Essays on His Works
This book of essays examines the fictional work of Nino Ricci from a variety of critical perspectives. These perspectives include ideas about literature, culture, identity, politics, and society in terms of Canada and the modern world. Each contributor examines a specific novel or several novels, focusing on the prevailing themes and literary elements used by Nino Ricci to construct his work of fiction. This critical study allows the reader to enhance one's understanding of Nino Ricci's particular style and vision. It also provides an understanding of Nino Ricci's valuable contribution to contemporary Canadian fiction and world literature. The contributors in this book are: William Anselmi, Howard A. Doughty, Brian L. Flack, Lise Hogan, Marino Tuzi, and Jim Zucchero.
Guernica Editions (Essential Writers Series)
250 pages |
About the author
Born in 1952, Marino Tuzi lives and teaches in Toronto. He is the author of The Power of Allegiances: Identity, Culture, and Representational Strategies. As well, along with Howard Doughty, he served as editor for Discourse and Community: Multidisciplinary Studies of Canadian Culture and Culture and Difference: Essays on Canadian Society.