Flawed Texts and Verbal Icons: Literary Authority and American Fiction
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BeschreibungAn evaluation of the importance of textual criticism in evaluation of important literary works, based on his study of important American literary works by authors such as James, Crane, and Mailer.
PortraitHershel Parker is H. Fletcher Brown Professor of American Romanticism at the University of Delaware and Associate General Editor of the Northwestern-Newberry Edition of "The Writings of Herman Melville. "He is editor of several collections on Melville, including collaborations with Harrison Hayford on the Norton Critical Edition of "Moby-Dick "and Norton ""Moby-Dick" as Dubloon "and with Brian Higgins on the G. K. Hall "Critical Essays on Hermann Melville's "Pierre" "and "Critical Essays on Herman Melville's "Moby-Dick," "and is also editor of the 1820-65 section in the "Norton Anthology of American Literature. "His "Flawed Texts and Verbal Icons: Literary Authority in American Fiction "was published in 1984 by Northwestern University Press.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: NORTHWESTERN UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1996
Seitenanzahl: 249 Seiten