lundi 6 février 2012

Lewis P. Simpson, THE MAN OF LETTERS IN NEW ENGLAND AND THE SOUTH; ESSAYS ON THE HISTORY OF THE LITERARY VOCATION IN AMERICA, Bâton Rouge, Louisiana State Univeristy Press, 1973, 255 pages

The atitude toward the literary vocation in America in Literary Friends and Acquaintance, composed in part while Howells was writing The World of Chance and A Traveler from Altruria, is related to the ironic representation of American literary life in the novels.

p. 108

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