In Narrative Strategies Roston focuses upon the Greene's texts themselves and their manipulation of reader response, highlighting the innovative strategies that Greene developed to cope with the mid-century invalidation of the traditional hero. The result is a stimulating new reading of the major novels.
About the Author
MURRAY ROSTON holds a Dual Professorship at Bar Ilan University, Israel, where he lives, and at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), USA, where he teaches frequently. He has published numerous books on literature and the visual arts, on the Bible in English literature, on the modern search for identity and on general Renaissance topics.