Premium Content Carrying the Fire: Effective Literary Devices in McCarthy's The Road
By Megan Elizabeth Farris - December 05, 2007
Cormac McCarthy’s novel The Road is a gripping tale of survival in a post-nuclear holocaust world full of marauders and cannibals. A man and his son travel the United States in search of food and shelter, all the while hiding from (and occasionally battling) the marauders. As one might expect, the novel is very dark. The situation for the man and…
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