Great American Writers: Twentieth Century - Vol. 6

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Index
Page numbers in boldface type indicate article titles. Page numbers in italic type indicate illustrations.
American Village (painting), 846
AnnVickers (Lewis), 848, 850, 861
“Answer, The” (Jeffers), 789
Apple Harvest. The (painting), 805
Arrowsmith (Lewis), 845, 848, 850, 857–58
“At the Birth of an Age” (Jeffers), 788
Auerbach-Levy, William, 852
Babbitt (Lewis), 843, 845, 848, 850, 854–57
Backcasts: Memories and Recollections of Seventy Years as a Sportsman, Fishing, Hunting, and Other Stories (Knowles), 807, 812
Barracoon (Hurston). 752
Bauer, Jerry, 810
Be Angry at the Sun and Other Poems (Jeffers), 786, 790
Bearden, Ronrare, 741
“Bed by the Window, The” (Jeffers), 787, 794
Bennett, Melba Berry; 791
Best of Simple, The (Hughes), 733, 734, 737, 743
Big Sea, The: An Autobiography (Hughes), 737, 738
Birdinthe House, A (Laurence) 820, 821, 823, 826, 827, 830–31
Blues (painting), 739
Blues Singer, The (painting), 732
“Boats in a Fog” (Jeffers), 799–800
Bontemps, Arna. 729
Booster (painting), 849
Californium (Jeffers), 785, 787, 790
Capote, Truman, 834, 836
Cass Timberlane: A Novel of Husbands and Wives (Lewis), 848, 850
Cawdor and Other Poents (Jeffers), 786, 790
“Christ in Alabama” (Hughes), 744
“Christmas to Me” (Lee), 836. 841
Cider House Rules, The (Irving), 764, 768, 771, 773, 774–76, 781. 782
Cider House Rules. The (Irving; screenplay), 767, 768, 773, 774
Clark. Christopher, 757
Colclough, Jim. 74.3
Collected Poetry oj Robinson Jeffers, The, 787, 790
Crapshooters. The (painting), 757
“Cretan Woman, The” (Jeffers), 796
Crucifixion (wood carving), 743
“Dear Judas” (Jeffers), 788
“Deer Lay Down Their Bones, The” (Jeffers), 796
“Descent into Proslilo” (Knowles), 805
Descentto the Dead: Poems Written in Ireland and Great Britain (Jeffers), 786, 787, 790
Dewing, Thomas. 731
“Divinely Superfluous Beauty” (Jeffers). 789
Diviners, The (Laurence), 822, 823, 825–27, 829
Dodswarth (Lewis), 845–46, 848. 850, 851, 860–61
Double Axe and Other Poems. The (Jeffers), 786, 787, 790
Double Vision; American Thoughts Abroad (Knowles), 805, 812
Dust Tracks on a Road: An Autobiography (Hurston), 748, 755, 760–61
Early Spring. Pleasant Valley, Lyme., Connecticut (painting), 804
Early Sunday Morning (painting). 853
Ellison, Ralph, 731, 751
ElmerGantry (Lewis), 845, 848, 850, 859–60
Euripides, 787
Family, The (collage), 741
Farbman. Nat, 784, 789
Fétiches, Pes (painting), 754
films, 763, 765, 766, 767, 768, 771, 772, 773, 774, 775, 776, 777, 779, 780, 806, 808, 809, 812, 816, 821, 822, 823, 835, 836, 838, 839, 840, 855, 858, 859. 860. 861
Fine Clothes to the Jew (Hughes), 728, 730, 737, 739–40, 773
Fire-Dwellers, The (Laurence), 821, 823, 827, 831
“Fire on the Hills” (Jeffers), 789
Flagons and Apples (Jeffers), 784, 787, 790
“Genius Child” (Hughes), 732
“Give Your Heart to the Hawks” (Jeffers), 789–80
GiveYour Heart to the Hawks and Other Poems (Jeffers), 786, 790
God-Scckcr, The (Lewis), 848, 850
“Granite and Cypress” (Jeffers), 788
Hansen, Armm Carl, 800
“Harlem” (Hughes), 740–41
Harlem Renaissance, 728, 747, 749, 752
Hassam, Childe, 786
Hayden, Palmer, 732
Heartof a Stranger (Laurence), 822, 823, 826, 827, 831
“High Romance and Adventure” (Lee), 841, 842
Hodalic, Arne, 813
Holmes, Robert, 82J
“Homage” (Irving), 782
“Hoodoo in America” (Hurston), 753–55
Hopper, Edward, 801, 846, 853, 856
Hotel Mew Hampshire, The (Irving), 766, 768, 773, 776–78
“How It Feels to Be Colored Me” (Hurston), 750
Hughes, Langston, 725–44
“Hungerlield” (Jeffers), 795–96
Hungerfield and Other Poems (Jeffers), 787, 790, 795–96
Hurston, Zora Neale, 745–62
ImaginaryGirlfriend, An (Irving), 768, 773, 781
IndianSummer (Knowles), 803, 805, 809, 810. 812, 817
“Interior Space” (Irving), 781
Irving, John, 763–82
It Can't Happen Here (Lewis; novel), 848, 850, 861–62
ItCan't Happen Here (Lewis; play), 847, 850, 862
“I, Too, Stag America” (Hughes), 728, 742
I Wonder as I Wander: An Autobiographical Journey (Hughes), 728, 737
Jason's Quest (Laurence), 821, 823, 827
Jeffers, Robinson, 783–802
Jest of God, A (Laurence), 821, 823, 827, 828, 829, 831
Job, The: An American Novel (Lewis), 848, 850
“John Redding Goes to Sea” (Hurston), 747, 749
Johnson, William FL, 735
Jonah (painting). 760
Jonah's Gourd Vine (Hurston), 748, 749, 752, 755, 756, 760, 761

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  • Langston Hughes 725
  • Zora Neale Hurston 745
  • John Irving 763
  • Robinson Jeffers 783
  • John Knowles 803
  • Margaret Laurence 819
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  • Sincluar Lewis 843
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