Seasoned Authors for a New Season: The Search for Standards in Popular Writing : a Question of Quality #2
This collection of essays probes the values in a variety of authors who have had in common the fact of popularity and erstwhile reputation. Why were they esteemed? Who esteemed them? And what has become of their reputations, to readers, to the critic himself? No writer here has been asked to justify the work of his subject, and reports and conclusions about this wide variety of creative writers vary, sometimes emphasizing what the critic believes to be enduring qualities in the subject, in several cases finding limitations in what that writer has to offer us today.
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Pilgrims in the Waste Land
Hemingway and Ethnics
Would 25Cent Press Keep Gatsby in the Public Eye
Chester Himes Harlem Tough Guys
The First Phase
Ken Kesey John Updike and The Lone Ranger
The Salinger Story Or Have It Your
Can He Still Help
Cabell Rhymes with Rabble
Trilling vs Dreiser 152 On Our Own Trilling vs Dreiser
Ross Macdonald as Canadian Mystery Writer
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