Annie Dillard, a practitioner of the literary epiphany, has become a representative of a neoromantic movement that combines the ecological interest of wilderness literature with the aesthetics of a highly stylized literature. This study of the Pulitzer prize-winning essayist considers her as wilderness philosopher, critic, and arch-romantic.Literary Epiphany in the Work of Annie Dillard Sandra Humble Johnson ... Dillard with her husband goes to view a solar eclipse from a hillside but finds another unexpected moment within the moment she sought; this internal or secondaryanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Space Between|
|Author||:||Sandra Humble Johnson|
|Publisher||:||Kent State University Press - 1992-01|