Great American Writers: Twentieth Century - Vol. 3

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Index
Page numbers in boldface type indicate article titles. Page numbers in italic type indicate illustrations.
Acrobats, or Masks and Ruins (painting), 342
After Henry (Didion), 359, 360, 361, 363, 372
After the First Death (Cormier), 296, 298, 299, 301, 307
American Tragedy, An (Dreiser), 378, 380, 381, 384, 385–86
& (Cummings), 315, 316, 319, 330
[Ante-Bellum Sermon, An] (Dunbar), 403, 407, 408
[anyone lived in a pretty how town] (Cummmgs), 326, 327 Appleton, J. M., 398
[At Shaft 11] (Dunbar), 413, 415
[Banjo Song, A] (Dunbar), 399, 407
Basement Tapes, The (Dylan; album), 419, 425
Best Stories of Paul Laurence Dunbar, The (ed. Brawley), 406, 413, 415
Best Stories of Theodore Dreiser, The (ed. Fast), 381, 384
Beyond the Chocolate War (Cormier), 300, 301, 304
Bishop, Isabel, 382
Blank Signature, The (painting), 328
Blonde on Blonde (Dylan; album), 419, 421, 425
Blood on the Tracks (Dylan; album), 420, 425
[Blowin' in the Wind] (Dylan), 419, 425–26, 428
Bob Dylan (Dylan; album), 419, 421, 425
Book of Common Prayer, A (Didion), 357, 358, 361, 363, 372
Boy with a Snowball (painting), 345
Brawley, Benjamin, 401, 406, 413, 415
Bringing It All Back Home (Dylan; album), 419, 421, 425
Brown, John George, 345
[Buffalo Bills] (Cummmgs), 319, 329– 30
Bulwark The (Dreiser), 381, 384
Bumblebee. Flies Anyway, The (Cormier), 296, 298, 301
Cafe Francis, The (painting), 391
Cassatt, Mary, 387
Cerbakov, B. V, 29.9
Chagall, Marc, 340
Chocolate War, The (Cormier), 295–96, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302–4, 305, 307
[Choice, The] (Dunbar), 407
Clorindy (Dunbar), 401, 406
Collected Poems (Cummings), 315, 316, 319
Collected Poetry of Paul Laurence Dunbur; The (ed. Braxton), 406, 407
Complete Poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar, The, 402, 406, 407–9
Concert Singer, The (painting), 351
Cook, Will Marion, 402
Cormier, Robert, 293–310
Cornish trilogy (Davies), 337, 338 Cummings, E. E., 311–32
Cunning Man, The (Davies), 337–38, 344
Currier & Ives, 415
Davies, Robertson, 333–52
[Death Song, A] (Dunbar), 401
Democracy (Didion), 360, 361, 36263, 372
Deptford trilogy (Davies), 337, 338, 343, 345, 347, 350
Dewing, Thomas Wilmer, 390
Diary of Samuel Marchbanks, The (Davies), 335, 344
Didion, Joan, 353–74
Dighton, Robert, 335
Douglass, Frederick, 399, 402, 403, 404, 405, 408, 41 1, 413
Dreiser, Theodore, 375–96
Dreiser Looks at Russia (Dreiser), 378, 381, 384, 394
Dunbar, Paul Laurence, 397–416
Dunne, John Gregory, 356, 357, 362, 363
Dylan, Bob, 417–30
Eakins, Thomas, 351
Eight Harvard Poets, 313, 316
Eight Plus One (Cormier), 297, 300, 301, 308
Eimi (Cummings), 315, 316, 319, 330–31
En Barque sur la Marne (painting), 385
Enormous Room, The (Cummings), 314, 316, 319, 320, 324–25, 329, 330
Estes, Richard, 368
Fade (Cormier), 300, 301, 304–5
Fanatics, The (Dunbar), 401, 402, 406
Fifth Business (Davies), 337, 338, 344, 345–47, 350
films, 298, 357, 383, 422
Financier, The (Dreiser), 378, 3B0, 381, 384, 392, 395
Folks from Dixie (Dunbar), 401, 402, 406, 413
Fortune, My Foe (Davies), 338, 344
[Frederick Douglas] (Dunbar), 407
Freewheelin'Bob Dylan, The (Dylan; album), 421, 425
[Genius], The (Dresier), 381, 384, 395
Good as J Been to You (Dylan; album), 421, 425
[Goodbye to All That] (Didion), 355, 364, 369
Gotfryd, Bernard, 334
Grandfather Clock with Blue Wing (painting), 340
Grant, Duncan, 341
Greve, Gerrit, 304, 308
Guthrie, Woody, 418–19, 421, 424, 428
[Hard Rains A-Gonna Fall, A] (Dylan), 422
Heart of Happy Hollow, The (Dunbar), 402, 406, 415
Heroes (Cormier), 299, 301
Her Shadow III (painting), 308
Highway 61 Revisited (Dylan album), 419, 421, 425
Him (Cummings), 315, 316, 319
Hogarth, William, 349
Hopkinson, Charles, 312, 317
Hotel Lucerne (painting), 368
I Am the Cheese (Cormier), 296, 297, 298, 299, 301, 305–7
I Have Words to Spend (Cormier), 297, 301
Immaculate Conception (painting), 346
[Ingrate, The] (Dunbar), 404, 411, 413
[in Just spring when the world is mud luscious] (Cummings), 317, 329
In Old Plantation Days (Dunbar), 401, 402, 406, 414, 415
In the Cottonfields (painting), 414
Invincible Soldier, The (painting), 299
Is 5 (Cummings), 319, 331–32
Jennie Gerhardt (Dreiser), 378, 380, 381, 384, 386–89

-431-

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  • Title Page 289
  • Contents 291
  • Robert Cormier 293
  • E. E. Cummunings 311
  • Robertson Davies 333
  • Joan Didion 353
  • Theodore Dreiser 375
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar 397
  • Bob Dylan 417
  • Index 431
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