Wright Morris Territory: A Treasury of Work

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Wright Morris
Territory
A TREASURY OF WORK: WRIGHT
MORRIS

Edited by David Madden
with Alicia Christensen

Biographical Sketch by Joseph J. Wydeven

University of Nebraska Press

Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iiii
  • Contents v
  • Editor’s Introduction - The American Land, Character, and Dream in the Works of Wright Morris vii
  • Biographical Sketch of Wright Morris - No Place to Hide xxiii
  • Wright Morris Territory xxxv
  • Excerpt from the Inhabitants 1
  • A Man of Caliber 7
  • Excerpt from My Uncle Dudley 15
  • Excerpts from Will’s Boy- A Memoir 21
  • Our Endless Plains 31
  • The Rites of Spring 43
  • The Origin of a Species- 1942–1957 51
  • Excerpt from Love among the Cannibals 71
  • Excerpt from One Day 89
  • A Conversation with Wright Morris 95
  • The Safe Place 119
  • Glimpse into Another Country 133
  • Letter to a Young Critic 151
  • Technique and Raw Material 159
  • The Ram in the Thicket 171
  • The Question of Privacy 191
  • The Sound Tape 197
  • Excerpt from the Deep Sleep 209
  • The Character of the Lover 223
  • Excerpt from the Huge Season 233
  • Made in U.S.a 255
  • Excerpts from in Orbit 269
  • Wake before Bomb 281
  • Excerpt from Plains Song- For Female Voices 291
  • Source Acknowledgments 301
  • Further Reading Suggestions 303
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