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Thomas Wolfe's albatross; race and nationality in America.

Author: Paschal Reeves
Publisher: Athens, University of Georgia Press [1969, ©1968]
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Reeves, Paschal, 1917-
Thomas Wolfe's albatross.
Athens, University of Georgia Press [1969, ©1968]
(OCoLC)655001524
Named Person: Thomas Wolfe; Thomas Wolfe
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paschal Reeves
OCLC Number: 2219
Description: viii, 160 p. 25 cm.
Contents: Part I: The task: the incomparable substance of America --
Part II: The negro: the terrible youth of an ancient race --
The young dramatists' view --
The negro's status in society --
Composite characterization --
A note of protest --
The tiger and the child --
Part III: The Jew: the fires of love and hate --
Three Jewish students --
The Jew as businessman --
Members of an elite society --
A Jewish lover --
The Jew as symbol --
The clue to an enigma --
Part IV: The foreigner: The people of the new America --
South of the border Latins --
European Nordics --
Swart strangers from Southern Europe --
Travelers form Antique Lands --
Inscrutable Orientals --
Part V: The Indian: The honest tang of America --
The Indians of Old Catawba --
The cranes of Libya Hill --
Part VI: The achievement: The memory of the lost America and Even the least of these, our brothers.

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