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The collected essays of Leslie Fiedler.


New York, Stein and Day [1971] .
ISBN 0812813529, 0812813332(v1), 9780812813333, 9780812813524, 0812813332

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Subjects English essays.
Description 2 volumes 22 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Contents volume 1. Part one : An age of innocents -- Hiss, Chambers, and the age of innocence -- Afterthoughts on the Rosenbergs -- McCarthy and the intellectuals -- Part two : Innocence abroad -- Italian pilgrimage : the discovery of America -- The "good American" -- Roman holiday -- Looking backward : America from Europe -- Part three : The end of innocence -- Montana; or the end of Jean-Jacques Rousseau -- Come back to the raft ag'in, Huck honey! -- Images of Walt Whitman -- Some notes on F. Scott Fitzgerald -- Dead-end Werther : the bum as American culture hero -- Adolescence and maturity in the American novel -- No! in thunder -- Introduction to the second edition of No! in Thunder -- Part one : the artist -- Dante : green thoughts in a green shade -- Shakespeare and the paradox of illusion -- Walt Whitman : portrait of the artist as a middle-aged hero -- R.L.S. revisited -- Three Jews : I. Peretz : the secularization of the absurd. II. Kafka and the myth of the Jew. III. Malamud : the commonplace as absurd -- William Faulkner, highbrows' lowbrow -- Three notes on Richard Pennn Warren : I. Toward time's cold womb. II. Seneca in the meat-house. III. Fiction as opera -- Introducing Cesare Pavese -- Part two : The generations -- The ant on the grasshopper -- The search for the thirties -- The un-angry young men -- Class war in British literature -- Leopold and Loeb : a perspective in time -- Part III : The excluded -- Negro and Jew : encounter in America -- The eye of innocence : I. The invention of the child. II. Good good girl and good bad boy. III. Boys will be boys! IV. From redemption to initiation. V. The profanation of the child -- Part four : The theory -- In the beginning was the word -- Archetype and signature.
volume 2. To the Gentiles: Prophet out of Israel -- On living with Simone Weil -- Straddling the wall -- Partisan review: Phoenix or Dodo? -- Saul Bellow -- Jew in the American novel -- Image of Newark and the indignities of life: notes on Philip Roth -- Antic Mailer -- portrait of the middle-aged artist -- Marx and momma -- Some Jewish pop art heroes -- This year we are slaves -- next year we shall be free -- Myths of the Jews on stage and screen -- Crimes and punishments -- Some notes on the Jewish novel in English or looking backward from exile -- Negro and Jew -- Master of dreams : the Jew in a gentile world -- Unfinished business -- Rosenbergs: a dialogue -- Voting and voting studies --tAntiwar novel and The good soldier Schweik -- Two memories : reflections on writers and writing in the thirties -- John Peale Bishop and the other Thirties. Henry Roth's neglected masterpiece. Our country and our culture. Caliban or Hamlet : a study in literary anthropology. Toward a centennial : notes on Innocents abroad -- Shape of Moby Dick -- Pleasures of John Hawkes -- John Barth : an eccentric genius -- Montana : P.S. Montana : P.P.S. Almost Imaginary Interview : Hemingway in Ketchum -- On remembering freshman comp -- Academic irresponsibility -- New mutants -- Cross the border -- close the gap -- Some notes on Ukiyoe : a word on the history of taste and three dissenting opinions middle against both ends -- What shining phantom : writers and the movies -- A night with Mr. Teas. Death of avant-garde literature -- Cross the border -- close the gap -- In quest of George Lippard. Chutzpah and Pudeur.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)153352
(OCoLC)ocm00153352
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WorldCat Identities Fiedler, Leslie A.
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