This is the first book to examine the work of Austin Clarke (1896-1974) in the light of modern critical and theoretical perspectives. Clarke was one of Ireland's major writers whose career was devoted as much to fiction, drama and autobiography as to poetry.
Kit Fryatt assesses Clarke's work in its entirety but focuses on key works which reveal how resourcefully Clarke explored themes such as the coherence of the personality, the inner lives of women and the roots of repression.
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Fryatt, K. 2020. Austin Clarke. Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.57132/book12
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Published on Dec. 30, 2020