By Debbie Macomber
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The so-called angry-young-men movement produced anti-heroes rather than heroic rebels: Kingsley Amis’s Lucky Jim (1954) features a lower-middle-class protagonist whose rebellion against class privilege is tame, limited to breaking social taboos and who owes success to luck rather than agency. Joe Lambton in John Braine’s Room at the Top (1957) realises his dream of upward social mobility, but at a high cost for others and, as the sequel Life at the Top (1962) reveals, himself. The anti-authoritarianism of the 1960s increased criticism of the military as a traditional domain of the heroic, especially after the war disaster in Indochina.
De © The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s) 2017 B. Korte, S. 1007/978-3-319-33557-5_2 31 32 S. LETHBRIDGE the hero for modern and middle-class requirements, “reducing it to fit the restricted scope that modern life affords” (Ousby, 1982, p. 153). Such modifications included not only reductions, however, but also extensions. In particular, they enabled extensions in terms of gender and class, prising away the heroic from its still largely aristocratic and predominantly masculine connotations.
Cohen, B. ) (1995) The Distaff Side: Representing the Female in Homer’s Odyssey (New York: Oxford UP). Cubitt, G. ’ In G. Cubitt and A. 1–26. S. (1866) The Gay Science. 2 vols. (London: Chapman and Hall). Deters, A. 67–92. A. 58–71. B. (2005) Rudyard Kipling: Hell and Heroism (New York: Palgrave Macmillan). Evans, M. (1970) Spenser’s Anatomy of Heroism: A Commentary on the Faerie Queene (Cambridge: Cambridge UP). Fellows, J. (2003) ‘Introduction’ to The Seven Champions of Christendom by Richard Johnson (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp.
5-B Poppy Lane (Cedar Cove, Book 5.5) by Debbie Macomber