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American Fiction Between The Wars


America in the 1920s and '30s saw the emergence of some of the best-known writers of the modern generation: John Steinbeck, Ernest Hemingway, and William Faulkner.



The "tragic pastoral" / Sergio Perosa
Sherwood Anderson : American mythopoeist / Benjamin T. Spencer 
Sinclair Lewis and the implied America / James Lea 
The fully matured art : The grapes of wrath / Howard Levant
Dos Passos's U.S.A. : chronicle and performance / Charles Marz
Modernism : the case of Willa Cather / Phyllis Rose
Metaphor, metonymy, and voice in Zora Neale Hurston's Their eyes were watching God / Barbara Johnson 
De profundis : The sound and the fury I / Max Putzel 
Fitzgerald and Cather : The great Gatsby / Tom Quirk
Clarity returns : Ida and The geographical history of America / Randa Dubnick 
The expatriate predicament in The sun also rises / Robert A. Martin 
Writing the long desire : the function of sehnsucht in The great Gatsby and Look homeward, angel / D. G. Kehl
Order and will in A farewell to arms / Ronald Berman 
Lost gods : Pan, Milton, and the pastoral tradition in Thomas Wolfe's O lost / Lisa Kerr 
Youth culture and the spectacle of waste : This side of paradise and The beautiful and damned / Kirk Curnutt

A Yoknapatawpha pantheon : Light in August / Ryuichi Yamaguchi.

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