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The modern American political novel, 1900-1960,

Author: Joseph Blotner
Publisher: Austin, University of Texas Press [1966]
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The political arena offers many examples of conflict-- between individuals, groups, or the individual and the group, or within the individual. It is natural that a sizable body of fiction has grown up using politics as a main source of action.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Blotner, Joseph Leo, 1923-
Modern American political novel, 1900-1960.
Austin, University of Texas Press [1966]
(OCoLC)651920365
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Blotner
OCLC Number: 172008
Description: x, 424 pages 24 cm
Contents: Young knight --
Boss --
Corruption --
Novel of the future --
Role of woman --
Southern politician --
American fascism --
Far right and McCarthyism --
Disillusionment and the intellectual --
American politics abroad --
Conclusion --
Bibliography --
Primary sources: Novels discussed in this study --
Related novels --
Novels published between 1961 and April, 1965 --
Secondary sources: Books and monographs --
Articles in journals and books --
Index. The young knight --
The boss --
Corruption --
The novel of the future --
The role of woman --
The Southern politician --
American fascism --
The Far Right and McCarthyism --
Disillusionment and the intellectual --
American politics abroad.
Responsibility: by Joseph Blotner.

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The political arena offers many examples of conflict-- between individuals, groups, or the individual and the group, or within the individual. It is natural that a sizable body of fiction has grown up using politics as a main source of action.

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