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Studies in short fiction : Fall 1974, vol. XI, no. 4.

Publisher: Newberry, S.C. : Newberry College, 1974.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: James Joyce; John Knowles; John Barth; John O'Hara; Henry James; Herman Melville; Saul Bellow; Thomas Wolfe; Joseph Conrad; Kunzaburō Ōe; Henry Fielding
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 36947329
Description: vi, 343-460 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: The ambience of space in Joyce's Dubliners / Arthur E. McGuinness --
Dual perspective narrative and the character of Phineas in "A separate peace" / Ian Kennedy --
John Barth's "Anonymiad" / D. Allan Jones --
Social interaction in John O'Hara's "The gangster" / Edgar Shawen --
Dizzzying summit: James's "The alter of the dead" / Mildred E. Hartsock --
Bartleby as alienated worker / Louise K. Barnett --
Koheleth in Chicago: the quest for the real in "Looking for Mr. Green" / Eusebio L. Rodrigues --
Thomas Wolfe's "A note on experts" / John Idol --
"Youth": Conrad's irony and time's darkness / John Howard Weston --
Circles of shame: "Sheep" by Ōe Kenzaburō / Frederick Richter --
They made it pay: British short-fiction writers, 1820-1840 / Carol Polsgrove --
Partridge's ghost story / Samuel E. Longmire --
Notes. Forster's "Albergo empedocle": a precursor of Maurice / James S. Malek --
"The informer" as Conrad's little joke / Diana Culbertson --
Two types of tension: art vs campcraft in Hemingway's "Big two-hearted river" / Lewis E. Weeks, Jr. --
Time of decline: Pickett's charge and the broken clock in Faulkner's "Barn burning" / Kenneth G. Johnston. Reviews. R.T. Chapman: Wyndham Lewis: fictions and satires / Philip M. Armato --
Stanley Elkin: Searches and seizures: three short novels / Samuel I. Bellman --
Edith Wharton: Madame de Treymes and others: four novelettes / Glenn O. Cary --
Brian Burland: The sailor and the fox / Kenneth T. Wolman --
Carl D. Lane: Steam against steam / Roscoe L. Buckland --
Gordon Lisk: The secret life of our times: new fiction from Esquire / James Mark Purcell --
Martha Foley: The best American short stories 1973 / Jack B. Moore --
Damon Knight: A science fiction argosy / Ruth VanHorn Zuckerman --
Mark Costello: The Murphy stories / Frank Gado --
Martha Stephens: The question of Flannery O'Connor / John L. Idol, Jr. --
N.G. Pomyalovsky: Seminary sketches / Vasa Mihailovich --
Ora Segal: The lucid reflector: the observer in Henry James's fiction / James W. Gargano.

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