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Title: "Baxter's First Person Narrator: Between Mimetic Representation and Creative Expression"
Authors: Ebtisam Sadiq
Keywords: Experimentation- Perspective- Tension- Chronology- Foreshadowing- Compassion- Judgment
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: King Saud University Research Center
Abstract: This study explores the fictional work of a contemporary American writer, Charles Baxter, in different stages of its evolution with special emphasis on point of view. It highlights his strife for mimetic accuracy and objectivity during the early stages of his career especially in his first person narratives. The study also points out the gradual shift in commitment toward a concept of fiction as a personal and subjective form of expression.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/18164
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