Reality and myth; essays in American literature in memory of Richmond Croom Beatty. Edited by William E. Walker and Robert L. Welker.

Author
Walker, William Edward [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Nashville, Vanderbilt University Press, 1964.
Description
viii, 312 p. port. 24 cm.

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Subject(s)
Joint ed
Bibliographic references
Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents
Richmond Croom Beatty: a memoir, by D. Davidson.--Richmond Croom Beatty: an estimate, by T. C. Hoepfner.--Selected bibliography of Richmond Croom Beatty, by H. Gower.--Poems, by R. C. Beatty.--Melville's Plotinus Plinlimmon and Pierre, by F. C. Watkins.--The scarlet letter: a Puritan love story, by L. M. Cecil.--Sidney Lanier in C major, by K. England.--Egdon Heath revisited.--Ellen Glasgow's Barren ground, by J. R. Welsh.--John Peale Bishop: a celebration, by E. Haun.--Donald Davidson: The "Long street," by L. Cowan.--The Scottish palimpset in traditional ballads collected in America, by H. Gower.--Jesse Stuart, short story writer, by R. E. Foster.--The novel as Christian comedy, by A. Brown.--Liebestod with a southern accent, by R. L. Welker.--The New Orleans double dealer, by F. B. Durrett.--Prophet next door, by O. B. Emerson.--The unvanquished--the restoration of tradition, by W. E. Walker.
LCCN
63014647
OCLC
269342
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