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Themes and directions in American literature.
Lafayette, Ind., Purdue University Studies, 1969
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Leon Howard; Ray B Browne; Donald Pizer
|Description:||x, 239 p. 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The lecture, by A. Stanford.--Introduction: a cause for thanks, by W. Morris.--Puritan devotion and American literary history, by N. S. Grabo.--Sympathy comes to America, by J. Stafford.--The typicality of Oliver Wendell Holmes, by E. Carter.--Thoreau and the borrowed reeds, by C. Bode.--Ishmael, writer and art critic, by H. P. Vincent.--Melville's chimney, revisited, by M. M. Sealts, Jr.--A house to be born in, by J. Leyda.--Arcadia on the range, by J. E. Phillips.--The epistemological theme of The mysterious stranger, by W. Glick.--The tragic muse: Henry James's loosest, baggiest novel? By R. Falk.--Jay Gatsby and Hopalong Cassidy, by P. Durham.--Manhattan transfer and the service of things, by D. Sanders.--American fiction and French literary existentialism, by R. Lehan.--William Faulkner, committee chairman, by J. Blotner.--Randall Jarrell's poetry, by R. Humphrey.--Leon Howard: check-list of publications, 1930-1968 (p. 234-238)|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Ray B. Browne and Donald Pizer.|