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The Pathological Vision: Jean Genet, Louis-Ferdinand Celine, and Tennessee Williams


Robert Hauptman

The Pathological Vision is a study of aberrancy in the works of Jean Genet, Louis-Ferdinand Céline, and Tennessee Williams. Concomitantly, it examines the Weltanschauung of each of these authors within the axio-ethical sphere: Genet apotheosizes evil; Céline observes it; and Williams transcends it.
Contents: Pathology - Evil - Axiology - Ethics - Comparative literature.