The Merrill studies in U.S.A. /

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Sanders, David, 1926-
Format: Book
Published: Columbus, Ohio : Merrill, [1972]
Series:Charles E. Merrill studies.
Table of Contents:
  • Contemporary reviews: A sad "big parade," by M. Josephson. The end of a trilogy by M. Cowley. Private historian, anonymous. The moods and tenses of John Dos Passos, by G. Hicks. Dos Passos and the U.S.A., by T. K. Whipple. The America of John Dos Passos, by L. Trilling
  • Studies: John Dos Passos and "1919," by J. P. Sartre. From On native grounds, by A. Kazin. From After the lost generation, by J. W. Aldridge. The fulfillment of form in U.S.A., by B. H. Gelfant. From American literary naturalism: a divided stream, by C. C. Walcutt. Reflections on U.S.A. as novel and play, by J. Chametzky. "U.S.A.," by J. H. Wrenn. Voice in the U.S.A. biographies, by G. Knox. Dos Passos's U.S.A.: the words of the hollow men, by J. Lydenberg.