Criticism and Fiction, and Other Essays

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CRITICISM AND FICTION AND OTHER ESSAYS

BY W. D. HOWELLS

Edited with Introductions and Notes by CLARA MARBURG KIRK and RUDOLF KIRK

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS • 1959

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  • Title Page v
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xiii
  • Contents xvii
  • Part I- Criticism and Fiction 3
  • Criticism and Fiction 9
  • Part II- European Masters 89
  • Dickens and Thackeray 93
  • BjÖrnstjerne BjÖrnson (1832-1910) 101
  • Giovanni Verga (1840-1922) 117
  • Armando Palacio ValdÉs (1853-1938) 122
  • Benito PÉrez GaldÓs (1845-1920) 130
  • Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) 139
  • Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) 148
  • Émile Zola (1840-1902) 154
  • Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910) 164
  • Part III- American Writers 179
  • Howells and the Atlantic 182
  • John William De Forest (1826-1906) 206
  • Mark Twain (1835-1910) 213
  • Edward Eggleston (1837-1902) 221
  • Henry James (1843-1916) 229
  • John Hay (1838-1905) 237
  • Edward Bellamy (1850-1898) 246
  • Hamlin Garland (1860-1940) 256
  • Stephen Crane (1871-1900) 267
  • Frank Norris (1870-1902) 276
  • Part Iv Further Critical Issues 283
  • The Writer as Worker 288
  • The Teacher, the Critic, And "The Vital Word" 310
  • The Great American Novel 333
  • Poetry or Prose? 350
  • A Backward And A Forward Look 363
  • Howells and the House Of Harper 375
  • Notes to Part I Criticism and Fiction 385
  • Notes to Part Ii European Masters 391
  • Index 397
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