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Classics and commercials: : a literary chronicle of the forties

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Classics and commercials: : a literary chronicle of the forties
Title
Classics and commercials:
Title remainder
a literary chronicle of the forties
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Archibald MacLeish and the word -- Van Wyck Brooks's second phase -- The boys in the back room: James M. Cain ; n O'Hara ; William Saroyan ; Hans Otto Storm ; John Steinbeck ; Facing the Pacific -- Max Eastman in 1941 -- T.K. Whipple -- The antrobuses and the earwickers -- Alexander Woollcott of the phalanx -- The poetry of Angelica Balabanoff -- Mr. Joseph E. Davies as a stylist -- Thoughts on being bibliographed -- Through the embassy window: Harold Nicolson -- Kay Boyle and the Saturday Evening Post -- The life and times of John Barrymore -- Never apologize, never explain": the art of Evelyn Waugh -- John Mulholland and the art of illusion -- What became of Louis Bromfield -- J. Dover Wilson on Falstaff -- A toast and a tear for Dorothy Parker -- A treatise on tales of horror -- A guide to Finnegans wake -- A novel by Salvador Dali -- A long talk about Jane Austen -- "You can't do this to me!" shrilled Celia -- Aldous Huxley in the world beyond time -- Vladimir Nabokov on Gogol -- Katherine Anne Porter -- A picture to hang in the library: Brooks's Age of Irving -- Why do people read detective stories? -- Bernard Shaw on the training of a statesman -- Reexamining Dr. Johnson -- Leonid Leonov: the sophistication of a formula -- Who cares who killed Roger Ackroyd? -- "Mr. Holmes, they were the footprints of a gigantic hound!"--Glenway Wescott's war work -- A cry from the unquiet grave -- Tales of the marvellous and the ridiculous -- Thackeray's letters: a Victorian document -- Splendors and miseries of Evelyn Waugh -- George Saintsbury's centenary -- Ambushing a best-seller -- The apotheosis of Somerset Maugham -- William Saroyan and his darling old Providence -- Oscar Wilde: One must always seek what is most tragic -- George Grosz in the United States -- An old friend of the family: Thackery -- Gilbert without Sullivan -- George Saintsbury: gourmet and glutton -- Books of etiquette and Emily Post -- A dissenting opinion on Kafka -- Jean-Paul Sartre: the novelist and the existentialist -- The musical glasses of Peacock -- Edith Wharton: a memoir by an English friend -- The sanctity of Baudelaire -- Van Wyck Brooks on the Civil War period -- An analysis of Max Beerbohm -- The original of Tolstoy's Natasha -- The most unhappy man on Earth -- William Faulkner's reply to the civil-rights program -- In memory of Octave Mirbeau -- A reivival of Ronald Firbank -- Paul Rosenfedl: three phases
Action
Legacy
Cataloging source
DLC
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1895-1972
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Wilson, Edmund
Dewey number
804
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS221
LC item number
.W55
Literary form
non fiction
NLM call number
810.4 W74
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Saroyan, William
  • American literature
  • Literature, Modern
Label
Classics and commercials: : a literary chronicle of the forties
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"A selection of ... literary articles written during the nineteen forties."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Facing the Pacific
  • Max Eastman in 1941
  • T.K. Whipple
  • The antrobuses and the earwickers
  • Alexander Woollcott of the phalanx
  • The poetry of Angelica Balabanoff
  • Mr. Joseph E. Davies as a stylist
  • Thoughts on being bibliographed
  • Through the embassy window: Harold Nicolson
  • Kay Boyle and the Saturday Evening Post
  • Archibald MacLeish and the word
  • The life and times of John Barrymore
  • "Never apologize, never explain": the art of Evelyn Waugh
  • John Mulholland and the art of illusion
  • What became of Louis Bromfield
  • J. Dover Wilson on Falstaff
  • A toast and a tear for Dorothy Parker
  • A treatise on tales of horror
  • A guide to Finnegans wake
  • A novel by Salvador Dali
  • A long talk about Jane Austen
  • Van Wyck Brooks's second phase
  • "You can't do this to me!" shrilled Celia
  • Aldous Huxley in the world beyond time
  • Vladimir Nabokov on Gogol
  • Katherine Anne Porter
  • A picture to hang in the library: Brooks's Age of Irving
  • Why do people read detective stories?
  • Bernard Shaw on the training of a statesman
  • Reexamining Dr. Johnson
  • Leonid Leonov: the sophistication of a formula
  • Who cares who killed Roger Ackroyd?
  • The boys in the back room:
  • "Mr. Holmes, they were the footprints of a gigantic hound!"
  • Glenway Wescott's war work
  • A cry from the unquiet grave
  • Tales of the marvellous and the ridiculous
  • Thackeray's letters: a Victorian document
  • Splendors and miseries of Evelyn Waugh
  • George Saintsbury's centenary
  • Ambushing a best-seller
  • The apotheosis of Somerset Maugham
  • William Saroyan and his darling old Providence
  • James M. Cain
  • Oscar Wilde: "One must always seek what is most tragic"
  • George Grosz in the United States
  • An old friend of the family: Thackeray
  • Gilbert without Sullivan
  • George Saintsbury: gourmet and glutton
  • Books of etiquette and Emily Post
  • A dissenting opinion on Kafka
  • Jean-Paul Sartre: the novelist and the existentialist
  • The musical glasses of Peacock
  • Edith Wharton: a memoir by an English friend
  • John O'Hara
  • The sanctity of Baudelaire
  • Van Wyck Brooks on the Civil War period
  • An analysis of Max Beerbohm
  • The original of Tolstoy's Natasha
  • "The most unhappy man on Earth"
  • William Faulkner's reply to the civil-rights program
  • In memory of Octave Mirbeau
  • A revival of Ronald Firbank
  • Paul Rosenfeld: three phases
  • William Saroyan
  • Hans Otto Storm
  • John Steinbeck
Control code
ocm00964373
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
x, 534 pages
Isbn
9780374526672
Lccn
50010620
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)00964373
Label
Classics and commercials: : a literary chronicle of the forties
Publication
Note
"A selection of ... literary articles written during the nineteen forties."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Facing the Pacific
  • Max Eastman in 1941
  • T.K. Whipple
  • The antrobuses and the earwickers
  • Alexander Woollcott of the phalanx
  • The poetry of Angelica Balabanoff
  • Mr. Joseph E. Davies as a stylist
  • Thoughts on being bibliographed
  • Through the embassy window: Harold Nicolson
  • Kay Boyle and the Saturday Evening Post
  • Archibald MacLeish and the word
  • The life and times of John Barrymore
  • "Never apologize, never explain": the art of Evelyn Waugh
  • John Mulholland and the art of illusion
  • What became of Louis Bromfield
  • J. Dover Wilson on Falstaff
  • A toast and a tear for Dorothy Parker
  • A treatise on tales of horror
  • A guide to Finnegans wake
  • A novel by Salvador Dali
  • A long talk about Jane Austen
  • Van Wyck Brooks's second phase
  • "You can't do this to me!" shrilled Celia
  • Aldous Huxley in the world beyond time
  • Vladimir Nabokov on Gogol
  • Katherine Anne Porter
  • A picture to hang in the library: Brooks's Age of Irving
  • Why do people read detective stories?
  • Bernard Shaw on the training of a statesman
  • Reexamining Dr. Johnson
  • Leonid Leonov: the sophistication of a formula
  • Who cares who killed Roger Ackroyd?
  • The boys in the back room:
  • "Mr. Holmes, they were the footprints of a gigantic hound!"
  • Glenway Wescott's war work
  • A cry from the unquiet grave
  • Tales of the marvellous and the ridiculous
  • Thackeray's letters: a Victorian document
  • Splendors and miseries of Evelyn Waugh
  • George Saintsbury's centenary
  • Ambushing a best-seller
  • The apotheosis of Somerset Maugham
  • William Saroyan and his darling old Providence
  • James M. Cain
  • Oscar Wilde: "One must always seek what is most tragic"
  • George Grosz in the United States
  • An old friend of the family: Thackeray
  • Gilbert without Sullivan
  • George Saintsbury: gourmet and glutton
  • Books of etiquette and Emily Post
  • A dissenting opinion on Kafka
  • Jean-Paul Sartre: the novelist and the existentialist
  • The musical glasses of Peacock
  • Edith Wharton: a memoir by an English friend
  • John O'Hara
  • The sanctity of Baudelaire
  • Van Wyck Brooks on the Civil War period
  • An analysis of Max Beerbohm
  • The original of Tolstoy's Natasha
  • "The most unhappy man on Earth"
  • William Faulkner's reply to the civil-rights program
  • In memory of Octave Mirbeau
  • A revival of Ronald Firbank
  • Paul Rosenfeld: three phases
  • William Saroyan
  • Hans Otto Storm
  • John Steinbeck
Control code
ocm00964373
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
x, 534 pages
Isbn
9780374526672
Lccn
50010620
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)00964373

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