William Dean Howells: A Writer's Life

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William Dean Howells: A Writer's Life
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Chronology of Howells’ Life and Work xxi
  • 1 - Parallel Lives 1
  • 2 - Warring Ambitions, 1851–1859 19
  • 3 - Years of Decision, 1859–1861 43
  • 4 - Consul at Venice, 1861–1865 72
  • 5 - Atlantic Years, 1, 1865–1867 100
  • 6 - Atlantic Years, 2, 1867–1871 125
  • 7 - His Mark Twain, from 1869 148
  • 8 - Fictional Lives, 1871–1878 174
  • 9 - "From Venice as Far as Belmont", 1878–1882 199
  • 10 - In England and Italy, 1882–1883 222
  • 11 - The Man of Business, 1883–1886 248
  • 12 - "Heartache and Horror", 1886–1890 275
  • 13 - Words and Deeds, 1890–1894 301
  • 14 - Peripatetic, 1895–1899 329
  • 15 - Kittery Point, 1900–1905 356
  • 16 - Greater Losses, 1906–1910 381
  • 17 - Reconsiderations, 1911–1917 405
  • 18 - Eighty Years and after, 1918–1920 428
  • Abbreviations 435
  • Notes 437
  • Index 499
  • Index of Howells’ Works 517
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