Mythic Quality and Popular Reading in Stephen King's Rose Madder. By Extrapolation. Normally, this book will cost you $5.99, Here you can download thousands of books in PDF file format for free without needing the extra spent money. Click the download button above or alternative link below to download thousands of books in PDF file format.
As early as 1961, C. S. Lewis tried to put an end to literary criticism based on "taste"--which would all too obviously exclude popular reading--and to replace it with a relativistic theory that placed the reader at the center of the critical process: In addition to criticism and Christian apology, Lewis also wrote science fiction and fantasy, and, as it seems, it is from another sf and fantasy writer that Lewis's views assume their latest incarnation: Orson Scott Card, a North-American author who became an important name in the genre since his first sales in 1978, and also a strong critical voice as a reviewer and commentator. (1)