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American Short Story, 1945-1980: A Critical History
Gordon Weaver (au). These critical essays offer a satisfying assessment of the trends & traditions of the American short story since World War II. A dynamic mode of literary expression since its beginnings, the American short story has moved from a realistic analysis of American manners & mores to its current focus on experimental techniques. No other genre so closely reflects our national temperament. Literary masters like Cheever, Updike, Malamud, Barthelme, O’Connor & Oates are discussed, in addition to young or previously uncelebrated writers of comparable excellence. Includes selected bibliographies. For the student & scholar alike.
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