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Harriette Simpson Arnow : Critical Essays on Her Work

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Harriette Simpson Arnow : Critical Essays on Her Work
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Harriette Simpson Arnow
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Critical Essays on Her Work
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eng
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At her death in 1986, Harriette Simpson Arnow left a modest collection of published work: ten short stories, five novels, two non-fiction books, a short autobiography, and nineteen essays and book reviews. Although the sum is small, her writing has been examined from regionalist, Marxist, feminist, and other critical perspectives. The 1970s saw the first serious attempts to revive interest in Arnow. In 1971, Tillie Olsen identified her as a writer whose ""books of great worth suffer the death of being unknown, or at best, a peculiar eclipsing."" Joyse Carol Oates wrote in
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non fiction
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Harriette Simpson Arnow : Critical Essays on Her Work
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Harriette Simpson Arnow : Critical Essays on Her Work
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.14321/j.ctt7ztdfj
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Contents
  • Acknowledgments; Introduction; Arnow's Life and the Critics; Harriette Simpson Arnow's Life as a Writer; Harriette Simpson and Harold Arnow in Cincinnati: 1934-1939; Artistic Vision; Harriette Arnow's Chronicles of Destruction; Harriette Arnow's Kentucky Novels: Beyond Local Color; Harriette Arnow's Cumberland Women; Harriette Arnow's Social Histories; Individual Fiction; The Harbinger: Arnow's Short Fiction; "Fact and Fancy" in Mountain Path; "Between the Flowers": Writing beyond Mountain Stereotypes; The Central Importance of Hunter's Horn
  • Hunter's Horn and the Necessity of Interdependence: Re-imagining the American Hunting TaleA Portrait of the Artist as Mother: Harriette Arnow and The Dollmaker; Free Will and Determinism in Harriette Arnow's The Dollmaker; American Migration Tableau in Exaggerated Relief: The Dollmaker; The Weedkiller's Daughter and The Kentucky Trace: Arnow's Egalitarian Vision; Authorial Views; Introduction to Mountain Path, First Appalachian Heritage Edition; "Some Musings on the Nature of History," The Clarence M. Burton Memorial Lecture; Fictional Characters Come to Life: An Interview
  • Help and Hindrances in Writing: A LectureNotes on Contributors; Index
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1 online resource (311 pages)
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9781609172527
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