Some aspects of imagery in the novels of Patrick White
Throughout his novels, Patrick White addresses himself to questions fundamental to human existence and understanding. His stance is prophetic and the mode of his narrative is appropriately poetic. In the formulation and presentation of his images, White unifies the subjects of his fiction and the language in which they are rendered. The potential of discursive prose inherent, or at least traditional in the novel, is revalued in White's creative effort. Essentially his novels are...[Show more]
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