Makers of the Twentieth-century Novel
Harry Raphael Garvin
Bucknell University Press, 1977 - Literary Criticism - 322 pages
Critically examines the technique, themes, and works of eighteen European and American masters of the novel from James Joyce and Virginia Woolf to John Barth and John Hawkes.
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