Discourses of Vocation in Peter Carey's <em>Oscar and Lucinda</em>
Keywords:Peter Carey, contemporary fiction, historical fiction
AbstractThe article examines the way in which Carey's novel constructs the dialogue between calling and chance, between purpose and the arbitrary, duty and pleasure, the individual and institutions.
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