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A Modern miscellany
Bib ID 2525759
Format BookBook
Description Pittsburgh, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1970 
73 p. 23 cm. 
Series

Carnegie series in English ; no. 11

Full contents
  • On reading Marianne Moore, by A. L. Hayes.
  • Rogue's rum lingo; the language of Stephen, Bloom, and Molly, by E. R. Steinberg.
  • Malamud's Schlemiels, by L. S. Lamdin.
  • Zorba the Greek; the artist and experience, by G. T. Karnezis.
  • Henderson the rain king; a major theme and a technical problem, by J. Baim [and] D. P. Demarest, Jr.
  • Theodore Roethke; the future of a reputation, by R. J. Gangewere.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Literature, Modern - 20th century - History and criticism.

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