stitute formal or aesthetic values forncultural values. In other words, the formalisticncharacter of modern fiction,nthe impulse toward "pure art." whichnMcCarthy finds so repellent, is closelynrelated to a divorce between literary andncultural values.nW. J. Harvey treats the same phenomenonnin Character and the Novelnwhen he discusses the individual's sensenof . . .
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