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    Edel calls James’s first, or “i

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    who had lived a century earlier. Pr

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    the quiet poverty, loneliness, and

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    TWO WOMENREGIONAL NOVELISTSNovelist

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    CHAPTER6MODERNISM ANDEXPERIMENTATIO

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    more technological, and more mechan

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    erary and social traditions for the

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    (1935), and Parts of a World (1942)

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    themes of Greek tragedy set in ther

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    F. Scott Fitzgerald(1896-1940)Franc

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    where he lived most of his life.Fau

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    John Steinbeck (1902-1968)Like Sinc

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    ZORA NEALE HURSTONPhoto © Carl Van

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    (1928), a winner of the Pulitzer Pr

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    TRADITIONALISMTraditional writers i

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    ground melody. It was experimentalp

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    John Berryman (1914-1972)John Berry

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    poetry writing, for women, as a dan

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    his example and influence.Beat poet

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    acial differences have shaped their

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    Acoma, New Mexico.A central text in

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    Americans, from Harper (a collegepr

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    At the opposite end of the theoreti

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    Robert Penn Warren(1905-1989)Robert

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    was set in Mexico during the revolu

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    ful people whose inner faultsand di

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    veiled account of the life ofBellow

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    (1964), Bullet Park (1969), andFalc

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    eing reported. In The Electric Kool

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    own phrase) in negotiating thechaot

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    the sweep of time from the end of t

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    vivid, and often comic novel is asu

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    sister discovers her inner strength

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    paths of life in his early years,fl

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    acism and adopted the surname ofhis

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    Bishop, generally considered the fi

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    moments of spiritual insight rescue

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    the city in which I love you.And I

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    loads up steep hills on the Greekis

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    Billy Collins (1941- )The most infl

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    in a musicians’ “jam session.

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    with private lives.Influenced by Th

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    ecognition for her Crimes of the He

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    Kennedy as an explosion of frustrat

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    Coast. Cotton and the plantationcul

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    tle, open-ended fiction; recent vol

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    nature essayist Rick Bass (1958- ),

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    AMY TANPhoto: Associated Press /Gra

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    Sherman Alexie (1966- ), aSpokane/C

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    tells the story of an illegal immig

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    GLOSSARYFaust: A literary character

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    GLOSSARYPoet Laureate: An individua

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    INDEXBabbitt (Sinclair Lewis) 60, 7

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    INDEXCummings, Edward Estlin (e.e.

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    INDEXGolden Apples, The (Eudora Wel

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    INDEXKumin, Maxine 90, 130Kushner,

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    INDEX“Negro Speaks of Rivers, The

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