Violence in modern literature [by] James A. Gould [and] John J. Iorio.
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Iorio, John J.
Readers -- Violence.
Violence in literature.
203 p. 23 cm.
The dark heart of American history, by A. Schlesinger, Jr.--Violence and man's struggle to adapt, by M. F. Gilula and D. N. Daniels.--What violence is, by N. Garver.--Preliminary theoretical considerations concerning the justification of violence, by R. Audi.--Non-violence is the way, by M. L. King, Jr.--From Man's fate, by A. Malraux.--The Prussian officer, by D. H. Lawrence.--Dry September, by W. Faulkner.--Prischepa, by I. Babel.--I hate everything which is not in myself, by N. Mailer.--Crime at the tennis club, by A. Moravia.--From The possessed, by F. Dostoevsky.--A good man is hard to find, by F. O'Connor.--What we don't know hurts us, by M. Schorer.--Further readings on violence (p. 202)
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