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The Workshop : seven decades of the Iowa Writers' Workshop : forty-three stories, recollections, and essays on Iowa's place in twentieth-century American literature

Autor: Tom Grimes; Iowa Writers' Workshop.
Editora: New York : Hyperion, ©1999.
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"This volume traces the Iowa Writers' Workshop's decade-by-decade evolution from the 1930s through the present. Via an introductory essay by editor Tom Grimes on the nature of genius and whether creative writing can be taught, and original introductions to the forty-three stories, many by the writers themselves, we get a sense of the importance of "The Workshop," as it became known, to the evolution of American  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: Fiction
History
Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Iowa Writers' Workshop.
Workshop.
New York : Hyperion, ©1999
(OCoLC)607440836
Online version:
Iowa Writers' Workshop.
Workshop.
New York : Hyperion, ©1999
(OCoLC)607741128
Tipo de Material: Ficção
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Tom Grimes; Iowa Writers' Workshop.
ISBN: 0786865032 9780786865031 0786886722 9780786886722
Número OCLC: 40979931
Descrição: xii, 766 pages ; 25 cm
Conteúdos: 1930s. Chip off the old block / Wallace Stegner --
1940s. And in my heart / R.V. Cassill --
The comforts of home / Flannery O'Connor --
1950s. The illegibility of this world / Richard Stern --
The fisherman who got away / Thomas Williams --
Offspring of the first generation / Bette Pesetsky --
1960s. The hustler / Walter Tevis --
Put yourself in my shoes / Raymond Carver --
Saints / Bharati Mukherjee --
Dunkelblau / Clark Blaise --
Falling in love / Andre Dubus --
The last generation / Joy Williams --
A more complete cross-section / John Casey --
A sorrowful woman / Gail Godwin --
Thirty-four seasons of winter / William Kittredge --
1970s. Mouses / Thom Jones --
A solo song: for Doc / James Alan McPherson --
Paper lantern / Stuart Dybek --
Work / Denis Johnson --
His dog / Ron Hansen --
A women's restaurant / T. Coraghessan Boyle --
Aren't you happy for me? / Richard Bausch --
Blessed assurance: a moral tale / Allan Gurganus --
Long distance / Jane Smiley --
Alma / Jayne Anne Phillips --
1980s. White angel / Michael Cunningham --
Mundo's sign / Bob Shacochis --
The story of my life / Kim Edwards --
Birthmates / Gish Jen --
The year of getting to know us / Ethan Canin --
The zealous mourner / Marly Swick --
The commuter / Colin Harrison --
Planting / Kathryn Harrison --
The Sutton pie safe / Pinckney Benedict --
1990s. Here's your hat what's your hurry / Elizabeth McCracken --
Out of the woods / Chris Offutt --
Open house / Charles D'Ambrosio --
Lilacs / Abraham Verghese --
A hole in the sheets / Susan Power --
Brownsville / Tom Piazza --
Pipa's story / Lan Samantha Chang --
Buckeye the elder / Brady Udall --
Speaking in tongues / ZZ Packer.
Responsabilidade: edited by Tom Grimes.
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"This volume traces the Iowa Writers' Workshop's decade-by-decade evolution from the 1930s through the present. Via an introductory essay by editor Tom Grimes on the nature of genius and whether creative writing can be taught, and original introductions to the forty-three stories, many by the writers themselves, we get a sense of the importance of "The Workshop," as it became known, to the evolution of American writing itself. The forty-three stories at the heart of this book have been carefully selected to, in the editor's words, "attest to the perpetual summer, abundance and variety of Iowa's achievements, proof of its lush resonance in American culture.""--Jacket.

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