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Issue Details: First known date: 2009 2009
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'Arthur Miller's novels exhibit a nuanced and subtle understanding of the forces, from the erotic to the platonic, that drive humans to connect with each other and in the process confront our shared mortality.' (Editor's abstract)

In this article, Ronald A. Sharp focuses 'on explaining and illuminating [Landscape of Farewell's] profound view of friendship and on celebrating the radiant artistic achievement of representing and embodying that vision in fiction.'

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Continental Heartlands and Alex Miller’s Geosophical Imaginary Elizabeth McMahon , 2012 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Novels of Alex Miller : An Introduction 2012; (p. 125-138)
This chapter examines 'how the alignment between geography and subjectivity operates in four of Miller's novels to identify his refiguration of the inherited map of modern identities.' (125)
McMahon focuses on The Ancestor Game (1992), Conditions of Faith (2000), Journey to the Stone Country (2002) and Landscape of Farewell (2007).
Continental Heartlands and Alex Miller’s Geosophical Imaginary Elizabeth McMahon , 2012 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Novels of Alex Miller : An Introduction 2012; (p. 125-138)
This chapter examines 'how the alignment between geography and subjectivity operates in four of Miller's novels to identify his refiguration of the inherited map of modern identities.' (125)
McMahon focuses on The Ancestor Game (1992), Conditions of Faith (2000), Journey to the Stone Country (2002) and Landscape of Farewell (2007).
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