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The great tradition; an interpretation of American literature since the civil war,

Author: Granville Hicks
Publisher: New York, Macmillan Co., 1935.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hicks, Granville, 1901-1982.
Great tradition.
New York, Macmillan Co., 1935
(OCoLC)612936135
Named Person: Walt Whitman; Bret Harte; Mark Twain; William Dean Howells; Henry James; Emily Dickinson; Henry Adams; Stephen Crane; Frank Norris; Jack London; Upton Sinclair; Edith Wharton; Theodore Dreiser; Sherwood Anderson; Sinclair Lewis; Vachel Lindsay; Carl Sandburg; Edwin Arlington Robinson; Robert Frost; H L Mencken; William Faulkner; Eugene O'Neill; Robinson Jeffers; T S Eliot; Thornton Wilder; Ernest Hemingway; John Dos Passos; Amy Lowell; Henry Adams; Sherwood Anderson; Stephen Crane; Emily Dickinson; John Dos Passos; Theodore Dreiser; T S Eliot; William Faulkner; Robert Frost; Bret Harte; Ernest Hemingway; William Dean Howells; Henry James; Robinson Jeffers; Sinclair Lewis; Vachel Lindsay; Jack London; Amy Lowell; H L Mencken; Frank Norris; Eugene O'Neill; Edwin Arlington Robinson; Carl Sandburg; Upton Sinclair; Mark Twain; Edith Wharton; Walt Whitman; Thornton Wilder
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Granville Hicks
OCLC Number: 2924452
Description: xv pages, 1 leaf, 341 pages 23 cm
Contents: Industrialism after the Civil War --
The golden day --
James Russell Lowell --
Walt Whitman --
The rise of sectionalism : Bret Harte --
Mark Twain --
Eggleston and Cable --
Progress and decline of sectionalism --
Novels of politics : The gilded age and Democracy --
A novel of business : THe rise of Silas Lapham --
A novel of labor : The bread-winners --
William Dean Howells --
Sarah Orne Jewett --
Henry James --
Emily Dickinson --
Henry Adams --
Edward Bellamy and the Utopists --
Hamlin Garland --
Hearn and Bierce --
Boyesen, Fuller, Frederic, Crane --
The progressive movement --
Frank Norris --
Muckraking : Phillips, Churchill, White, Herrick --
Jack London --
Upton Sinclair --
The end of muckraking --
The middle generation --
Mrs. Wharton, Hergesheimer, Cabell, Miss Cather --
Dreiser, Anderson, Lewis --
The poets : Amy Lowell, Lindsay, Sandburg, Robinson, Frost --
The critics : Huneker, Spingarn, Mencken, Babbitt, Brooks --
Eugene O'Neill --
Revaluation and the younger generation --
Pessimists : Krutch, Jeffers, Faulkner --
T.S. Eliot, humanism, and Thornton WIlder --
Ernest Hemingway --
Regionalism : Elizabeth Roberts and Glenway Wescott --
Towards a leisure class --
John Dos Passos --
Writers and revolution --
The great tradition --
Writers and revolution --
Growth --
Change --
Our dramatists --
Our poets --
The great tradition.
Responsibility: by Granville Hicks.

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