Great American Writers: Twentieth Century - Vol. 7

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Index
Page numbers in boldface type indicate article titles. Page numbers in italic type indicate illustrations.
Achclous and Hercules (painting), 959
Across Spoon River (Masters), 945, 946, 949, 950, 952, 954, 959
Actfive and Other Poems (MacLeish), 896, 901
All the Pretty Horses (McCarthy), 961, 965, 968, 969–70
All the Pretty Horses (McCarthy; screenplay), 964, 965, 970
American Buffalo (Mamet), 927, 929, 931, 935, 936–39
[American Letter] (MacLeish), 902
American Rudder (painting), 937
[Angel Levine] (Malamud), 924
[Anne Rutledge] (Masters), 957–58
[Ars Poética] (MacLeish), 902
Assistant, The (Malamud), 909, 912, 913, 916, 917, 918, 919–20, 922, 923
Ballad of the Sad Café, The (McCullers), 977, 979, 981, 982, 984–86, 989
Baseball at Night (painting), 923
[Batard] (London), 884
Beckman, William, 934
Before Adam (London), 876, 879
Benton, Thomas Hart, 959
Birthday Dress, The (painting), 981
Black, La Verne Nelson, 1003
Blood Meridian: Or; The Evening Redness in the West (McCarthy), 961, 964, 968, 969, 970–71
Book of Verses, A (Masters), 950, 954
Border Trilogy, The (McCarthy), 961, 964, 968, 970
[Broken Promise] (MacLeish), 898
Brook, Alexander, 980
Buffalo Nickel (painting), 938
Cabin, The: Reminiscence and Diversions (Mamet), 930, 935
Call of the Wild, The (London), 869, 873, 874, 876, 877, 879, 884–85, 886, 887
Camel (Mamet), 928, 931, 935
Catlin, George, 999
Ceremonial at Black Lake (painting), 1003
Child of God (McCarthy), 963, 965, 970, 973
Children of the Market Place (Masters), 950, 954
Cities of the Plain (McCarthy), 964, 965, 970
Clock Without Hands (McCullers), 978, 979, 983, 985, 990–91
Collected Poems, 1917–1952 (MacLeish), 895, 896, 901
Collected Poems, 1917–1982 (MacLeish), 895, 900–903, 906
Complete Stones, The (Malamud), 918, 924
Conquistador (MacLeish), 891, 894, 895, 900, 901
Conversation (painting), 928
Cortes Enters Mexico (painting), 900
Crossing, The (McCarthy), 964, 965, 967, 970
Cruise of the Dazzler, The (London), 879, 880
Cryptogram, The (Mamet), 933, 935, 942–43
Daughter of the Snows, A (London), 874, 879, 880
Descent (painting), 907
Dickinson, Ross, 974
Dinnerstein, Simon, 981
Dogs Resting, Greenland (painting), 886
Domesday Book (Masters), 950, 954
Drifter (painting), 969
Dubin's Lives (Malamud), 916, 917 918, 924
Duck Variations (Mamet), 929, 935
Duesberry, Joellyn, 897
Dunton, W Herbert, 872
Edge, The (Mamet; screenplay), 932, 935
Edmond (Mamet), 929, 935
[End of the World, The] (MacLeish), 898, 900–901, 905
Eve (painting), 906
Eviction/Lower East Side (painting), 882
Fall of the City, The: A Verse Play for Radio (MacLeish), 901, 905–6
Fey, Harold, 997, 1002
films, 875, 884, 914, 915, 921, 923, 924, 929–30, 931, 932, 934, 94042, 964, 965, 970, 978, 983, 984, 991
Fishchl, Eric, 946
Fixer, The (Malamud), 912, 913, 914, 916. 917, 918, 920–22
[Flowering Dream, The: Notes on Writing] (McCullers), 981
[For the Anniversary of My Mothers Death] (MacLeish), 901
Frog Prince, The (Mamet), 944
Funeral, The (painting), 946
Gardener's Son, The (McCarthy; teleplay), 963, 965, 970
Georgia Jungle (painting), 980
Giovanopoulos, Paul, 938
Giusti, George, 917
Glengarry Glen Ross (Mamet), 927, 928, 929, 931, 933, 935, 939–40
Glengarry Glen Ross (Mamet; screenplay), 930, 935
God's Grace (Malamud), 918, 924
Gonzalez (painter), 900
Goodenough, Clifford, 899
Great Ideas of Western Men (painting series), 917
[Hannah Armstrong] (Masters), 957–58
[Hard Riding] (McNickle), 1005
Hawk Is Hungry and Other Stories, The (McNickle), 997, 1002, 1005
Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, The (McCullers), 975, 977, 979, 980, 981, 982, 983, 985, 986–88, 989
Hempel, Wes, 937
Herrera, Velino Shije, 1000
[Hill, The] (Masters), 953, 956
Homicide (Mamet; screenplay), 929, 930, 934, 935
House of Games (Mamet; screenplay), 929, 930, 931, 934, 935, 941
[Hungry Generations, The] (McNickle), 997, 1005
Idiots First (Malamud), 918, 924
Indian Man: A Biography of Oliver La Farge (McNickle), 997, 1002
Indians and Other Americans: Two Ways of Life Meet (McNickle and Fey), 997, 1002
Iron Heel, The (London), 876, 879, 883, 888–89
Jacobi, Kathryn, 930
J.B.: A Play in Verse (MacLeish), 895, 896, 901, 903–5, 906
Job (painting), 903
John Barleycorn (London), 877, 879
Jordan, Robert, 955
Kantor, Morris, 923
Kent, Rockwell, 886, 889

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  • Contents 867
  • Jack London 869
  • Archibald Macleish 891
  • Bernard Malamud 909
  • David Mamet 927
  • Edgar Lee Masters 945
  • Cormae Mccarthy 961
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