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New York: Viking, 2005. The Human Fly and Other Stories. 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.
Humor and parody are dominant, but a dark undercurrent tinges the humor with profound discomfort. Descent of Man reveals Boyle’s range of subject matter and narrative style as it announces a number of themes that will develop throughout his career. ”, a nonsense word from Johnny Weismuller’s 1939 film Tarzan Finds a Son. Both signal comic absurdity and advance the idea of problematic relationships between humans and other primates. The title story, one of Boyle’s most frequently anthologized pieces, is a wildly comic tale of a spurned lover who believes that his girlfriend (“Jane,” echoing the Tarzan stories as well as famed primatologist Jane Goodall) is having a sexual affair with an ape.
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American Writers, Supplement XX by Jay Parini