Definitions; essays in contemporary criticism. First-[second] series.


Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press [1967] .

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Subjects American literature -- History and criticism.
American literature.
Description 2 volumes 20 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
©1922-24
Notes Each volume previously published separately.
Contents Volume 1: I. ON FICTION -- Sentimental America -- Free Fiction -- A Certain Condescension Toward Fiction -- The Essence of Popularity -- II. ON THE AMERICAN TRADITION -- The American Tradition -- Back to Nature -- Thanks to the Artists -- To-Day in American Literature: Addressed to the British -- Time's Mirror -- The Family Magazine -- THE NEW GENERATION -- The Young Romantics -- Puritans All -- The Older Generation -- A Literature of Protest -- Barbarians a la Mode-- THE REVIEWING OF BOOKS -- A Prospectus for Criticism -- The Race of Reviewers -- The Sins of Reviewing -- Mrs. Wharton's "The Age of Innocence" -- Ms. Hergeshheiker's "Cytherea" -- PHILISTINES AND DILETTANTE -- Poetry for the Unpoetical -- Eyes, Ear, and Mind -- Out with the Dilettante -- Flat Prose -- MEN AND THEIR BOOKS -- Conrad and Melville -- The Novelist of Pity -- Henry James -- The Satiric Rage of Butler -- CONCLUSION -- Defining the Indefinable.
Volume 2: LITERATURE TODAY -- The Age of Experiment -- The Expressionists -- Going Deeper -- Outlook and Insight -- Longfellow Junior -- Gin and Nonsense -- The Shortage of Fiction -- AMERICA IN LITERATURE -- Americans in Fiction -- What They See in Us -- A Club Car Homily -- American Style -- Critics from Abroad -- SEX AND THE CENSORSHIP -- Sex in Fiction -- Censorship -- Sterilizing Literature -- Privately Printed -- Crazy Literature -- A Specialist in Sex -- HIGHBROW AND LOWBROW -- White Socks at the Symphony -- Highbrow and Lowbrow -- Curious and True -- Easy Come, Easy Go -- Getting Unstandardized -- Who Speaks for the People? -- If You Must Resolve -- Aristocracy -- STUDIES -- Mark Twain -- A Poet Scientist -- A Man of Letters -- Mr. Wells in Utopia -- VARIOUS REFLECTIONS -- The Drug of Reading -- On Reading Fiercely -- Cultivate Your Garden -- Branford Hill -- The Tragic Muse -- Resist That Impulse -- Statistics -- Are We Educated? -- Literature and the Universities -- ON CRITICISM -- On Criticism -- Fundamentalism -- The Ostrich's Head -- Football and Criticism -- REVIEWS -- Miss Cather's "A Lost Lady" -- Mrs. Atherton's "Black Oxen" -- Sherwood Anderson's "Many Marriages" -- Boswell's "Johnson" -- The Correspondence of James Fenimore Cooper -- LITERARY GEOGRAPHY -- The Golden West -- Mid-West -- The Pacific Northwest -- On Being Provincial -- THE TWENTIETH CENTURY -- Literature in Our Century.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)713636
(OCoLC)ocm00713636
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WorldCat Identities Canby, Henry Seidel, 1878-1961.
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