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Morality in Cormac McCarthy's Fiction : Souls at Hazard.

By: Hillier, Russell M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (320 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319469577.Subject(s): Ethics in literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Morality in Cormac McCarthy's Fiction : Souls at HazardDDC classification: 809 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Morality in Cormac McCarthy's Fiction -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- Notes -- 2 "Give the Devil His Due": Judge Holden's Design in Blood Meridian -- Notes -- 3 "Antic Clay"?: The Competing Ethical Appeals of Blood Meridian -- Notes -- 4 "A Knowing Deep in the Bone": Cowboy Stoicism and Tragic Heroism in All the Pretty Horses -- 4.1 John Grady's Constancy and the Idea of Fellowship -- 4.2 John Grady in Paradise -- 4.3 John Grady in Adversity -- 4.4 John Grady After All -- Notes -- 5 "Like Some Supplicant to the Darkness Over Them All": The Good of John Grady Cole in Cities of the Plain -- Notes -- 6 "Nothing is Crueler Than a Coward": No Country for Old Men and The Counselor as Tragic Fables of the Contemporary Southwest -- 6.1 Squandered Worlds in No Country for Old Men -- 6.1.1 Llewellyn Moss-"A Big Time Desperado" -- 6.1.2 Anton Chigurh-"The Invincible Mr. Chigurh" -- 6.1.3 Sheriff Ed Tom Bell-"A Man of This Time" -- 6.2 Riding the Hellbound Train in The Counselor -- 6.3 Conclusion -- Notes -- 7 Coda-The Good of Story in The Road -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Morality in Cormac McCarthy's Fiction -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- Notes -- 2 "Give the Devil His Due": Judge Holden's Design in Blood Meridian -- Notes -- 3 "Antic Clay"?: The Competing Ethical Appeals of Blood Meridian -- Notes -- 4 "A Knowing Deep in the Bone": Cowboy Stoicism and Tragic Heroism in All the Pretty Horses -- 4.1 John Grady's Constancy and the Idea of Fellowship -- 4.2 John Grady in Paradise -- 4.3 John Grady in Adversity -- 4.4 John Grady After All -- Notes -- 5 "Like Some Supplicant to the Darkness Over Them All": The Good of John Grady Cole in Cities of the Plain -- Notes -- 6 "Nothing is Crueler Than a Coward": No Country for Old Men and The Counselor as Tragic Fables of the Contemporary Southwest -- 6.1 Squandered Worlds in No Country for Old Men -- 6.1.1 Llewellyn Moss-"A Big Time Desperado" -- 6.1.2 Anton Chigurh-"The Invincible Mr. Chigurh" -- 6.1.3 Sheriff Ed Tom Bell-"A Man of This Time" -- 6.2 Riding the Hellbound Train in The Counselor -- 6.3 Conclusion -- Notes -- 7 Coda-The Good of Story in The Road -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.

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Russell M. Hillier is Associate Professor of English at Providence College, Rhode Island, USA. He is the author of Milton's Messiah (2011) and has published numerous scholarly articles on William Shakespeare, John Milton, John Donne, George Herbert, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, John Keats, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Cormac McCarthy.<br> <br>

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