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Contemporary American prose

Author: Clarence W Wachner
Publisher: New York, Macmillan [1963]
Series: Literary heritage; a Macmillan paperback series
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Clarence W Wachner
OCLC Number: 2587541
Description: 370 pages 23 cm.
Contents: Neighbor Rosicky / Willa Cather --
A southern lady / Ellen Glasgow --
Afterward / Edith Wharton --
Lift up thine eyes / Sherwood Anderson --
Land / Sinclair Lewis --
A woman with a past / F. Scott Fitzgerald --
In another country / Ernest Hemingway --
Red, White and Blue Thanksgiving / John Dos Passos --
The debt shall be paid / John Steinbeck --
A worn path / Eudora Welty --
Strangers in town / Shirley Jackson --
Mole-Bane / James Still --
The bright day / Shirley Ann Grau --
The trial / John D. Weaver --
A summer's reading / Bernard Malamud --
from Invisible Man / Ralph Ellison --
Courtship through the ages / James Thurber --
Grandfather encounters a nonpareil / Samuel Hopkins Adams --
The neighbor / Mari Sandoz --
Journey toward a sense of being treated well / John Hersey --
Katherine Anne Porter / Glenway Wescott --
Robert Frost's America / Mark Van Doren --
A farewell to the last Harvard "dandy" / Malcolm Cowley --
from An interview with William Faulkner from Writers at Work --
Speech of acceptance, Nobel Prize for Literature / William Faulkner --
The dark of the moon / Eric Sevareid --
Is the moon really worth John Glenn? / James Reston --
The job of the Washington correspondent / Walter Lippmann --
Freedom / E.B. White --
The silent generation / Thornton Wilder. rc.
Series Title: Literary heritage; a Macmillan paperback series
Responsibility: [by] Clarence W. Wachner, Frank E. Ross [and] Eva Marie Van Houten.

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