The Saturday review gallery; in which some of the outstanding writers of recent years present reminiscences and biographical portraits of important and striking figures who have appeared on or near the literary scene over the past century. Selected from


New York, Simon and Schuster, 1959.

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Other Title Saturday review.
Other Authors Beatty, Jerome,
Subjects American literature -- History and criticism.
American literature.
Authors, American -- Biography.
Authors, American.
Authors, English -- Biography.
Authors, English.
English literature -- History and criticism.
English literature.
Description 481 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes Includes index.
Contents A Briton on a rampage / Michael Sadleir -- Last of the great fairy-talers / Rumer Godden -- St. Elmo, or, Named for a best seller / Earnest Elmo Calkins -- "When in doubt, fight!" / Earl Schenck Miers -- The lost years of W.H. Hudson / Edwin Way Teale and R. Gordon Wasson -- The Eddie Guest of the seventies / Earnest Elmo Calkins -- Matthew Arnold / C.E. Montague -- Ed Howe versus time / Wilbur L. Schramm -- Memories of Oscar Wilde / Ford Madox Ford -- Poetess of passion / Jenny Ballou -- Horatio Alger, Jr. / Frederick Lewis Allen -- Hero of the great know-how / Henry Seidel Canby -- Colonel Wood : grand old rebel / Sara Bard Field -- The incredible Dr. Bell / Irving Wallace -- Watson was a woman / Rex Stout -- Memories of A.E. Housman / Laurence Housman -- Thomas Beer / Monty Woolley and Cary Abbott -- Notes on the failure of a mission / Elmer Davis -- Hardy at Max Gate / H.M. Tomlinson -- "You must dig the bait" / John Masefield -- H.L. : a writing man / Booth Tarkington -- Some literary celebrities I have known / G.K. Chesterton -- The legend of Oliver Herford / Julian Street -- Arnold Bennet / Francis Hackett -- D.H. Lawrence / Richard Aldington -- Memories of Yeats / Mary M. Colum -- Amy Lowell / William Rose Benét -- Gilbert Keith Chesterton / Hilaire Belloc -- Edna St. Vincent Millay / John Ciardi -- Harlem literati in the twenties / Langston Hughes -- Ivan Bunin / Essad Bey -- Fannie Hurst / Zora Neale Hurston -- Frank Crowninshield / Geoffrey T. Hellman -- The Sauk-centricities of Sinclair Lewis / Charles Breasted -- Nobel the prize giver / Harland Manchester -- The Joyce I knew / Oliver St. John Gogarty -- They think they know Joyce / Oliver St. John Gogarty -- "Des Imagistes" / Richard Aldington -- Watch out for Mr. O'Hara / Wolcott Gibbs -- GBS, headmaster to the universe / John Mason Brown -- Tilley the toiler / Russell Maloney -- E.B.W. / James Thurber -- Heywood Broun / Bennett Cerf -- The idler and his works / George Santayana.
A monograph on Mr. Tomlinson / Herman J. Mankiewicz -- Max is eighty / Alan Dent -- Mother nature's brother / J. Bryan, III -- André Gide / Justin O'Brien -- Willa Cather, the sunlit peak / Marion King -- En route to a legend : two interpretations of Thomas Wolfe / Edward C. Aswell, John Skally Terry -- Somerset Maugham / Frank Swinnerton -- Henry L. Mencken / Gerald W. Johnson -- America's philosopher / Max Eastman -- All about Geoffrey T. Hellman -- Ross Lockridge, Jr. : escape from main street / Nanette Kutner -- The literary life at seventy-five / William McFee -- Amy Loveman / Norman Cousins -- Sir Winston Churchill : Nobel prize winner / Samuel Eliot Morison -- Faulkner : sorcerer or slave? / Edith Hamilton -- My father / Monica Mann -- Mister Heggen / Victor Cohn -- Magic of Uncle Remus / Eileen and Robert Mason Pollock -- Poor pilgrim, poor stranger / Robert Tallant -- Walter de la Mare / Laura Benét -- The odyssey of Nikos Kazantzakis / Kimon Friar.
Genre Biography.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area England
United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)355248
(OCoLC)ocm00355248
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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