- Author:Jonathan Baumbach
- Publisher:NYU Press; First Edition edition (April 1, 1965)
- Pages:1 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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The Landscape of Nightmare: Studies in the Contemporary American Novel (1965). Shots In The Dark: Collected Film Criticism (2017).
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The landscape of nightmare. studies in the contemporary American novel. by Jonathan Baumbach. Published 1966 by P. Owen in London. 20th century, In library, Addresses, essays, lectures, American fiction, Catcher in the rye (Salinger, . History and criticism, Criticism and interpretation, Histoire et critique, Roman americain. There's no description for this book yet.
by Jonathan Baumbach. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780814700310.
The Landscape of Nightmare: Studies in the Contemporary American Novel. Book by Baumbach, Jonathan). The fourteen stories that make up Jonathan Baumbach's eighth book of fiction deals with parents, children, love, basketball, billiards, reading, marriage, divorce-the essentials of everyday life which, through the author's unique strategy of narrative, come to the reader in unexpected ways.
Baumbach, Jonathan 1933– Baumbach's interest in the psychological, first stated in Landscape of Nightmare, is more properly a concern with a liberated.
Baumbach, Jonathan 1933–. Baumbach is an American literary and film critic, a playwright and novelist, and a professor of English. His Landscape of Nightmare is an important critical work. Baumbach is a better writer than the vehicle he has chosen for this book: he has more to say than is made possible by the repetitious, narrowly confined form of his novel. Baumbach's interest in the psychological, first stated in Landscape of Nightmare, is more properly a concern with a liberated working of the imagination, not with clinical abnormality. New York, New York University Press, 1965; London, Owen, 1966. No theory informs the work. It is what it comes to. The Flower and the Leaf: A Contemporary Record of American Writing Since 1941. Ed. Faulkner, Donald . .New York: Viking, 1985. New York: New York University Press, 1965. Diminishing Fictions: Essays on the Modern American Novel and Its Critics. Saint Paul: Graywolf Press, 1988.