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The quest of father and sons : illuminating character identity, motivation, and conflict in Cormac McCarthy's The Road
by Gilbert, Chris
The article offers the author's insights on the book "The Road," which has been an important part of his English IV Honors course. The author says that the novel details the journey of a father and son through post-apocalyptic wasteland. He mentions that he used the novel as a supplemental text during his Middle Ages unit to connect the novel and older literary works, in which he introduced the term "archetype," a recurring symbol, pattern, and character, during the first week of the course.
Page(s) 40-47
Article ID 1000128230
PLOTS (DRAMA, NOVEL, ETC.)
FATHER AND CHILD IN LITERATURE
ARCHETYPE (PSYCHOLOGY) IN LITERATURE
ROAD, THE (BOOK)
 
English Journal (HS)
ISSN 00138274
Vol. 102 Iss. 1 Yr. 2012 Sep
 
 
 
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