Studies in American Naturalism 2.1

 

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Studies in American Naturalism


 
Volume 2, Number 1 Summer 2007


CONTENTS


ESSAYS
Zena Meadowsong
Natural Monsters:  The Genesis and Deformation of the “Experimental Novel”
3
Eric Carl Link
“A Lost Story”: Reflections on Frank Norris as a Short Story Writer
18
Thomas Austenfeld
A Happy Naturalist? Jeremy Bentham and the Cosmic Morality of The Octopus
33
Steven Frye
Cormac McCarthy’s ‘world in its making’: Romantic Naturalism in The Crossing
46

NOTES AND DOCUMENTS
Adam Ruh and Gary Scharnhorst
“Fifteen Minutes on Socialism with Jack London”: A Recovered Interview
66

REVIEWS
Imagining the Primitive in Naturalist and Modernist Literature, by Gina Rossetti
Reviewed by Bob Batchelor
78
Private Fleming at Chancellorsville: The Red Badge of Courage and the Civil War, by Perry Lentz
Reviewed by Cara Erdheim
80
Stephen Crane Remembered, ed. Paul Sorrentino
Reviewed by Dan Colson
83
Sailor on Snowshoes: Tracking Jack London's Northern Trail, by Dick North 
Reviewed by Kevin Hayes
86
A Son of the Middle Border, by Hamlin Garland. Intro. by Keith Newlin
A Daughter of the Middle Border, by Hamlin Garland. Intro. by Keith Newlin
Reviewed by Carol Loranger
88
Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics in 20th-Century African American Literature, by John K. Young
Reviewed by Frank E. Dobson, Jr.
90
Writers and Personality, by Louis Auchincloss
Reviewed by Carol Loranger
93
Bronx Accent: A Literary and Pictorial History of the Borough,
by Lloyd Ultan and Barbara Unger
Reviewed by Dennis Loranger
95

CONTRIBUTORS
98
 

 

 

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