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Forms of modern fiction :

essays collected in honor of Joseph Warren Beach /
ed. by William Van O'Connor.
Main Creator: University of Minnesota.
Contributors: O'Connor, William Van, 1915-1966.
Format: BOOK
Published / Created: Minneapolis : Univ. of Minnesota Press, [1948]
Notes:Physical description: 305 p. ; 23 cm. (8vo)
Table of Contents:
The novel in our time, by W. V. O'Connor.
Technique as discovery, by Mark Schorer.
Techniques of fiction, by Allen Tate.
The witness of the Notebooks, by J. W. Beach.
James Joyce: the artist as exile, by David Daiches.
D. H. Lawrence's sensibility, by Francis Fergusson.
Scott Fitzgerald: the authority of failure, by William Troy.
Ernest Hemingway: the failure of sensibility, by R. B. West, Jr.
The Brontës; or, Myth domesticated, by Richard Chase.
Ulysses, order, and myth, by T. S. Eliot.
William Faulkner, by R. P. Warren.
Manners, morals, and the novel, by Lionel Trilling.
The revival of E. M. Forster, by E. K. Brown.
André Gide and the problem of form in the novel, by Carlos Lynes, Jr.
Aldous Huxley and the novel of ideas, by F. J. Hoffman.
Tone in A la recherche du temps perdu, by C. W. M. Johnson.
The turn of the screw as poem, by R. B. Heilman.
Life, art, and "The secret sharer," by R. W. Stallman.
For Virginia Woolf, by Warren Beck.
The naturalism of Vandover and the brute, by C. C. Walcutt.
The meaning of Robert Penn Warren's novels, by Eric Bentley.
Graham Greene, by M. D. Zabel.
A note on fiction, by C. H. Rickword.