Myth and Monomyth in "Captain Corelli’s Mandolin" by Louis de Bernières
I owe my first acknowledgement to my students at Namik Kemal University in Turkey, whose comments and pertinent remarks helped shape many of my ideas. Above all, I am grateful to my former doctoral supervisor Professor Sergiu Pavlicencu who greatly enlarged my understanding of ancient and modern literary interaction and provided for me a model of approach to myths and archetypes. I am also thankful to my husband, Petru Golban, whose encouragement and well-aimed critical remarks were most helpful. My gratitude is also for my daughters Beatrice and Patricia for their understanding and support during the writing of this book. Finally, I am indebted to my colleagues Hasan Boynukara, Cansu Ozge Ozmen, and Irfan Atalay for their intellectual assistance, scholarly advice, critical comment, and competent suggestions that assisted me in the process of preparation of this book.
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