Essays mostly on periodical publishing in America : a collection in honor of Clarence Gohdes. / Edited by James Woodress with the assistance of Townsend Ludington and Joseph Arpad
- Woodress, James Leslie
- Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 1973.
- Physical Description:
- xiv, 229 pages ; 25 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Gohdes, Clarence, 1901-1997
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- Stovall, F. Whitman and the poet in Leaves of Grass.--Leary, L. The congenial few: an expatriate diary, 1854-1855.--Brown, H. Charles Brockden Brown's The story of Julius: Rousseau and Richardson "improved".--Randall, R. C. Joseph Dennie's literary attitudes in the Port folio, 1801-1812.--Anderson, C. R. Thoreau and The Dial: the apprentice years.--King, K. Local color and the rise of the American magazine.--Moore, R. S. Paul Hamilton Hayne and northern magazines, 1866-1886.--Holman, H. R. Magazine editors and the stories of Thomas Nelson Page's late flowering.--Saler, E. C. and Cady, E. H. The St. Nicholas and the serious artist.--Woodress, J. The pre-eminent magazine genius: S. S. McClure.--Pizer, D. A summer at Maumee: Theodore Dreiser writes four stories.--Holman, C. H. Thomas Wolfe, Scribner's Magazine, and "the b[l]est nouvelle".--Clarence Louis Frank Gohdes: Chronology and bibliography (p. -225).
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