By John T. Matthews
This state of the art spouse is a complete source for the examine of the trendy American novel. released at a time whilst literary modernism is being completely reassessed, it displays present investigations into the origins and personality of the circulation as an entire.
- Brings together 28 unique essays from prime scholars
- Allows readers to orient person works and authors of their crucial cultural and social contexts
- Contributes to efforts to get better minority voices, reminiscent of these of African American novelists, and well known subgenres, comparable to detective fiction
- Directs scholars to significant suitable scholarship for additional inquiry
- Suggests the numerous ways in which “modern”, “American” and “fiction” hold new meanings within the twenty-first century
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A Companion to the Modern American Novel 1900 - 1950 by John T. Matthews