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THE AMERICAN NOVEL
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aesthetic Age of Innocence American novel art of fiction artist Babbitt beginning Cabell's character chiefly Clyde complex concern consciousness contemporary Cowperwood criticism crucial death decade defeat detail dialogue document dramatic Dreiser earlier earnest Edith Wharton effect Ellen Glasgow experience exploited fact failure Farewell to Arms Farrell Faulkner feeling Fitzgerald Gatsby genuine Gertrude Stein Hemingway Hemingway's Henry James hero heroics Howells Howells's ideal ideological important insight intellectual intelligence interest James's kind least leftist Lewis's literary literature manner materials McTeague meaning Mencken ment mind Miss Cather Miss Glasgow modern American fiction moral narrative naturalist nature novelists Passos point of view portrayal postwar prairie problem purpose reader rhetoric Romantic Comedians scene Scott Fitzgerald seemed seen sense served setting social society Steinbeck story strategy Studs Lonigan style subtlety success Sun Also Rises symbolic T. S. Stribling talent theme thing tion tradition tragedy victim weakness Willa Cather writing young