Writers on America
by George Clack
Publisher: America.gov 2002
Number of pages: 64
Presents 15 essays by a diverse group of contemporary American writers, poets, essayists, and intellectuals, on how being an American has affected their decision to write and what they have written during successful careers. Their meditations illuminate in an interesting way certain American values -- freedom, diversity, democracy, in the context of individual development.
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by Theodore L. Steinberg - Open SUNY Textbooks
The book attempts to make the study of literature more than simply another school subject that students have to take. At a time when all subjects seem to be valued only for their testability, this book tries to show the value of studying literature.
by Caroline F. E. Spurgeon - Cambridge University Press
Author restrict herself to a discussion of that philosophical type of mysticism which concerns itself with questions of ultimate reality. The aim of the book is to consider this subject in connection with great English writers.
by William J. Long - Ginn and Co
The history of English literature from Anglo-Saxon times to the close of the Victorian Era. The book should encourage the desire to read the best books, to interpret literature historically, and show the steady development of our literature.
by M. Michelle Robinson - University of Michigan Press
The book offers new arguments about the origins of detective fiction in the US, tracing the lineage of the genre back to unexpected texts and uncovering how authors made use of the genre's puzzle-elements to explore the dynamics of race and labor.