Literature and ideas in America : essays in memory of Harry Hayden Clark / edited by Robert Falk
- Cady, E. H. Philip Freneau as archetypal American poet.--Doubleday, N. F. Doctrine for fiction in the "North American Review," 1815-1826.--Sealts, M. M. Emerson on the scholar, 1838; a study of "Literary ethics."--Allen, G. W. A new look at Emerson and science.--Kern, A. C. Church, Scripture, nature, and ethics in Henry Thoreau's religious thought.--Rust, R. D. Coverdale's confession; a key to meaning in "The Blithedale romance."--Martin, J. S. The novels of Oliver Wendell Holmes; a re-interpretation.--Baetzhold, H. Mark Twain on scientific investigation; contemporary allusions in "Some learned fables for good old boys and girls."--Macnaughton, W. R. The narrator in Henry James's "The sacred fount."--Davison, R. A. Frank Norris's "The octopus," some obervations on Vanamee, Shilgrim, and St. Paul.--Spencer, B. T. Gertrude Stein, non-expatriate.--Tanselle, G. T. and Wicks, K. A list of the published writings of Harry Hayden Clark, p. 231-242.
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