Autobiographical Nature of "Barney's Vision"
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The paper includes a draft of the final review and an outline. Most of the review looks at the autobiographical nature of the character Barney and argues that he is actually Richler. The paper also looks at memory and history.
From the Paper:"Introduction: a basic look at the works and Mordecai Richler. In particular stating the importance of the location in his stories(Jewish Communities of Montreal). Introduction to the Book: A basic examination of the structure of the book itself. Highlighting the fact that it is essentially a fictionalized autobiography of Richler written as an alternative version of himself."
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