Studies in American Naturalism 3.2

 

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Studies in American Naturalism


 
Volume 3, Number 2 Winter 2008


CONTENTS


ESSAYS

Annette R. Dolph
Contextualizing the Garden: The Ambiguity of Nature in Dreiser’s The Bulwark

103

Donald Pizer
Otto Weininger and the Sexual Dynamics of Theodore Dreiser’s The “Genius”

120

Kelly Clasen
In an Open Boat with Harry “Rabbit” Angstrom

131
James R. Giles
The Multilayered Determinism of Richard Price’s Bloodbrothers
and Larry Brown’s Father and Son
147
NOTES & DOCUMENTS

Gary Scharnhorst
Skirmishes in the Naturalism War: Julian Hawthorne and Jack London

171

REVIEWS

The Genius, by Theodore Dreiser. Edited by Clare Virginia Eby
Theodore Dreiser: A Picture and a Criticism of Life
by Theodore Dreiser. Edited by Donald Pizer
Theodore Dreiser: Letters to Women, by Theodore Dreiser.  
Edited by Thomas P. Riggio
Reviewed by Stephen C. Brennan

177

Memorial Boxes and Guarded Interiors: Edith Wharton and Material Culture
edited by Gary Totten
Reviewed by Katherine Fusco

186

Hotel de Dream: A New York Novel, by Edmund White
Reviewed by Robert M. Dowling

188

A Summer to Be, A Memoir by the Daughter of Hamlin Garland,
by Isabel Garland Lord. Edited by Keith Newlin
Reviewed by Roark Mulligan

192

The Radical Jack London: Writings on War and Revolution
edited by Jonah Ruskin
Reviewed by Taylor Parson

195

Apostles of Modernity: American Writers in the Age of Development
by Guy Reynolds
Reviewed by Andrew Strombeck

198

Theodore Dreiser’s “Dawn”—The Formation of a Mind: 
An Autobiographical Representation
, by Nadja Firner
Reviewed by Roger W. Smith

201

CONTRIBUTORS
203
 

 

 

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