Departmental Bulletin Paper Feeling Out of Place in the Family: A Study of Anne Tyler’s If Morning Ever Comes and The Tin Can Tree

丹治, めぐみ

(56)  , pp.161 - 174 , 2016-03-31
Contemporary American writer Anne Tyler has enjoyed a fifty year career. She has been writing about conflicts between an individual and his/her family. Studying Tyler’s earliest two novels reveals that she has chosen this subject from the beginning of her career. Set in the American South, the two novels show the drama of the ordinary people who have set their minds not to change but realize that nothing stays intact through the passage of time.

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