A significant gap in modern critical studies is bridged by this title from L A C Dobrez. Hitherto, there has been no considered attempt to relate Existentialist thought to contemporary literature – and this is precisely what Dr Dobrez achieves.
By taking four leading writers and discussing their work in relation to Husserl, Heidegger and Sartre the motive is achieved.
Readers will find this account enlightening in its discussion of Existentialism itself and its application of Existentialist principles in modern literature. Thus this book will be of great value to students of both contemporary literature and modern philosophy.