American Naturalistic and Realistic Novelists: A Biographical Dictionary

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Notes xxvi
  • Henry Brooks Adams 3
  • References 6
  • Thomas Bailey Aldrich 7
  • Nelson Algren 10
  • James Lane Allen 13
  • Sherwood Anderson 17
  • Harriette Simpson Arnow 20
  • William Attaway 24
  • Louis Auchincloss 26
  • Mary Austin 30
  • Edward Bellamy 33
  • Saul Bellow 36
  • Ambrose Bierce 40
  • References 42
  • Gertrude Simmons Bonnin (zitkala-Sa) 43
  • Thomas Boyd 46
  • Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen 48
  • Alice Brown 51
  • References 53
  • Frances Hodgson Burnett 54
  • George Washington Cable 57
  • Abraham Cahan 59
  • Erskine Caldwell 62
  • Willa Cather 65
  • Charles Waddell Chesnutt 68
  • Kate Chopin 70
  • Winston Churchill 72
  • Samuel L. Clemens 74
  • Jack Conroy 78
  • Rose Terry Cooke 81
  • James Gould Cozzens 83
  • Stephen Crane 85
  • F. Marion Crawford 88
  • Edward Dahlberg 90
  • Rebecca Harding Davis 93
  • Richard Harding Davis 95
  • John William de Forest 97
  • Floyd Dell 99
  • Ignatius Donnelly 102
  • John Dos Passos 105
  • Theodore Dreiser 108
  • W.E.B. Dubois 112
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar 117
  • Edith Maud Eaton (sui Sin Far) 121
  • Edward Eggleston 124
  • Ralph Ellison 127
  • James T. Farrell 131
  • William Faulkner 134
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald 139
  • Paul Leicester Ford 142
  • Harold Frederic 145
  • Mary Wilkins Freeman 147
  • Alice French (octave Thanet) 149
  • Isaac K. Friedman 152
  • Henry B. Fuller 154
  • Zona Gale 156
  • Hamlin Garland 160
  • Charlotte Perkins Gilman 162
  • Ellen Glasgow 166
  • Michael Gold 170
  • Caroline Gordon 172
  • Robert Grant 175
  • Henry Harland (sidney Luska) 178
  • Joel Chandler Harris 181
  • Bret Harte 185
  • References 187
  • John Hay 188
  • References 190
  • Lafcadio Hearn 191
  • Larry Heinemann 194
  • Ernest Hemingway 197
  • Robert Herrick 200
  • J. G. Holland 203
  • Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins 206
  • E. W. Howe 209
  • William Dean Howells 211
  • Henry James 215
  • Sarah Orne Jewett 220
  • References 222
  • James Jones 223
  • Henry F. Keenan 226
  • William Kennedy 229
  • Clarence King 233
  • Edward Smith King 235
  • Grace King 238
  • Caroline Kirkland 241
  • References 243
  • Joseph Kirkland 244
  • Meyer Levin 246
  • Alfred Henry Lewis 250
  • Sinclair Lewis 253
  • References 256
  • Jack London 257
  • Norman Mailer 261
  • John P. Marquand 265
  • Carson Mccullers 268
  • Maria Cristina Mena (maria Cristina Chambers) 272
  • References 274
  • Samuel Merwin 275
  • References 277
  • S. Weir Mitchell 278
  • References 281
  • Toni Morrison 282
  • Willard Motley 286
  • Mary N. Murfree 289
  • Alice Moore Dunbar Nelson 292
  • (Benjamin) Frank(lin) Norris 295
  • References 297
  • Joyce Carol Oates 298
  • John O’hara 303
  • John Milton Oskison 307
  • References 310
  • Thomas Nelson Page 311
  • Will Payne 313
  • Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (ward) 316
  • David Graham Phillips 320
  • Ernest Poole 324
  • William Sydney Porter (o. Henry) 331
  • Opie Read 335
  • Frederic Remington 339
  • Amelie Rives 343
  • Hubert Selby, Jr 347
  • Upton Sinclair 350
  • Francis Hopkinson Smith 355
  • John Steinbeck 358
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe 363
  • T. S. Stribling 366
  • William Styron 370
  • Booth Tarkington 374
  • Albion W. Tourgee 377
  • Susan Warner 381
  • Robert Penn Warren 384
  • Henry Kitchell Webster 388
  • References 390
  • Edith Wharton 391
  • Brand Whitlock 394
  • References 398
  • Constance Fenimore Woolson 399
  • Richard Wright 403
  • Anzia Yezierska 407
  • Selected Bibliography 411
  • Index 417
  • About the Author 426
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