Let Us Now Praise Famous Men at 75: Anniversary Essays
Michael A. Lofaro
University of Tennessee Press, 2017 - Literary Collections - 414 pages
"This collection of essays illuminates a multitude of aspects of James Agee and Walker Evans's Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. Among the seventeen essays are the following: David Moltke-Hansen, "Consider the Ancient Generations: Share-Cropping's Strange Compulsion"; Sara Gardner, "A Southerner in New York: James Agee and Literary Manhattan in the 1930s"; David Madden, "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men Is the Moby-Dick of Nonfiction"; Caroline Blinder, "Ruses and Ruminations: The Architecture of Let Us Now Praise Famous Men"; and Jeffrey Couchman, "The Cinematic Eye of James Agee in Let Us Now Praise Famous Men.""--
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.