5 edition of novel and the American left found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Janet Galligani Casey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
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The first collection of critical essays to focus specifically on the fiction produced by American novelists of the Depression era, The Novel and the American Left contributes substantially to the newly emerging emphasis on twentieth-century American literary radicalism. Recent studies have recovered this body of work and redefined in historical and theoretical terms its vibrant.
The novel was intended as a moving, albeit action-filled, tribute to immigrants who make the journey to the US border, and at first it seemed it was destined to be a huge cultural success.
The book sold for a reported 7-figure sum and a movie adaptation seemed inevitable. Oprah Winfrey read a galley of the book and praised it. Minus this being a former library book, this used hardcover copy of The Left-Hand Way: A Novel (American Craft Series) is action-packed and interesting follow up in this book trilogy I my option.
Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. got2dance. out of 5 /5(23). Although it is not strictly necessary to have read Doyle's first book American Craftsmen, it is hightly recommended.
Before, all the action was set in the United States. Doyle takes a decidedly international bend, with the Left-Hand Way begins with adventures in England, Turkey, Greece, Japan, and the Ukraine before returning home/5. American Gods () is a fantasy novel by British author Neil novel is a blend of Americana, fantasy, and various strands of ancient and modern mythology, all centering on the mysterious and taciturn Shadow.
The book was published in by Headline in the United Kingdom and by William Morrow in the United States. It gained a positive critical response and Author: Neil Gaiman. Shadow is an ex-convict who is released from prison three days early when his wife Laura is killed in a car accident.
Shadow is devastated by her death, and is distraught to learn that she died alongside his best friend Robbie, with whom she had been having an affair.