The 16 volumes in this set, originally published between 1963 and 1996, explore the American Novel, with a focus on several of the most influential authors in U.S. history. The volumes examine the works of Mark Twain, Edgar Allan Poe, Emily Dickinson, William Faulkner and F. Scott Fitzgerald. The titles in this set also explore the recurring themes in American Literature, particularly that of the ‘American Dream’. This set will be of interest to students of Literature and American History.
Table of Contents
1. Huckleberry Finn Harold Lowther Beaver (1987) 2. The Assimilation Experience of Five American White Ethnic Novelists of the Twentieth Century Betty Ann Burch (1990) 3. Grim Phantasms: Fear in Poe's Short Fiction Michael L. Burduck (1992) 4. Dickinson Scholarship: An Annotated Bibliography 1969-1985 Karen Dandurand (1988) 5. William Faulkner's Characters: An Index to the Published and Unpublished Fiction Thomas E. Dasher (1981) 6. James Fenimore Cooper the Novelist George Dekker (1967) 7. Annotations to William Faulkner's 'The Hamlet' Annotated by Catherine D. Holmes (1996) 8. The American Dream and the Popular Novel Elizabeth Long (1985) 9. The New Mark Twain Handbook E. H. Long and J. R. LeMaster (1985) 10. Herman Melville Desmond Ernest Stewart Maxwell (1968) 11. American Fiction: The Intellectual Background Desmond Ernest Stewart Maxwell (1963) 12. Escape into a Labyrinth: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Catholic Sensibility, and the American Way Benita A. Moore (1988) 13. William Faulkner's 'Absalom, Absalom!': A Critical Casebook Elisabeth Muhlenfeld (1984) 14. Mark Twain's Humor: Critical Essays Edited by David E. E. Sloane (1993) 15. Figures of Division: William Faulkner's Major Novels James A. Snead (1986) 16. Mark Twain I. M. Walker (1970)