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Antagonist characters in the early gothic novel: a matter of political anxiety?
(Doğuş Üniversitesi, 2001-01-15)
During the eighteenth-century, the antagonist, previously the second most important character in a story, becomes, first in Richardson's Clarissa, and then under Gothic influence, the main character in the novel. This ...
Postmodern world, postmodern relationships: the artist and society relationship in Barthelme’s fiction
(Doğuş Üniversitesi, 2000-07-15)
In this article, postmodern American fictionist Donald Barthelme's three short stories The Glass Mountain, The Balloon, and Daumier are analysed in terms of the artist and society relationship in today's mass society where ...