The Novel as Ethical Paradigm

January 1988
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Winter/Spring1988, Vol. 21 Issue 2/3, p180
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Presents information on speech given by Richard Pearce introducing the panel discussion The Novel as Ethical Paradigm. Recountal of his introduction to literary paradigms; Questions raised by the paradigms in a novel; Relationship between narration and ethics.


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