The Collected Essays of Elizabeth Hardwick

The Collected Essays of Elizabeth Hardwick

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"Collection of Elizabeth Hardwick's essays"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York :, New York Review Books,, [2017]
ISBN: 9781681371542
Characteristics: xix, 610 pages ; 21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Pinckney, Darryl 1953-- Editor
Contents: Machine generated contents note: To the Point: Selected Essays of Elizabeth Hardwick
1. The Decline of Book Reviewing
2. Anderson, Millay, and Crane in Their Letters
3. William James: An American Hero
4. Mary McCarthy
5. The Neglected Novels of Christina Stead
6. Memoirs, Conversations and Diaries
7. George Eliot's Husband
8. Loveless Love: Graham Greene
9. America and Dylan Thomas
10. The Subjection of Women
11. Simone Weill
12. Uncollected Stories of Faulkner
13. Meeting VS Naipaul
14. Ring Lardner
15. Robert Frost in His Letters
16. Domestic Manners
17. Thomas Mann at 100
18. Wives and Mistresses
19. Nabokov: Master Class
20. Bartleby in Manhattan
21. The Sense of the Present
22. Fiction
23. English Visitors in America
24. Letters of Delmore Schwartz
25. Mrs. Wharton in New York
26. On Washington Square
27. The Genius of Margaret Fuller
28. Gertrude Stein
29. Djuna Barnes: The Fate of the Gifted
30. Katherine Anne Porter
31. Wind from the Prairie (Masters, Sandburg,)
32. Edmund Wilson
33. Norman Mailer: The Teller and the Tape
34. Mary McCarthy in New York
35. The Magical Prose of Poets: Elizabeth Bishop
36. Tru Confessions (Capote)
37. Melville: Redburn
38. Thomas Wolfe
39. Sinclair Lewis
40. Nathaniel West
41. Henry James
42. Tess Slesinger
43. Schhedrin
44. Boston
45. After Watts
46. Selma
47. The Emigre.
Summary: "Collection of Elizabeth Hardwick's essays"-- Provided by publisher.


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