The Thomas Wolfe reader. Edited, with an introduction and notes, by C. Hugh Holman.

; Holman, C. Hugh (Clarence Hugh), 1914-1981
New York, Scribner [1962] .

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Other Authors Holman, C. Hugh 1914-1981.
Subjects American fiction -- 20th century.
American fiction.
Autobiographical fiction, American.
Description 690 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Contents pt. 1. Look homeward angel -- A window on all time -- The return of the far-wanderer -- The meadows of sensation -- The angel on the porch -- The paper route -- The world of books -- April in Altamont -- Louise in Charleston -- Love in the enchanted wood -- The death of Ben Gant -- The vision in the square -- part 2. Of time and the river -- Flight before fury -- The place of deathless moments -- The death of W.O. Gant -- Professor Hatcher's celebrated course -- A portrait of Abraham Jones -- The house of the far and the lost -- The sun and the rain -- The dream of time -- part 3. From death to morning -- The face of the war -- Only the dead know Brooklyn -- Dark in the forest, strange as time -- The far and the near -- In the park -- part 4. The web and the rock -- The child by tiger -- Alone -- Oktoberfest -- part 5. You can't go home again -- Nebraska crane -- Boom town -- "The hollow men" -- The promise of America -- Credo -- part 6. The hills beyond -- The lost boy -- God's lonely man.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)291033
(OCoLC)ocm00291033
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1938.
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