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 ALS  Vol.1 No.2 , April 2013
Raymond Carver and the Ethos of Drinking
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Abstract: In Raymond Carver’s “Careful”, “Gazebo”, and “Chef’s House”, characters depend on the process of drinking as a paradigm to understand their lives. In these three stories, the characters rely upon alcohol as a solution to problems paradoxically caused by their addiction to alcohol.
Cite this paper: McCracken, D. (2013) Raymond Carver and the Ethos of Drinking. Advances in Literary Study, 1, 14-15. doi: 10.4236/als.2013.12004.
References

[1]   Carver, R. (1981). Gazebo. In What we talk about when we talk about love (pp. 21-29). New York: Vintage.

[2]   Carver, R. (1989). Careful. In Where I’m calling from (pp. 264-277). New York: Vintage.

[3]   Carver, R. (1989). Chef’s house. In Where I’m calling from (pp. 297- 302). New York: Vintage.

 
 
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