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Bibliography of American fiction, 1919-1988

Bibliography of American fiction, 1919-1988

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Published by Facts On File in New York .
Written in English

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  • American fiction -- 20th century -- Bibliography.

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    Statementedited by Matthew J. Bruccoli and Judith S. Baughman.. Vol.1, James Agee-John P. Marquand.
    ContributionsBruccoli, Matthew J. 1931-, Baughman, Judith., Facts on File, inc.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22651660M

    Fictional Dialogue Bronwen Thomas Published by University of Nebraska Press Thomas, Bronwen. Fictional Dialogue: Speech and Conversation in the Modern and Postmodern awordathought.com by: 8. Robert Duncan () was born in Oakland and spent most of his life in California. One of the major figures in the San Francisco Renaissance, Duncan, often identified with New American Poetry and the Black Mountain poets, is author of "The Opening of the Field, Roots and Branches, "and "Bending the Bow, " among other works.

    WILLEFORD, Charles (Will Charles, Charles Ray Willeford III) Source for information on Willeford, Charles Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary. Jan 05,  · Robert Duncan (–) was born in Oakland and spent most of his life in California. One of the major figures in the San Francisco Renaissance, Duncan, often identified with Donald Allen's landmark anthology The New American Poetry and the Black Mountain poets, is author of The Opening of the Field, Roots and Branches, and Bending the Bow, among other works.

    The volumes of Facts on File Bibliography of American Fiction were the only ones published of the Facts on File Bibliography Series, a project designed to fulfill the long-standing need for a general bibliography—comparable to New Cambridge Bibliography of English . ADLON, ARTHUR. Pseudonym of (Harold) Keith (Oliver) Ayling, ; other pseudonym: Kaye Ayling, qq.v. Under this pen name, among other adult fiction, the author of a marginally crime-related novel previously included in the Revised Crime Fiction awordathought.com the one indicated with an asterisk (*).


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Bruccoli and The best example of the patient research necessary to produce a comprehensive bibliography, however, are the book reviews Bales gathered, and which may be. While most popular for Kitty Foyle, Morley was thought to be “one of the most versatile authors in his era” (Facts on File: Bibliography of American Fiction, ), able to “do what authors of novel do not invariably succeed in doing: he has given to ordinary things in a novel exactly the mild interest and excitement they have in.

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