criticism, clear and elegant in style, unpretentiousnin aim and expression.nFor his typically "grotesque" charactersnand the Southern setting theynfrequently inhabit, McCarthy has beenncompared inevitably, to FlannerynO'Connor and to Faulkner; in fact henis, as a literary artist, quite unlike eithernof these writers, no matter how muchnhe may have learned from . . .

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