Love And Death In The American Novel

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Criterion Books, 1960 - American fiction - 603 pages
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User Review  - Jeff Davis - Goodreads

remarkable. makes me want to reread a lot of things. the commentary on Marxism, Queer and African American roles in literature were of particular interest to me. truly enlightening Read full review

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User Review  - Jon - Goodreads

For Fiedler, American literature is the recurring story of men fleeing female-dominated, civilized society for the frontier. Of course it's more complicated than that. The men usually flee in pairs ... Read full review

Contents

PROTOTYPES AND EARLY ADAPTATIONS
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t2 Richardson and the Tragedy of Seduction
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The Bourgeois Sentimental Novel and the Female
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Copyright

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