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Explains various puzzling features of Le Clezio work from this philosophical perspective, including the relative absence of dialogue in his novels and short stories, his portrayals of mystical experiences, his intensely poetic prose, his treatment of time as the repetition of history, and his struggles to develop a persuasive ethical system.
Thomas Trzyna studied philosophy with Richard Popkin and Herbert Marcuse at the University of California, San Diego; he received his B.A. from the University of California (Berkeley) and his M.A. and his PhD in English at the University of Washington. Formerly English professor at The Ohio State University, he teaches literature, comparative religion, and philosophy at Seattle Pacific University. Among his recent books are the novel Meeting God and Blessed are the Pacifists, a national book club selection.
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Currents in Comparative Romance Languages & Literatures