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Theories of American literature.

Author: Donald M Kartiganer; Malcolm A Griffith
Publisher: New York, Macmillan [1971, ©1972]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald M Kartiganer; Malcolm A Griffith
OCLC Number: 205232
Description: x, 438 pages 24 cm
Contents: Errand into the wilderness, by P. Miller.--The broken circuit, by R. Chase.--Cultural and literary background: the type of American experience, by A.N. Kaul.--Two kingdoms of force, by L. Marx.--Self environment, by R. Poirier.--The American Adam and the fortunate fall, by R.W.B. Lewis.--The continuity of American poetry, by R.H. Pearce.--The American hero: his masquerade, by D.G. Hoffman.--Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking novels, by D.H. Lawrence.--The American hero and the evasion of love, by L. Fiedler.--The white Negro: superficial reflections on the hipster, by N. Mailer.--The design of puritan experience, by J.F. Lynen.--From Edwards to Emerson, by P. Miller.--Man in the open air, by F.O. Matthiessen.--The unbroken tradition, by L. Fiedler.--Realism to naturalism, by E. Carter.--The modern element in modern literature, by L. Trilling.--The poetry of reality, by J.H. Miller.--Form and the American experience, by R. Ellison.
Responsibility: [Compiled by] Donald M. Kartiganer [and] Malcolm A. Griffith.

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