4 edition of American Novelists Since World War II found in the catalog.
American Novelists Since World War II
December 1996 by Thomson Gale .
Written in English
|Contributions||James Richard Giles (Editor), Wanda H. Giles (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||379|
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Get this from a library. American novelists since World War II. [Jeffrey Helterman; Richard Layman;] -- Contains alphabetically arranged entries that provide career biographies of eighty American authors who either began writing novels after or have done their most important work since then; each.
Since World War II, Jewish-American novelists have significantly contributed to the world of literature. This reference book includes alphabetically arranged entries for more than 75 Jewish-American novelists whose major works were largely written after World War II.
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Catch is a satirical, historical novel by the American author Joseph Heller, first published in The novel, set during the later stages of World. Since World War II, Jewish-American novelists have significantly contributed to the world of literature.
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Boston University Libraries. Services. Navigate; Linked Data; Dashboard; Tools / Extras; Stats; Share. Social. Mail. American novelists since World War II. Detroit: Gale Research. MLA Citation. Giles, James Richard. and Giles, Wanda H. American novelists since World War II. Third series / edited by James R.
Giles and Wanda H. Giles Gale Research Detroit Australian/Harvard Citation. Giles, James Richard. John Simmons Barth (/ bɑːrθ /; born ) is an American writer who is best known for his postmodernist and metafictional fiction.
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Burroway's published oeuvre includes eight novels, memoirs, short stories, poems, translations, plays, two children's books, and two how-to books about the craft of writing. Her novel The Buzzards was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.
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Individuals were dispersed; the rationing of paper affected the production of magazines and books; and the poem and the short story, convenient forms for men under arms, became the. Greiner, Donald J. American poets since World War II / edited by Donald J.
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American literature - American literature - The novel and short story: Two distinct groups of novelists responded to the cultural impact, and especially the technological horror, of World War II. Norman Mailer’s The Naked and the Dead () and Irwin Shaw’s The Young Lions () were realistic war novels, though Mailer’s book was also a novel of ideas, exploring fascist.
Book awards: The Modern Library: the best novels in English since American Booksellers Book of the Year. Weatherford Award. Robert F. Kennedy Book Award. World War II, British Home Front. American Civil War.
Huwelijk van Charles and Diana. Rebellion. World Wars. Analysis of Margaret Walker’s Jubilee (), the first critically acclaimed Civil War novel by an African American woman of the South, as well as other post–World War II works by Kaye Gibbons, Josephine Humphreys, and Alice Randall, offers a fitting conclusionCited by: 2.
All wars change society and hence leave an indelible imprint on literary culture. World War II, which produced Norman Mailer's classic war novel, ''The Naked and the Dead,'' also produced Kurt.
Vance Bourjaily, a novelist whose literary career, like those of Norman Mailer and James Jones, emerged out of World War II and whose ambitious novels explored American themes for decades.
J anuary 27 is becoming a black-letter day in American literature. On that day inJohn Updike died and, this year, the first anniversary. "This wonderfully descriptive book deconstructs how Americans themselves— political leaders, novelists, journalists, economists, sociologists, historians, theologians, even songwriters—explained American purpose and preeminence after World War II and then accounted for their erosion after Vietnam."—J.
Garry Clifford, The Annals of the. Properly speaking, the American novelist didn’t get back to himself, as an independent creator, until after World War II.
By and large, the ’s was a period in which many writers sacrificed their individuality, became more conscious of society than of themselves. More editions of DLB 2: American Novelists since World War II, First Series (Dictionary of Literary Biography): DLB 2: American Novelists since World War II, First Series (Dictionary of Literary Biography): ISBN () Hardcover, Gale Research Inc, You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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