2 edition of hour of the American novel found in the catalog.
hour of the American novel
Grant Martin Overton
|Statement||by Grant Overton.|
|LC Classifications||PS371 .O8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||29027522|
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I am a big fan of Thrity Umrigar’s novels, I thoroughly enjoyed both her fiction novel, The World We Found, and her memoir, First Darling of the Morning. So when I saw her newest novel, The Story Hour on the TLC Book Tour schedule, I promptly signed up. At the outset of his book Delbanco documents the ubiquity of Moby Dick (both the character and the novel). It’s a theme that Delbanco first tried out in the New York Times column.
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In Ann Petry’s novel “The Street,” which chronicles an African American woman’s pursuit of the American dream, the main character’s predicament is not unlike that of many workers today. This lecture, marking World Book Day, considera some of the forms the Great American Novel has taken in its year history and ask what social.
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