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|Title:||John Fowles' Daniel Martin: "Ill-Concealed Ghosts"|
|Authors:||Lee, Alison M.|
|Keywords:||English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>John Fowles' Daniel Martin can best be viewed in the context of his previous novels, The Collector, The French Lieutenant's Woman and The Magus, as well as his non-fictional work, The Aristos. Fowles is particularly conscious of himself as author and his novels invite the reader to participate in them as co-creator. Therefore, the way in which Fowles develops this self-awareness in his novels and the purpose behind his use of metafiction are central to any discussion of Fowles' works.</p>|
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