John Fowles and Nature: Fourteen Perspectives on Landscape

Synopsis

"That John Fowles is a nature writer as well as a novel writer is evident in various ways from the essays in this volume. Each one, in its way, explores an aspect of Fowles's complex awareness of the world around him and the uniquely protective attitude toward wild nature that has informed Fowles's fiction and nonfiction from the onset of his writing career." Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • James R. Aubrey
  • Katherine Tarbox
  • Clark Closser
  • Lynne S. Vieth
  • Carol M. Barnum
  • James R. Aubrey
  • Katherine Tarbox
  • Clark Closser
  • Lynne S. Vieth
  • Carol M. Barnum
  • Barry N. Olshen
  • Eileen Warburton
  • Liz-Anne Bawden
  • Kevin Padian
  • Hugh S. Torrens
  • Patricia V. Beatty
  • Suzanne Ross
  • H. W. Fawkner
  • Lisa Colletta
  • Kirke Kefalea
  • Dianne L. Vipond
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Madison, NJ
Publication year:
  • 1999