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The Resource The collected essays of Leslie Fiedler

The collected essays of Leslie Fiedler

Label
The collected essays of Leslie Fiedler
Title
The collected essays of Leslie Fiedler
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
814/.5/4
Index
index present
LC call number
PS3556.I34
LC item number
A16 1971
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The collected essays of Leslie Fiedler
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Roman holiday
  • Looking backward : America from Europe
  • Part three : The end of innocence
  • Montana; or the end of Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  • Come back to the raft ag'in, Huck honey!
  • Images of Walt Whitman
  • Some notes on F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Dead-end Werther : the bum as American culture hero
  • Adolescence and maturity in the American novel
  • No! in thunder
  • v. 1.
  • Introduction to the second edition of No! in Thunder
  • Part one : the artist
  • Dante : green thoughts in a green shade
  • Shakespeare and the paradox of illusion
  • Walt Whitman : portrait of the artist as a middle-aged hero
  • R.L.S. revisited
  • Three Jews :
  • I.
  • Peretz : the secularization of the absurd.
  • II.
  • Part one : An age of innocents
  • Kafka and the myth of the Jew.
  • III.
  • Malamud : the commonplace as absurd
  • William Faulkner, highbrows' lowbrow
  • Three notes on Richard Pennn Warren :
  • I.
  • Toward time's cold womb.
  • II.
  • Seneca in the meat-house.
  • III.
  • Hiss, Chambers, and the age of innocence
  • Fiction as opera
  • Introducing Cesare Pavese
  • Part two : The generations
  • The ant on the grasshopper
  • The search for the thirties
  • The un-angry young men
  • Class war in British literature
  • Leopold and Loeb : a perspective in time
  • Part III : The excluded
  • Negro and Jew : encounter in America
  • Afterthoughts on the Rosenbergs
  • The eye of innocence :
  • I.
  • The invention of the child.
  • II.
  • Good good girl and good bad boy.
  • III.
  • Boys will be boys!
  • IV.
  • From redemption to initiation.
  • V.
  • McCarthy and the intellectuals
  • The profanation of the child
  • Part four : The theory
  • In the beginning was the word
  • Archetype and signature
  • Part two : Innocence abroad
  • Italian pilgrimage : the discovery of America
  • The "good American"
  • Antic Mailer -- portrait of the middle-aged artist
  • Marx and momma
  • Some Jewish pop art heroes
  • This year we are slaves -- next year we shall be free
  • Myths of the Jews on stage and screen
  • Crimes and punishments
  • Some notes on the Jewish novel in English or looking backward from exile
  • Negro and Jew
  • Master of dreams : the Jew in a gentile world
  • Unfinished business
  • v. 2.
  • Rosenbergs: a dialogue
  • Voting and voting studies --tAntiwar novel and The good soldier Schweik
  • Two memories : reflections on writers and writing in the thirties
  • John Peale Bishop and the other Thirties.
  • Henry Roth's neglected masterpiece.
  • Our country and our culture.
  • Caliban or Hamlet : a study in literary anthropology.
  • Toward a centennial : notes on Innocents abroad
  • Shape of Moby Dick
  • Pleasures of John Hawkes
  • To the Gentiles: Prophet out of Israel
  • John Barth : an eccentric genius
  • Montana : P.S. Montana : P.P.S. Almost Imaginary Interview : Hemingway in Ketchum
  • On remembering freshman comp
  • Academic irresponsibility
  • New mutants
  • Cross the border -- close the gap
  • Some notes on Ukiyoe : a word on the history of taste and three dissenting opinions middle against both ends
  • What shining phantom : writers and the movies
  • A night with Mr. Teas.
  • Death of avant-garde literature
  • On living with Simone Weil
  • Cross the border -- close the gap
  • In quest of George Lippard.
  • Chutzpah and Pudeur
  • Straddling the wall
  • Partisan review: Phoenix or Dodo?
  • Saul Bellow
  • Jew in the American novel
  • Image of Newark and the indignities of life: notes on Philip Roth
Control code
ocm00153352
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780812813524
Lccn
76122420
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)00153352
Label
The collected essays of Leslie Fiedler
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Roman holiday
  • Looking backward : America from Europe
  • Part three : The end of innocence
  • Montana; or the end of Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  • Come back to the raft ag'in, Huck honey!
  • Images of Walt Whitman
  • Some notes on F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Dead-end Werther : the bum as American culture hero
  • Adolescence and maturity in the American novel
  • No! in thunder
  • v. 1.
  • Introduction to the second edition of No! in Thunder
  • Part one : the artist
  • Dante : green thoughts in a green shade
  • Shakespeare and the paradox of illusion
  • Walt Whitman : portrait of the artist as a middle-aged hero
  • R.L.S. revisited
  • Three Jews :
  • I.
  • Peretz : the secularization of the absurd.
  • II.
  • Part one : An age of innocents
  • Kafka and the myth of the Jew.
  • III.
  • Malamud : the commonplace as absurd
  • William Faulkner, highbrows' lowbrow
  • Three notes on Richard Pennn Warren :
  • I.
  • Toward time's cold womb.
  • II.
  • Seneca in the meat-house.
  • III.
  • Hiss, Chambers, and the age of innocence
  • Fiction as opera
  • Introducing Cesare Pavese
  • Part two : The generations
  • The ant on the grasshopper
  • The search for the thirties
  • The un-angry young men
  • Class war in British literature
  • Leopold and Loeb : a perspective in time
  • Part III : The excluded
  • Negro and Jew : encounter in America
  • Afterthoughts on the Rosenbergs
  • The eye of innocence :
  • I.
  • The invention of the child.
  • II.
  • Good good girl and good bad boy.
  • III.
  • Boys will be boys!
  • IV.
  • From redemption to initiation.
  • V.
  • McCarthy and the intellectuals
  • The profanation of the child
  • Part four : The theory
  • In the beginning was the word
  • Archetype and signature
  • Part two : Innocence abroad
  • Italian pilgrimage : the discovery of America
  • The "good American"
  • Antic Mailer -- portrait of the middle-aged artist
  • Marx and momma
  • Some Jewish pop art heroes
  • This year we are slaves -- next year we shall be free
  • Myths of the Jews on stage and screen
  • Crimes and punishments
  • Some notes on the Jewish novel in English or looking backward from exile
  • Negro and Jew
  • Master of dreams : the Jew in a gentile world
  • Unfinished business
  • v. 2.
  • Rosenbergs: a dialogue
  • Voting and voting studies --tAntiwar novel and The good soldier Schweik
  • Two memories : reflections on writers and writing in the thirties
  • John Peale Bishop and the other Thirties.
  • Henry Roth's neglected masterpiece.
  • Our country and our culture.
  • Caliban or Hamlet : a study in literary anthropology.
  • Toward a centennial : notes on Innocents abroad
  • Shape of Moby Dick
  • Pleasures of John Hawkes
  • To the Gentiles: Prophet out of Israel
  • John Barth : an eccentric genius
  • Montana : P.S. Montana : P.P.S. Almost Imaginary Interview : Hemingway in Ketchum
  • On remembering freshman comp
  • Academic irresponsibility
  • New mutants
  • Cross the border -- close the gap
  • Some notes on Ukiyoe : a word on the history of taste and three dissenting opinions middle against both ends
  • What shining phantom : writers and the movies
  • A night with Mr. Teas.
  • Death of avant-garde literature
  • On living with Simone Weil
  • Cross the border -- close the gap
  • In quest of George Lippard.
  • Chutzpah and Pudeur
  • Straddling the wall
  • Partisan review: Phoenix or Dodo?
  • Saul Bellow
  • Jew in the American novel
  • Image of Newark and the indignities of life: notes on Philip Roth
Control code
ocm00153352
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780812813524
Lccn
76122420
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)00153352

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