The Inmost Leaf: A Selection of Essays
One of America's foremost literary critics presents twenty-eight essays on American and European writers, including Joyce, Flaubert, Fitzgerald, Melville, Dostoevsky, and Faulkner.
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The Death of James Joyce
Our Passion Is Our Task
Proust in His Letters
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