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American Literary Scholarship (2001) 1999 (1): 139–156.
Published: 01 September 2001
... analysis of male friendships in the postwar novels One of Ours, The Professor’s House, and Death Comes for the Archbishop. Rejecting the idea that male friendship serves as a mask for lesbian desire, he argues that Cather sought to unite physical and spiritual love through the creation of a new ideal...
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American Literary Scholarship (2011) 2009 (1): vii–viii.
Published: 01 September 2011
...- can literary scholarship published in Europe and Japan and elsewhere appears in English. This scholarship, largely unavailable to academics in America, resists organization by both language group (too inclusive) and geographical region (too exclusive). Professor Nordloh and I face a Hobson’s...
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American Literary Scholarship (2020) 2018 (1): 25–30.
Published: 01 September 2020
.... Recurrent topics include discussion of Hawthorne s biography and place in literary history, as well as psychoanalytic approaches to his fiction. In addition, a combined issue of the Nathaniel Hawthorne Review spotlights the contexts surrounding an original production, The Scarlet Professor, an opera about...
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American Literary Scholarship (2015) 2013 (1): vii–viii.
Published: 01 September 2015
... Fruscione (George Washington University) retires from “Fitzgerald and Hemingway” with our sincere gratitude for his contributions to the past five issues of the annual. Professor Fruscione will be succeeded by Michael Von Cannon (Louisiana State University), who this year col- laborated with him...
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American Literary Scholarship (2014) 2012 (1): vii–viii.
Published: 01 September 2014
... Woodress, the founding editor of this project, and his collaborator, the late J. Albert Robbins. (Warren French and Louis Owens each edited a volume during what became the transition from one team of editors to the other.) That bit of history is only history, not forewarning: Professor Scharnhorst...
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American Literary Scholarship (2008) 2006 (1): 117–137.
Published: 01 September 2008
... against Jews. She argues, however, that Cather’s depiction of Louie Marsellus in The Professor’s House is more ambiguous and ultimately more generous than Wharton’s portrayal of Jews in A Son at the Front and thus derives from a more complex understanding of the effects of war. Whereas Wharton...
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American Literary Scholarship (2013) 2011 (1): 127–144.
Published: 01 September 2013
... attention to “Tom Outland’s Story,” the second section of The Professor’s House, Swift traces its beginnings when Cather first began it about 1916 as “The Blue Mesa.” As she described it then, he maintains, it sounds much less what it became in the novel and much more of a romance, perhaps, he...
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American Literary Scholarship (2004) 2002 (1): 119–135.
Published: 01 September 2004
... and middlebrow culture. Critical interest in The House of Mirth (Wharton’s most popular novel) and The Professor’s House (favored by Cather’s critics) shows no signs of diminishing. i Edith Wharton a. Critical Books Janet Beer’s Edith Wharton (Northcote House) in the British Council series...
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American Literary Scholarship (2017) 2015 (1): 95–114.
Published: 01 September 2017
... Scholarship (2015) doi 10.1215/00659142–3955215 © 2017 by Duke University Press 96 Wharton and Cather and contexts, the company she kept. Modernist interpreters, as always, have a soft spot for the sphinxlike Godfrey St. Peter of The Professor’s House...
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American Literary Scholarship (2012) 2010 (1): 139–159.
Published: 01 September 2012
... “that her fictional methods and that achieved clarity borne of long meditation and juxtaposition seem to demand an especial critical engagement.” The volume offers some 25 essays reflecting such engage- ment. In his prelude, “The Prophetess and the Professor: Rescuing Cather from the Past” ( pp. 1–19...
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American Literary Scholarship (2016) 2014 (1): 113–127.
Published: 01 September 2016
... Letterature d’America, “Willa Cather: Enduringly ‘Contemporary,’ ” is of note, as are two fugitive essays from previous years that escaped prior attention here. The Professor’s House, which Thomas J. Ferraro rightly refers to as a “chock-full-everything text” (in his significant article on that novel...
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American Literary Scholarship (2010) 2008 (1): 133–152.
Published: 01 September 2010
... as central to her oeuvre. McClure informs the characters of Dr. Archie in The Song of the Lark and Jim Burden in My Ántonia, and the marriages of those two, as well as that of the St. Peters in The Professor’s House and the Henshawes in My Mor- tal Enemy, are based on the McClures’ marriage...
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American Literary Scholarship (2002) 2000 (1): 123–138.
Published: 01 September 2002
... of their literary art. A number of the novels, notably The House of Mirth, The Age of Innocence, The Professor’s House, and Sapphira and the Slave Girl, stimulate controversy centering on the mean- ing of the protagonists’ acts and relationships. i Edith Wharton a. Books, Letters, Bibliography Hildegard...
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American Literary Scholarship (2000) 1998 (1): 113–128.
Published: 01 September 2000
... of the Lark, My Ántonia, and The Professor s House, seeing Alexandra Bergson and Thea Kronborg as Cather s characters who best exemplify self-fulfillment won in freedom and sustained by a sense of secure rootedness In Cather s later novels, beginning with Death Comes for the Archbishop, Stout notes...
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American Literary Scholarship (2012) 2010 (1): vii–viii.
Published: 01 September 2012
... into the Mark Twain chapter on very short notice after the sad and sudden death of Michael Kiskis. Professor Gribben will now step back out, to be succeeded next year by John Bird. In addition, Karen Roggenkamp will replace Andrew M. Smith and Elizabeth J. Wright (“Hawthorne Andrew Lopenzina...
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American Literary Scholarship (2017) 2015 (1): vii–viii.
Published: 01 September 2017
... Prize for Literature in 2016, is only mentioned marginally in this issue of AmLS. But can a “Bob Dylan Society” affiliated with the American Literature Association be far in the future? As usual, Professor David Nordloh and I appreciate the assistance provided to us by Indiana University...
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American Literary Scholarship (2013) 2011 (1): vii–viii.
Published: 01 September 2013
..., and Transcendental- ism Ted Atkinson (“Faulkner Frank J. Kearful (“Poetry: The 1940s to the Present and Matthew Hofer (“Eliot Kudos to them all. Professor Nordloh and I appreciate the assistance and resources pro- vided to us by Indiana University and the University of New Mexico. Thanks, too, to Terri...
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American Literary Scholarship (2000) 1998 (1): vii–ix.
Published: 01 September 2000
..., Topics, Criticism replacing Professors Moody and Simpson. My sincere thanks for their e ort and dedication to departing, continuing, and arriving participants. Authors and publishers can assist us in assuring the thoroughness of AmLS coverage by directing o prints and review copies to me...
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American Literary Scholarship (2020) 2018 (1): 103–123.
Published: 01 September 2020
... multiple levels of instability to a text that remains both a popular classic and an interpretive enigma. Among other works The Professor s House, The Song of the Lark, and O Pioneers! are most examined. Cather also receives chapters in books on the subjects of progressive education, Chicago modernism...
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American Literary Scholarship (2007) 2005 (1): 141–163.
Published: 01 September 2007
... on domestic skills, hospitality, and other traditional feminine arts.” A trio of essays focuses on A Lost Lady and/or The Professor’s House. In “Taking Liberties: Willa Cather and the 1934 Film Adaptation of A Lost Lady” (pp. 113–24) Michael Schueth not only describes how the film romanticized...