Academic journal article Thomas Wolfe Review

Thomas Wolfe Review Index 2001-2010

Academic journal article Thomas Wolfe Review

Thomas Wolfe Review Index 2001-2010

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This index covers a total of ten issues of the Thomas Wolfe Review--volume 25 (2001) through volume 34 (2010). It should be noted that Terry Roberts was editor of volume 25, while Anne Zahlan was editor of volumes 26-34. This is the fifth index published in the Review. The first three were compiled by Andrea Brown, covering 1977-81 (see TWR 6.2, Fall 1982), 1982-85 (see TWR 10.1, Spring 1986), and 1977-91 (see TWR 16.1, Spring 1992). The fourth, compiled by Jan G. Hensley, covers 1991-2000 (see TWR 24.2, Fall 2000).

Arranged alphabetically by author (and then by title when an author has more than one article), this index is designed to be of assistance to anyone doing research on Thomas Wolfe. Because the Thomas Wolfe Review was a semiannual journal from 1977 through 2000, entries in previous indexes included the issue number 1 or 2, indicating the spring or fall issue from a given volume/year. Since 2001, however, the Review has been published as a much larger annual issue, therefore each entry in this index contains the combined issue number, 1-2.

"Briefly Noted." Rev. of Louis D. Rubin, Jr. on Thomas Wolfe, comp. Jan G. Hensley; rev. of Writers of the American South: Their Literary Landscapes, by Hugh Howard and Roger Straus III. 30.1-2 (2006): 155-56.

Anderson, Donald R. "Thomas Wolfe, 'Chickamauga,' and the Truth about Knowin'." 27.1-2 (2003): 22-36.

Anthony, Robert G., Jr. "The Harvey Harris Illustrations for Look Homeward, Angel. 32.1-2 (2008): 91-93. "Belles Lettres."

Bailey, J. Todd. "Fan Mail: The Correspondence of Isabel Logan and Thomas Wolfe." 29.1-2 (2005): 126-38. "Belles Lettres."

---. "Gone to Texas: Looking for Wolfe at the Harry Ransom Center." 32.1-2 (2008): 105-11. "Belles Lettres."

---. "The Lamb Carbon Transcripts: Another Dark Miracle of Chance." 32.1-2 (2008): 120-24. "Belles Lettres."

---. Rev. of The People and Places of Thomas Wolfe's Look Homeward, Angel, by Joanne Marshall Mauldin. 26.1-2 (2002): 120-22.

---. Rev. of Thomas Wolfe and the Politics of Modernism, by Shawn Holliday. 26.1-2 (2002): 118-20.

---. Rev. of The Wax Cylinders: Julia Wolfe Interviews by John Skally Terry, ed. Caroline Keizer and Jan G. Hensley. 32.1-2 (2008): 147-51.

Bainbridge, Judith. "Thomas Wolfe's Greenville/Eugene Gant's Blackstone." 34.1-2 (2010): 114-16. "Belles Lettres."

Baker, S Zebulon. "Thomas Wolfe Materials in the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library at Emory University." 29.1-2 (2005): 117-25. "Belles Lettres."

---. "Tradition against the Individual Talent: Thomas Wolfe and the Exclusionary Politics of New Critical Canon-Building." 26.1-2 (2002) : 52-67.

Bartholomew, Robert J., III. "A Return to the Natural through Wild Language." 28.1-2 (2004): 14-25.

Bathanti, Joseph. "Ghost, Come Back Again." 34.1-2 (2010): 126-31. "Belles Lettres."

Bentz, Joseph. "Has the World Grown Too Insane for Wolfe--Or Is There Hope?" 34.1-2 (2010): 142-49. "Belles Lettres."

---. "Reading Thomas Wolfe: The Power of Immersion." 27.1-2 (2003) : 5-13.

---. "Why Thomas Wolfe Is a 'Crate' American Novelist." 30.1-2 (2006): 93-102. "Belles Lettres."

Bittner, John R. "Thomas Wolfe and Jonathan Worth Daniels: The Carolina Roots of a Literary Rivalry." 27.1-2 (2003): 53-69.

Bobo, Kristina. "Language and Linguistic Inadequacy in Thomas Wolfe's O Lost." 29.1-2 (2005): 37-51.

Bourdeau, Steve. "Capital Losses: A Perspective on Thomas Wolfe's Canonicity." 29.1-2 (2005): 52-64.

---. Rev. of Thomas Wolfe: L'eopee intime, by Amelie Moisy. 27.1-2 (2003): 149-51.

---. "Welcome to the Dark Continent of the Self: Thomas Wolfe and Autobiographical Desire." 28.1-2 (2004): 5-13.

Boyer, James D. "Calder and Wolfe: Some Reflections on Their Art in the Late 1930s." 25.1-2 (2001): 53-60.

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