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Rediscoveries : informal essays in which well-known novelists rediscover neglected works of fiction by one of their favorite authors

Author: David Madden
Publisher: New York : Crown Publishers, ©1971.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rediscoveries.
New York, Crown Publishers [1971]
(OCoLC)573839851
Named Person: Robert Penn Warren; Robert Penn Warren
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Madden
OCLC Number: 149207
Description: 334 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Robert Penn Warren on Andrew Lytle's The long night --
Evan S. Connell, Jr., on Janet Lewis's The wife of Martin Guerre --
R.V. Cassill on Benjamin Constant's Adolphe --
Wallace Stegner on Glenway Wescott's Good-bye Wisconsin --
Joyce Carol Oates on Harriette Arnow's The dollmaker --
Irwin Shaw on Daniel Fuchs's Homage to Blenholt --
Kay Boyle on Wolfgang Borchert's The man outside --
Hollis Summers on William Maxwell's They came like swallows --
Niven Busch on Marcus Goodrich's Delilah --
George P. Elliott on Ramon Sender's A man's plan and Jean Giono's The horseman on the roof --
Anais Nin on Marianne Hauser's A lesson in music --
James B. Hall on Mario Puzo's The dark arena --
Warren Eyster on Humphrey Cobb's Paths of glory --
Harvey Swados on Boris Pilnyak's The Volga Falls to the Caspian Sea --
Jesse Hill Ford on Knut Hamsun's Growth of the soil --
George Garrett on Mary Lee Settle's Beulah Land trilogy --
Judson Jerome on Mariano Azuela's Los de abajo (The underdogs) --
Jack Matthews on Norman Douglas's South wind --
Jane Mayhall on Gertrude Stein's Things as they are --
George Lanning on Elizabeth's The pastor's wife --
Brainard Cheney on Caroline Gordon's The malefactors --
Fred Chappell on Richard Yates's Revolutionary Road --
Daniel Stern on William Goyen's The house of breath --
Walker Percy on Walter M. Miller, Jr.'s A canticle for Leibowitz --
Benedict Kiely on Francis MacManus's Watergate --
Millen Brand on Henry Myers's The utmost island --
David Madden on William Gaddis's The recognitions --
Fiction discussed --
A partial list of other fiction worthy of rediscovery.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by David Madden.

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