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  1. Constructing the German Walt Whitman

    ... “This is the most illuminating study ever written about how an American writer has been absorbed into another culture. This book ...

    kraken - March 2018

  2. Of Cabbages and Kings County

    ... works wonderfully as a text brimming with new insights about Brooklyn's development in the 19th century.”— New York Times Book ...

    kraken - March 2018

  3. The Long White

    ... collection are solid as ice. . . . Dilworth writes about these people with a clean, clear understanding of the kind of cold that ...

    kraken - March 2018

  4. The Homeless of "Ironweed"

    ... Ironweed in a richly nuanced context of major ideas about human nature and experience without recourse to the narrow and wholly ...

    kraken - March 2018

  5. The Writing Path 1

    “For anyone curious about the stumbling, the groping, and the glimmers of brilliance of our most ...

    kraken - March 2018

  6. Stories We Tell Ourselves

    ... is a marvelous inquiry into what dreams can tell us about ourselves—in short, that some vast part of our experience, cut off from ...

    athmas - March 2018

  7. And the Monkey Learned Nothing

    ... a street tout—and Lutz has a bit of the trickster about him, so surprises are often mutual—each small encounter speaks volumes. ...

    adncn - March 2018

  8. Writing the Lost Generation

    ... lawns and narrow minds.” Much of what we know about these iconic literary figures comes from their own published letters and ...

    kraken - March 2018

  9. Meyerhold

    ... “Braun has produced a work that is as much about what is arguably one of the most important periods in the cultural ...

    kraken - March 2018

  10. Negative Poetics

    ... fiction and the paranoid syndrome, he makes telling points about the work of many writers, including Shakespeare, Hawthorne, Melville, ...

    kraken - March 2018