Faulkner’s Gambit: Chess and Literature by M. Wainwright

By M. Wainwright

This ebook bargains the 1st full-length examine of the chess buildings, motifs, and imagery in William Faulkner's Knight's Gambit . Wainwright seems on the value of chess as a literary gadget and examines the structural analogy drawn among the sport and linguistics via Ferdinand de Saussure.

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