Thomas Wolfe and the politics of modernism

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Peter Lang Publishing, Incorporated, 2001 - Literary Criticism - 156 pages
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The experimental nature of Wolfe's fiction, his troubling associations with other writers and artists, his complicated publishing practices, and the development of his late political conscience are analyzed to reestablish his importance to this historically avant-garde literary movement and to twentieth-century American literature."--BOOK JACKET

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