Thomas Wolfe - Literary Criticism - 1983 - 390 pages
Exploring the cultural lives of African slaves in the early colonial Portuguese world, with an emphasis on the more than one million Central Africans who survived the journey ...
Thomas Wolfe, Richard S. Kennedy - Fiction - 1994 - 108 pages
One of the most enduring characters in Thomas Wolfe's fiction is Francis Starwick, the Midwestern aesthete who befriends Eugene Grant at Harvard in Wolfe's second ...
Thomas Wolfe - Fiction - 1989 - 656 pages
Collects all 58 of the distinguished American author's short stories in order of their first publication
Thomas Wolfe - Fiction - 1998 - 711 pages
Novelist George Webber is driven from his hometown when his successful autobiographical novel infuriates the family and friends he has depicted in it
Thomas Wolfe - Fiction - 1994 - 95 pages
Grover Gant, a young boy who died of typhoid fever at the turn of the century, is portrayed through the eyes of family members