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  • Author:
    Gregory A. Schirmer
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    978-0415044936
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Trevor is a contemporary master of prose fiction. This first study of his work analyses his mastery of fiction technique, and his profoundly moral vision of twentieth century man.

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In William Trevor: A Study of His Fiction, first published in 1990, Gregory Schirmer analyses Trevor’s .

In William Trevor: A Study of His Fiction, first published in 1990, Gregory Schirmer analyses Trevor’s novels (such as A Standard of Behaviour and Fools of Fortune) and short stories in detail.

William Trevor is a master of contemporary fiction. In William Trevor: A Study of His Fiction, first published in 1990, Gregory Schirmer analyses Trevor’s novels (such as A Standard of Behaviour and Fools of Fortune) and short stories in detail

William Trevor is a master of contemporary fiction. He writes with equal authority about the frustrations of life in remote corners of Ireland, and the hollowness of life is prosperous London suburbs. In William Trevor: A Study of His Fiction, first published in 1990, Gregory Schirmer analyses Trevor’s novels (such as A Standard of Behaviour and Fools of Fortune) and short stories in detail. He argues that Trevor’s writing is important, both in terms of its mastery of fictional techniques and of the profoundly moral vision that informs it.

a study of his fiction. by Gregory A. Schirmer. William Trevor (1928-). Published 1990 by Routledge in London, New York. Criticism and interpretation, Ireland in literature, Irish in literature. Includes bibliographical references (p. 164-177) and index.

I don’t think there is another writer from Ireland with his range, Gregory A. Schirmer, the author of William Trevor: A Study of His Fiction (1990), said in an interview

William Trevor Cox was born in Ireland on May 24, 1928, in Mitchelstown, County Cork, to Protestant parents. His father, James, was a bank manager who took his wife, the former Gertrude Davison, and children from one town to another, as promotions and transfers arose. I don’t think there is another writer from Ireland with his range, Gregory A. Schirmer, the author of William Trevor: A Study of His Fiction (1990), said in an interview. With total conviction he has written about the rural Irish on their farms, about provincial towns, about commercial Dublin, about middle-class Protestants and the remnants of the aristocracy.

His early books are peopled by eccentrics who speak in a pedantically formal manner and engage in hilariously comic activities that are recounted by a. .Gregory A. Schirmer (1990). William Trevor: Study of His Fiction. ISBN 978-0-415-04493-6.

His early books are peopled by eccentrics who speak in a pedantically formal manner and engage in hilariously comic activities that are recounted by a detached narrative voice. Instead of one central figure, the novels feature several protagonists of equal importance, drawn together by an institutional setting, which acts as a convergence point for their individual stories.

William Trevor (Routledge Revivals) Schirmer Taylor&Francis 9781138821408 : William Trevor is a.

William Trevor (Routledge Revivals) Schirmer Taylor&Francis 9781138821408 : William Trevor is a master of contemporary fiction.

Dublin, New Island, 1999. William Trevor's celebrated writing career has largely been spent exploring the intersection of corruption and the human heart.

Gregory A. Schirmer published a biographical work, William Trevor: A Study of His Fiction (London, Rutledge, 1990), which covers many of Trevor's major writings.

Anglo-Irishman Trevor is the author of eleven novels and six collections of short stories. Schirmer (English, U. of Mississippi) analyzes the novels and stories in detail: he argues that Trevor's writing is important both in terms of mastery of fictional techniques and the moral vision that informs it. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.