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New York: Viking, 2005. CRITICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL STUDIES FILM BASED ON THE WORK OF T. C. BOYLE Gleason, Paul William. Understanding T. C. Boyle. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2009. The Road to Wellville. Screenplay by and directed by Alan Parker. Beacon Communications, 1994. Hicks, Heather J. “On Whiteness in T. ” CRITIQUE: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 45, no. 1:43–65 (September 2003). WEB SITE Walker, Michael. com 32 PIETRO DI DONATO (1911—1992) Tom Cerasulo UPON ITS PUBLICATION in 1939, Pietro di Donato’s debut novel Christ in Concrete was lauded by critics in the popular press for its formal and thematic explorations into the process of thinking and feeling Italian.
Will gradually realizes that a grown man must resist the infantalization that Kellogg prescribes. Will’s rebellion against his wife and the doctor has a comic ending: he literally drags Eleanor from the influence of Kellogg and those who surround him, and the couple returns home where they succeed in having and raising children. O’Kane is the novel’s antihero. Though he is Stanley’s professional caretaker for decades, his own sexual behavior is out of control (though it may not be considered deviant in the way Stanley’s is).
Felix must also deal with duplicitous business partners, an extortion-minded predecessor, an imbalanced, power-hungry police officer, a host of vigilantes who could receive a cash reward for turning the farmers in, a suspicious and hostile neighbor, a band of cantankerous drunks, and many more. Much of the novel’s humor dissolves into pathos as Felix’s predicament turns from mild ineptitude to life-ruining stupidity. Felix is wed- NOVELS (3): NEO-NATURALISM: PARASITES AND PREDATORS One common theme in Boyle’s novels echoes and updates the work of American naturalists such as Frank Norris, Theodore Dreiser, and John Steinbeck in which human behavior is essentially animalistic and operates according to nothing more noble than Darwinian principles of nature.
American Writers, Supplement XX by Jay Parini