The novels of Joyce Cary: Romantic illusion and existential \"pathology\".

Julie M. Fenwick
Joyce Cary's earliest novels address a whole range of "inadequate" ideas which he depicts as derived from romanticism and as fundamentally related to one another. These include the secularisation of divine providence as Hegelian dialectic, as a deterministic unconscious, and as the "life force." Furthermore, he depicts the romantic Utopianism of philosophers such as Rousseau as rooted in the same error as Social Darwinism. The ground of Cary's rejection of these notions is his belief...
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