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American social fiction, James to Cozzens.

Author: Michael Millgate
Publisher: New York, Barnes & Noble [1964]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Millgate, Michael.
American social fiction, James to Cozzens.
New York, Barnes & Noble [1964]
(OCoLC)574856193
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Millgate
OCLC Number: 711016
Description: x, 217 pages 23 cm
Contents: Henry James and the business hero --
WIlliam Dean Howells --
Frank Norris --
Edith Wharton --
Theodore Dreiser --
Sherwood Anderson and Sinclair Lewis --
F. Scott Fitzgerald --
John Dos Passos --
Institutions in fiction --
Institutions in fiction: the academy --
James Gould Cozzens --
American novelists and American society.

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Preface vii 1. Henry James and the Business Hero 1 2. William Dean Howells 18 3. Frank Norris 38 4. Edith Wharton 54 5. Theodore Dreiser 67 6. Sherwood Anderson and Sinclair Lewis 87 7. F. Scott Fitzgerald 107 8. John Dos Passos 128 9. Institutions in Fiction 142 10. Institutions in Fiction: the Academy 166 11. James Gould Cozzens 181 12. American Novelists and American Society 195 Index 213

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