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Patrick White and alchemy / James Bulman-May
Bib ID 1702013
Format BookBook
Author
Bulman-May, James
 
Description Kew, Vic. : Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2001 
332 p., [4] p. of plates ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 1875606971
1740970020 (paperback)
Summary

Bulman-May contends that the science of alchemy is a central reference myth in the novels of Patrick White. He traces the application of the alchemical myth from The Aunts Story through The Tree of Man, Voss and Riders in the Chariot to The Solid Mandala, aiming to establish his contention beyond doubt.

Notes

Includes bibliography.

Subjects White, Patrick, 1912-1990 -- Criticism and interpretation.  |  Alchemy -- In literature.

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