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The Resource New England writers and writing, Malcolm Cowley ; edited, and with an introduction by Donald W. Faulkner

New England writers and writing, Malcolm Cowley ; edited, and with an introduction by Donald W. Faulkner

Label
New England writers and writing
Title
New England writers and writing
Statement of responsibility
Malcolm Cowley ; edited, and with an introduction by Donald W. Faulkner
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
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1898-1989
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Cowley, Malcolm
Index
index present
LC call number
PS243
LC item number
.C68 1996
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Faulkner, Donald W
Series statement
Library of New England
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  • American literature
  • New England
  • New England
Label
New England writers and writing, Malcolm Cowley ; edited, and with an introduction by Donald W. Faulkner
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [307]-309) and index
Contents
The Nineteenth century : Hawthorne : Hawthorne in solitude ; The Hawthornes in paradise ; The five acts of the Scarlet letter ; A case for Blithedale ; Mystery at the Old Manse -- The external Emerson -- Melville among his champions -- Whitman : The poet and the mask (excerpts) ; The buried masterpiece (excerpts) -- The real Horatio Alger story -- The two Henry Jameses -- The Twentieth century : Robert Frost: a dissenting opinion -- Edwin Arlington Robinson : defeat and triumph -- Eugene O'Neill in Connecticut -- Hart Crane in search of a home : a memoir -- Van Wyck Brooks's "Usable past" --Two views of George Santayana : At Harvard ; In society -- E.E. Cummings : One man alone ; A farewell to the last Harvard "Dandy" -- S. Foster Damon : the New England voice -- Conrad Aiken : From Savannah to Emerson -- J.P. Marquand : anthropologist of the Boston story -- Thornton Wilder : time abolished -- John Cheever : the novelist's life as a drama -- New England Life : Essays and Reflections : Connecticut Valley -- Town report -- Along the Housatonic -- Election night in Sherman -- Is there still hope for farming in New England? -- A letter on growing melons -- A handful of poems : Boy in sunlight ; The living water ; Natural history ; From where the forest stood ; The urn ; The long voyage -- A conversation between father and son on New England life (with Robert Cowley)
Control code
32589230
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xx, 313 p.
Isbn
9780874517347
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
95011332
Label
New England writers and writing, Malcolm Cowley ; edited, and with an introduction by Donald W. Faulkner
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [307]-309) and index
Contents
The Nineteenth century : Hawthorne : Hawthorne in solitude ; The Hawthornes in paradise ; The five acts of the Scarlet letter ; A case for Blithedale ; Mystery at the Old Manse -- The external Emerson -- Melville among his champions -- Whitman : The poet and the mask (excerpts) ; The buried masterpiece (excerpts) -- The real Horatio Alger story -- The two Henry Jameses -- The Twentieth century : Robert Frost: a dissenting opinion -- Edwin Arlington Robinson : defeat and triumph -- Eugene O'Neill in Connecticut -- Hart Crane in search of a home : a memoir -- Van Wyck Brooks's "Usable past" --Two views of George Santayana : At Harvard ; In society -- E.E. Cummings : One man alone ; A farewell to the last Harvard "Dandy" -- S. Foster Damon : the New England voice -- Conrad Aiken : From Savannah to Emerson -- J.P. Marquand : anthropologist of the Boston story -- Thornton Wilder : time abolished -- John Cheever : the novelist's life as a drama -- New England Life : Essays and Reflections : Connecticut Valley -- Town report -- Along the Housatonic -- Election night in Sherman -- Is there still hope for farming in New England? -- A letter on growing melons -- A handful of poems : Boy in sunlight ; The living water ; Natural history ; From where the forest stood ; The urn ; The long voyage -- A conversation between father and son on New England life (with Robert Cowley)
Control code
32589230
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xx, 313 p.
Isbn
9780874517347
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
95011332

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