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Definitions; essays in contemporary criticism.

Author: Henry Seidel Canby
Publisher: Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press [1967, ©1922-24]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Canby, Henry Seidel, 1878-1961.
Definitions.
Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press [1967, ©1922-24]
(OCoLC)747117472
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Seidel Canby
OCLC Number: 713636
Notes: Each vol. previously published separately.
Description: 2 volumes 20 cm
Contents: Volume 1: I. ON FICTION --
Sentimental America --
Free Fiction --
A Certain Condescension Toward Fiction --
The Essence of Popularity --
II. ON THE AMERICAN TRADITION --
The American Tradition --
Back to Nature --
Thanks to the Artists --
To-Day in American Literature: Addressed to the British --
Time's Mirror --
The Family Magazine --
THE NEW GENERATION --
The Young Romantics --
Puritans All --
The Older Generation --
A Literature of Protest --
Barbarians a la Mode--
THE REVIEWING OF BOOKS --
A Prospectus for Criticism --
The Race of Reviewers --
The Sins of Reviewing --
Mrs. Wharton's "The Age of Innocence" --
Ms. Hergeshheiker's "Cytherea" --
PHILISTINES AND DILETTANTE --
Poetry for the Unpoetical --
Eyes, Ear, and Mind --
Out with the Dilettante --
Flat Prose --
MEN AND THEIR BOOKS --
Conrad and Melville --
The Novelist of Pity --
Henry James --
The Satiric Rage of Butler --
CONCLUSION --
Defining the Indefinable. Volume 2: LITERATURE TODAY --
The Age of Experiment --
The Expressionists --
Going Deeper --
Outlook and Insight --
Longfellow Junior --
Gin and Nonsense --
The Shortage of Fiction --
AMERICA IN LITERATURE --
Americans in Fiction --
What They See in Us --
A Club Car Homily --
American Style --
Critics from Abroad --
SEX AND THE CENSORSHIP --
Sex in Fiction --
Censorship --
Sterilizing Literature --
Privately Printed --
Crazy Literature --
A Specialist in Sex --
HIGHBROW AND LOWBROW --
White Socks at the Symphony --
Highbrow and Lowbrow --
Curious and True --
Easy Come, Easy Go --
Getting Unstandardized --
Who Speaks for the People? --
If You Must Resolve --
Aristocracy --
STUDIES --
Mark Twain --
A Poet Scientist --
A Man of Letters --
Mr. Wells in Utopia --
VARIOUS REFLECTIONS --
The Drug of Reading --
On Reading Fiercely --
Cultivate Your Garden --
Branford Hill --
The Tragic Muse --
Resist That Impulse --
Statistics --
Are We Educated? --
Literature and the Universities --
ON CRITICISM --
On Criticism --
Fundamentalism --
The Ostrich's Head --
Football and Criticism --
REVIEWS --
Miss Cather's "A Lost Lady" --
Mrs. Atherton's "Black Oxen" --
Sherwood Anderson's "Many Marriages" --
Boswell's "Johnson" --
The Correspondence of James Fenimore Cooper --
LITERARY GEOGRAPHY --
The Golden West --
Mid-West --
The Pacific Northwest --
On Being Provincial --
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY --
Literature in Our Century.
Responsibility: First-[second] series.

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