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Mary Higgins Clark: A Critical Companion Hardcover – Oct 24 1995


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  • Hardcover: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Greenwood (Oct. 24 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0313294135
  • ISBN-13: 978-0313294136
  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 1.3 x 23.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 544 g
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"Pelzer does a commendable job exploring the serious themes and deeper issues underlying the surface appeal ot Clark's work...This is a book that has several potential uses. Fans of Clark's novels will enjoy the biographical information on their favorite author and the detailed examinations of the plots and characters in her stories. Students doing literary research on Clark will appreciate having all this data in onw handy source. Librarians involved in readers advisory work will welcome this title as a source of information on understanding the appeal of this perennially popular author...If Clark is popular among your patrons or if you experience lots of literature reports, this is a title to consider."-VOYA

?Pelzer does a commendable job exploring the serious themes and deeper issues underlying the surface appeal ot Clark's work...This is a book that has several potential uses. Fans of Clark's novels will enjoy the biographical information on their favorite author and the detailed examinations of the plots and characters in her stories. Students doing literary research on Clark will appreciate having all this data in onw handy source. Librarians involved in readers advisory work will welcome this title as a source of information on understanding the appeal of this perennially popular author...If Clark is popular among your patrons or if you experience lots of literature reports, this is a title to consider.?-VOYA

.,."Students in high schools and colleges, as well as the public at large, finally have access to scholarly but readable analyses of the best-selling works of popular authors. For school assignments, readers will value the literary analyses of their favorite books, and everyone is sure to appreciate the connections between each author's life and his or her writings. The alternative interpretation(s) of each novel provide an unusual bonus for serious readers."-Donald Gallo Professor of English Southern Connecticut State University

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This study analyzes all of Clark's fiction including her most recent, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, and places her fiction in the context of its genre. For ease of use by the reader, each chapter is devoted to a single novel and is subdivided into sections on narrative strategies (plot, time, and setting), thematic development, character development, and alternative perspectives on the novel. This study helps the reader to understand the deeper and richer aspects of Clark's fiction and to appreciate why her reputation is so well deserved.

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