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The Cambridge history of American literature. Vol. 6, Prose writing, 1910-1950 /

general editor, Sacvan Bercovitch.

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Names: Bercovitch, Sacvan.
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge Univ. Press, 2002.
Topics: American literature - 20th century - History and criticism.
Genres: Electronic books. | Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Online Access: Cambridge Core - Full text online
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245 04|aThe Cambridge history of American literature.|nVol. 6,|pProse writing, 1910-1950 /|cgeneral editor, Sacvan Bercovitch.
246 30|aProse writing, 1910-1950
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505 00|tA Cultural History of the Modern American Novel: Introduction /|rDavid Minter --|tA Dream City, Lyric Years, and a Great War --|tThe Novel as Ironic Reflection --|tConfidence and Uncertainty in The Portrait of A Lady --|tLines of Expansion --|tFour Contemporaries and the Closing of the West --|tChicago's "Dream City" --|tFrederick Jackson Turner in The Dream City --|tHenry Adams's Education and The Grammar of Progress --|tJack London's Career and Popular Discourse --|tInnocence and Revolt in the "Lyric Years": 1900-1916 --|tThe Armory show of 1913 and the Decline of Innocence --|tThe Play of Hope and Despair --|tThe Great War and The Fate of Writing --|tFiction in a Tme of Plenty --|tWhen the War Was Over: the Return of Detachment --|tThe "Jazz Age" and the "Lost Generation" Revisited --|tThe Perils of Plenty, or How The Twenties Acquired a Paranoid Tilt --|tDisenchantment, Flight, and The Rise of Professionalism in an Age of Plenty --|tClass, Power, and Violence in a New Age --|tThe Fear of Feminization and The Logic of Modest Ambition --|tMarginality and Authority /|rRace, Gender, and Region --|tWar as Metaphor: The Example of Ernest Hemingway --|tThe Fate of Writing During the Great Depression --|tThe Discovery of Poverty and the Return of Commitment --|tThe Search for "Culture" as a Form of Commitment --|tThree Responses: The Examples of Henry Miller, Djuna Barnes, and John Dos Passos --|tResidual Individualism and Hedged Commitments --|tThe Search for Shared Purpose: Struggles on the Left --|tDocumentary Literature and The Disarming of Dissent --|tThe Southern Renaissance: Forms of Reaction and Innovation --|tHistory and Novels /|rNovels and History: The Example of William Faulkner --|tFictions of the Harlem Renaissance --|tA New Negro? /|rRafia Zafar --|tBlack Manhattan --|tAvatars and Manifestos --|tHarlem as A State of Mind: Hughes, McKay, Toomer --|tA New Negro, A New Woman: Larsen, Fauset, Bonner --|t"Dark -- Skinned Selves Without Fear or Shame: Thurman and Nugent" --|tGenre in The Renaissance: Fisher, Schuyler, Cullen, White, Bontemps --|tSouthern Daughter, Native Son: Hurston and Wright --|tBlack Modernism --|tEthnic Modernism --|tIntroduction /|rWerner Sollors --|tGertrude Stein and "Negro Sunshine" --|tEthnic Lives and "Lifelets" --|tEthnic Themes, Modern Themes --|tMary Antin: Progressive Optimism against The Odds --|tWho is "American"? --|tAmerican Languages --|tAll the Past We Leave Behind? Ole E. Rölvaag and the Immigrant Trilogy --|tModernism, Ethnic Labeling, and The Quest for Wholeness: Jean Toomer's New American Race --|tFreud, Marx, Hard-Boiled --|tHemingway Spoken Here --|tHenry Roth: Ethnicity, Modernity, and Modernism --|tThe Clock, The Salesman, and the Breast --|tWas Modernism Antitotalitarian? --|tFacing the Extreme --|tGrand Central Terminal.
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