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Hoffman, Frederick J
Criticism, interpretation, etc
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frederick John Hoffman; Melvin J Friedman; John B Vickery
|Description:||xxvi, 344 p. port. 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Preface, by J. B. Vickery. --
Introduction: the achievement of Frederick Hoffman, by M. J. Friedman. --
The modern tradition, figures and texts: The silence of Ernest Hemingway, by I. Hassan. A sketchbook of the artist in his thirty-fourth year; William Carlos Williams' Kora in hell: improvisations, by S. Paul. The wanderer and the dance: William Carlos Williams' early poetics, by J. N. Riddel. Murder in the cathedral: the limits of drama and the freedom of vision, by M. Krieger. Virginia Woolf's All Souls' Day: the omniscient narrator in Mrs. Dalloway, by J. H. Miller. Some notes on the technique of Man's fate, by M. J. Friedman. --
The growing edge, themes and motifs: The inferno of the moderns, by O. W. Vickery. The impact of French symbolism on modern American poetry, by H. M. Block. Mythopoesis and modern literature, by J. B. Vickery. The "conscience" of the new literature, by N. A. Scott, Jr. --
The contemporary scene, talents and directions: The unspeakable peacock: apocalypse in Flannery O'Connor, by L. Casper. Mr. Kell and Mr. Burgess: inside and outside Mr. Enderby, by C. G. and A. C. Hoffmann. The second major subwar: four novels by Vance Bourjaily, by J. M. Muste. --
A bibliography of the writings of Frederick J. Hoffmann (1909-1967), by P. R. Yanella (p. 327-344).
|Responsibility:||Edited by Melvin J. Friedman and John B. Vickery.|