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The achievement of Gerald Warner Brace

Author: William Connor
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©1999.
Series: American university studies., Series XXIV,, American literature ;, vol. 71.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"During a forty-year career that began in the mid-1930s. Gerald Warner Brace wrote short stories, an autobiography, award-wining essays, and eleven distinguished novels. While Brace's approach to fiction was essentially realistic, he experimented with narrative perspectives and sub-genres and was one of the most versatile writers of his time. His books offer unique insight into the intellectual trends and moral  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Gerald Warner Brace; Gerald Warner Brace; Gerald Warner Brace; Gerald Warner Brace
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Connor
ISBN: 0820441457 9780820441450
OCLC Number: 39223713
Description: 162 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. Nonfiction --
3. Apprenticeship --
4. Light on Stafford Mountain --
5. The Garretson Chronicle --
6. In the Wake of the Garretson Chronicle --
7. The Great Ones Dead and Dying --
8. Lost World --
9. City and Town --
10. Professional Masks --
11. Dimensions.
Series Title: American university studies., Series XXIV,, American literature ;, vol. 71.
Responsibility: William Connor.

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"During a forty-year career that began in the mid-1930s. Gerald Warner Brace wrote short stories, an autobiography, award-wining essays, and eleven distinguished novels. While Brace's approach to fiction was essentially realistic, he experimented with narrative perspectives and sub-genres and was one of the most versatile writers of his time. His books offer unique insight into the intellectual trends and moral conflicts that troubled thoughtful Americans in the middle decades of this century."--Jacket.

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