
  • ecodisaster and the post-abundant landscape in The road
  • Susan Kollin
  • "He ought not have done it" :
  • Sara L. Spurgeon
  • McCarthy and apocalypse
  • Dana Phillips
  • pt. I. All the pretty horses (1991).
  • "This is another country" :
  • the complex feminine presence in All the pretty horses
  • Linda Woodson
  • Hang and rattle :
  • John Grady Cole's horsebreaking in typescript, novel, and film
  • Introduction / Sara L. Spurgeon -- pt. I. All the pretty horses (1991). "This is another country" : the complex feminine presence in All the pretty horses / Linda Woodson ; Hang and rattle : John Grady Cole's horsebreaking in typescript, novel, and film / Stacey Peebles ; McCarthy's multitude(s) : All the pretty horses and los hombres del país / Andrew Husband -- pt. II. No country for old men (2005). "Mercantile ethics" : No country for old men and the narcocoriddo / Stephen Tatum ; "Do you see?" : levels of ellipsis in No country for old men / Jay Ellis ; Evil, mood, and reflection in the Coen brothers' No country for old men / Dan Flory -- pt. III. The road (2006). "Everything uncoupled from its shoring" : quandaries of epistemology and ethics in The road / Donovan Gwinner ; "Barren, silent, godless" : ecodisaster and the post-abundant landscape in The road / Susan Kollin ; "He ought not have done it" : McCarthy and apocalypse / Dana Phillips
Control code
733239201
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
viii, 214 p.
Isbn
9780826432216
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Note
Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Purchased. Paperbound.
System control number
(OCoLC)733239201
Label
Cormac McCarthy : All the pretty horses, No country for old men, The road, edited by Sara L. Spurgeon
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [190]-205) and index
Contents
  • Stacey Peebles
  • McCarthy's multitude(s) :
  • All the pretty horses and los hombres del país
  • Andrew Husband
  • pt. II. No country for old men (2005).
  • "Mercantile ethics" :
  • No country for old men and the narcocoriddo
  • Stephen Tatum
  • "Do you see?" : levels of ellipsis in No country for old men
  • Jay Ellis
  • Introduction
  • Evil, mood, and reflection in the Coen brothers' No country for old men
  • Dan Flory
  • pt. III. The road (2006).
  • "Everything uncoupled from its shoring" :
  • quandaries of epistemology and ethics in The road
  • Donovan Gwinner
  • "Barren, silent, godless" :
  • ecodisaster and the post-abundant landscape in The road
  • Susan Kollin
  • "He ought not have done it" :
  • Sara L. Spurgeon
  • McCarthy and apocalypse
  • Dana Phillips
  • pt. I. All the pretty horses (1991).
  • "This is another country" :
  • the complex feminine presence in All the pretty horses
  • Linda Woodson
  • Hang and rattle :
  • John Grady Cole's horsebreaking in typescript, novel, and film
  • Introduction / Sara L. Spurgeon -- pt. I. All the pretty horses (1991). "This is another country" : the complex feminine presence in All the pretty horses / Linda Woodson ; Hang and rattle : John Grady Cole's horsebreaking in typescript, novel, and film / Stacey Peebles ; McCarthy's multitude(s) : All the pretty horses and los hombres del país / Andrew Husband -- pt. II. No country for old men (2005). "Mercantile ethics" : No country for old men and the narcocoriddo / Stephen Tatum ; "Do you see?" : levels of ellipsis in No country for old men / Jay Ellis ; Evil, mood, and reflection in the Coen brothers' No country for old men / Dan Flory -- pt. III. The road (2006). "Everything uncoupled from its shoring" : quandaries of epistemology and ethics in The road / Donovan Gwinner ; "Barren, silent, godless" : ecodisaster and the post-abundant landscape in The road / Susan Kollin ; "He ought not have done it" : McCarthy and apocalypse / Dana Phillips
Control code
733239201
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
viii, 214 p.
Isbn
9780826432216
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Note
Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Purchased. Paperbound.
System control number
(OCoLC)733239201

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