The Three Lives of Jonathan Force

Out of his unpromising cultural background, Jonathan Force manages to establish an Archimedean point outside of culture from which to view contemporary life. He becomes a psychologist, a critic and pundit whose published books—Force Fields, Reasonable Force, Uses of Force—strike such surprising and resonant notes thathe public has come to think with his ideas rather than about them. More

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About Richard Hawley

A writer of fiction, poetry, and literary non-fiction, Richard Hawley has published more than twenty books and several monographs. His essays, articles and poems have appeared in dozens of literary, scholarly, and commercial journals, including The New York Times, The Atlantic Monthly, American Film, Commonweal, America, Orion, The New England Journal of Medicine, and The Christian Science Monitor and in many literary anthologies. For ten years he taught fiction and non-fiction writing at The Bread Loaf Writers Conference in Vermont, and he continues to teach developing writers in a variety of settings. Recent work, including work in progress, draws increasingly from depth psychology and classical philosophy to illuminate contemporary problems.

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