Contextualizing Cormac McCarthy's Border trilogy: an annotative approach

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Title: Contextualizing Cormac McCarthy's Border trilogy: an annotative approach
Author: Bell, James Luther
Abstract: This dissertation , Contextualizing Cormac McCarthy's Border Trilogy : An Annotative Approach , attempts to delineate and amplify the details of McCarthy's three most recent Western novels and serve as a useful reference for serious scholars as well as casual readers of the Border Trilogy . After brief introductory materials in Chapter I , Chapters II -IV include a chronology , character index , and index of place names for each of the three novels . Annotations of cultural and historical allusions in the trilogy follow in Chapters V and VI . Maps of regions traversed by characters and significant to the plots of the novels are included throughout the dissertation . Information about arrangement precedes each section of the concordance .
URI: http : / /hdl .handle .net /2346 /20547
Date: 2000-08

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Contextualizing Cormac McCarthy's Border trilogy: an annotative approach. Doctoral dissertation, Texas Tech University. Available electronically from http : / /hdl .handle .net /2346 /20547 .

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