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    Haskell M. Block
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Triptych: The Fictive and the Real in Zola, Mann, and Dreiser.

Naturalistic Triptych: The Fictive and the Real in Zola, Mann, and Dreiser. Provenance; from the personal library of Professor Lloyd Austin, University of Manchester. Physical description; viii, 114 p. ; 21 cm. Notes; SIGNED and inscribed by the author. Bibliography: p. -110. Subjects; Zola, Émile (1840-1902). Mann, Thomas (1875-1955). Dreiser, Theodore (1871-1945). Zola, Emile (1840-1902).

Naturalistic triptych. the fictive and the real in Zola, Mann, and Dreiser. Published 1970 by Random House in New York. Zola, Emile, 1840-1902. L'assommoir, Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945. An American tragedy, Naturalisme dans la littérature, Mann, Thomas, 1875-1955. the fictive and the real in Zola, Mann and Dreiser. Naturalism in literature.

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Realism and Naturalism in Nineteenth Century American Literature. Naturalistic Triptych: The Fictive and the Real in Zola, Mann, and Dreiser. Mod lang j. James L. Green

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Haskell Mayer Block, American humanities educator. Block, Haskell Mayer was born on June 13, 1923 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Associate of Arts, North Park College, 1942.

Zola was deeply conscious of these movements toward naturalism, toward . He wrote a cycle of twenty novels under the rubric of Les Rougon-Macquart, concerning the two branches of a family, the Rougons and the Macquarts.

Zola was deeply conscious of these movements toward naturalism, toward the restriction of one’s inquiries to the realm of nature (the realm of science, as opposed to the realm of supernature or the supernatural), and he saw naturalistic literature as merely a natural extension and completion of a far broader positivistic movement in recent history.

Dreiser’s youth and early manhood prepared him for the themes he. .

Dreiser’s youth and early manhood prepared him for the themes he developed. His unstable home life; the dichotomy established between a loving, permissive mother and a narrow, bigoted, dogmatic, penurious father; abject poverty; and his own desires for affluence, acceptance, sexual satisfaction, and recognition were all parts of his fictional commonplace book. Jennie is also the product of Dreiser’s early family life, of his sisters’ fatal attraction to men and the natural result. He has a real need for Jennie and a fatherly attachment to her. Jennie, who is more than the fallen angel as some have seen her, responds in kind.

Provenance; from the personal library of Professor Lloyd Austin, University of Manchester. Physical description; viii, 114 p. ; 21 cm. Notes; SIGNED and inscribed by the author. Bibliography: p. [99]-110. Subjects; Zola, Émile (1840-1902). - Assommoir. Mann, Thomas (1875-1955). - Buddenbrooks. Dreiser, Theodore (1871-1945). - American tragedy. Zola, Emile (1840-1902). - Assommoir. Mann, Thomas (1875-1955). Dreiser, Theodore (1871-1945). Zola, Émile (1840-1902). Naturalism in literature.