Ellen Glasgow and the ironic art of fiction, by Frederick P.W. McDowell.

Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1960.

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Subjects Glasgow, Ellen Anderson Gholson, 1873-1945.
Irony in literature.
Description xi, 292 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 264-280).
Also issued online.
Contents The artist and her time -- Disenchantment and aspiration: early explorations -- "Of brave men and angels": the first chronicles of Virginia -- "The old pagan scorn of everlasting mercy": The deliverance -- Versions of the ideal and of social reality -- Convention and fatality in The miller of Old Church -- "The feminine ideal of the ages": Virginia -- Fiction of the war years and after -- "The perpetual broomsedge": Barren ground -- "The brilliant air of the mind": the comedy of manners -- "The immeasurable joy and anguish of being": The sheltered life -- "Confirmed in fortitude": Vein of iron -- "A shocked atmosphere": In this our life.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)244822
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WorldCat Identities McDowell, Frederick P. W.
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