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|Title:||The Theme of Love in the Novels of André Langevin|
|Authors:||McInnes, Ena Margaret|
|Keywords:||Romance Languages;Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures;Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures|
|Abstract:||<p>The thesis presents an analysis of the much ignored yet essential theme of love in the novels of André Langevin. Love between man and God proves ineffectual while that love between man and others as well as the love between man and woman, although being characterized by several intrinsic limitations, are none the less beneficial to the Langevinian characters in providing a measure of relief from their basic condition of solitude.</p>|
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