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The timescapes of John Fowles

@inproceedings{Fawkner1984TheTO,
  title={The timescapes of John Fowles},
  author={Harald William Fawkner and John B. Fowles},
  year={1984}
}
This critical study explicates the complex and elusive fiction of John Fowles in terms of the tensions between time and timelessness. The author introduces insights gained from recent scientific and interdisciplinary studies of the apprehension of temporality and constructs a model for the hierarchy of levels of time in fiction. 
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