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World War I and the American novel.

Author: Stanley Cooperman
Publisher: Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [1967]
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Cooperman, Stanley.
World War I and the American novel.
Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [1967]
(OCoLC)567933010
Named Person: Elliot Paul; William Faulkner; John Dos Passos; Willa Cather; James Stevens; Thomas Boyd; Ernest Hemingway; Stephen Crane; E E Cummings; James Baldwin; Theodore Fredenburgh
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stanley Cooperman
OCLC Number: 269388
Description: xii, 273 pages 24 cm
Contents: Foreword --
I. The bold journey --
Toward the crusade --
Propoganda: the machine, the crusade, and the Teutonic beast --
All the brave young men --
II. The broken world --
Expectation and reality --
Fighting --
Soldiering --
Believing --
Loving --
III. Heroes --
The war lover: Claude (Willa Cather) --
Scar tissue: Zorn (Theodore Fredenburgh) --
Success story: Richard Savage (John Dos Passos) --
Babbitt in khaki: Mattack (James Stevens) --
The subterraneans: Irwin and Fuselli (Elliot Paul, John Dos Passos) --
IV. Limbo --
A world withdrawn: Mahon and Hicks (William Faulkner, Thomas Boyd) --
V. Antiheroes --
Between tears and laughter: E.E. Cummings --
The aesthetic rebellion: John Andrews (John Dos Passos) --
Death and cojones: Frederic Henry (Ernest Hemingway) --
VI. Impact, war, and the critics: a summing up --
Criticism and the two wars --
Interwar and the humanist protest --
Critical revisionism: World War II --
Negation and nostalgia: the recollection of impact.

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