American novelists since World War II
Gale Research Co., Dec 15, 1978 - Biography & Autobiography - 557 pages
Contains biographical sketches of writers who either began writing novels after 1945 or have done their most important work since then. Extended biographical and critical essays are given for authors who are generally regarded as major forces in contemporary literature, while less elaborate entries are given for other authors based on the author's influence and size of published body of work.
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