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American humor : essays presented to John C. Gerber

Author: John C Gerber; O M Brack
Publisher: Scottsdale, Ariz. : Arete Publications, ©1977.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: John C Gerber; John C Gerber
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John C Gerber; O M Brack
OCLC Number: 3168795
Description: ix, 193 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Hill, H. Black humor and the mass audience.--Clendenning, J. Anything goes.--Kern, A.C. Melville's The confidence-man.--Duke, M. John Wilford Overall's Southern punch.--Simpson, C.M. Huck Finn after Huck Finn.--Gibson, W.M. Mark Twain's "Carnival of crime."--Bush, S. The showman as hero in Mark Twain's fiction.--Mellard, J.M. Soldiers' pay and the growth of Faulkner's comedy.--Andrews, C.A. The comic element in Iowa literature.--Gessel, M. Katherine Anne Porter.--Heflin, W.A. Russell Wayne Baker.--Cawelti, J.G. The sanity of Mad.
Responsibility: edited by O M Brack, Jr.

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