A study of the novels of Patrick White : "Man and the individual experience."
She thought of the narrowness of the limits within which a human soul may speak and be understood by its nearest of mental kin, of how soon it reaches that solitary land of the individual experience, in which no fellow footfall is ever heard. (Olive Schreiner). Epigraph to Part One of The Aunt's Story. The title of this study, 'Man and the Individual Experience1, has been taken from the passage quoted above, and the quotation itself serves admirably to suggest the main preoccupations...[Show more]
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