Eccentric Individuality in William Kotzwinkle's The Fan Man, E. T., Doctor Rat and Other Works of Fiction and Fantasy

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  • ISBN-13: 9780773473102
  • Publisher: Mellen, Edwin Press, The
  • Publication date: 1/1/2002
  • Pages: 188

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
1 Authority and Identity: Lunatic Humor, Wild Things, The Surreal City and A Serpent in the Garden 1
2 The Book of Love: Origins of artistic consciousness in Jack in the Box 13
3 The Realm of Childhood: Visions of Paradise and an imagination of the ideal in E.T., The Leopard's Tooth and Hearts of Wood 31
4 The Life and Times of a Good-Natured Zany: The Artist as musician, mystic, beatnik and freak in The Fan Man 53
5 The Emergence of Evil: Darker dimensions of existence in Doctor Rat, Fata Morgana and The Exile 71
6 The Artist at Work: Sexual awareness as psychic transformation in Nightbook and The Queen of Swords; limitless childhood as an adult enterprise in The Midnight Examiner and The Hot Jazz Trio 101
7 Jimmy McShane and a Bear from Maine: Life beyond the "failure" of the alternate vision of The Sixties in The Game of Thirty and The Bear Went Over the Mountain 117
8 The Far Shore of the Secret Sea: Refiguring the cartography of coherence in Superman III, Great World Circus and Swimmer in the Secret Sea 141
Bibliography 159
European Editions 167
Index 169
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