- Author:Raymond M. Olderman
- Publisher:Yale University Press; New edition edition (July 27, 1973)
- Pages:258 pages
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Olderman, Raymond M. Discusses the novels of Ken Kesey, Stanley Elkin, John Barth, Joseph Heller, Thomas Pynchon, John Hawkes, Kurt Vonnegut J. and Peter S. Beagle. Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-252).
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Beyond the waste land. a study of the American novel in the nineteen-sixties. Published 1972 by Yale University Press in New Haven. American fiction, History and criticism, Roman americain, Criticism and interpretation, Nineteen sixties. Bibliography: p. 243-252.
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Beyond the Waste Land: The American Novel in the Nineteen-Sixties. This article examines the so-called Creole kinship in American novels during the nineteenth century. February 1974 · College English. Creole Kinship: Privacy and The Novel in the New World. It argues in the first instance that the political origins of the novel are the source of the genre's ability to conduct experiments in imagining subjectivity, the space of interior thought and feeling. The article investigates why novels about New World families knock notions of liberal. of the Sixties hasn't yet been taken seriously; this excellent book is an indispens–. A. Study of the American Novel in tfie Nineteen-Sixties. A valuable survey of some recent novels that reflect the dominance of fable over. Yale University Press New Haven and London.