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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Strauch, Carl F. (Carl Ferdinand), 1908-1989.
Style in the American Renaissance.
Hartford : Transcendental Books, [©1970]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Carl F Strauch
|Description:||93 leaves : illustrations ; 29 cm|
|Contents:||The voices of Cooper's The deerslayer / by A.F. Sandy --
Language and meaning in Cooper's The water-witch / by T.L. Philbrick --
Simm's concept of style in the historical romance / by J.V. Ridgely --
Poe's views on the nature and function of style / by D.B. Stauffer --
Some touchstones of Hawthorne's style / by C.D. Laverty --
Emerson's prose style : an edge to goodness / by A.S. Reid --
The mind's voice : Emerson's poetic styles / by C.F. Strauch --
Style in Walden / by K. Kurtz --
Finding a voice : Thoreau's pentameters / by L. Lane --
Whitman's radical utterance / by R.R. Male --
Style and tone in Melville's Pierre / by A. Holder --
Emily Dickinson : the poetics of doubt / by D. Porter
|Responsibility:||edited by Carl F. Strauch.|