The Ferment Of Realism

Author: Warner Berthoff
Editor: New York : Free Press
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Named persons: William Dean Howells; Mark Twain; Kate Chopin; Henry James; Henry Adams; Frank Norris; Stephen Crane; Theodore Dreiser; Jack London; Gertrude Stein; Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow; Willa Cather; Edwin Arlington Robinson; Robert Frost; Vachel Lindsay; Carl Sandburg; Edgar Lee Masters.
The Ferment of Realism
Language: en
Pages: 330
Authors: Warner Berthoff, Warner Bement Berthoff
Categories: American literature
Type: BOOK - Published: 1965 - Publisher: New York : Free Press

Named persons: William Dean Howells; Mark Twain; Kate Chopin; Henry James; Henry Adams; Frank Norris; Stephen Crane; Theodore Dreiser; Jack London; Gertrude Stein; Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow; Willa Cather; Edwin Arlington Robinson; Robert Frost; Vachel Lindsay; Carl Sandburg; Edgar Lee Masters.
The Ferment of Realism
Language: en
Pages: 330
Authors: Warner Berthoff
Categories: American literature
Type: BOOK - Published: 1981 - Publisher:

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The Ferment of Realism
Language: en
Pages: 330
Authors: Warner Berthoff
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 1981-07-31 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press

This book traces the central developments in American literature between and 1919. It opens with an account of the consolidation of realism as the dominant standard of critical value and brings the reader forward to the moment, at the end of World War I, when American writers began to take
The Problem of American Realism
Language: en
Pages: 245
Authors: Michael Davitt Bell
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 1993 - Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Ever since William Dean Howells declared his "realism war" in the 1880s, literary historians have regarded the rise of "realism" and "naturalism" as the great development in American post-Civil War fiction. Yet there are many problems with this generalization. It is virtually impossible, for example, to extract from the novels