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Product Description: In this original comparative study of Kurt Vonnegut and Ernest Hemingway, Lawrence R. Broer maps the striking intersections of biography and artistry in works by both writers, and he compares the ways in which they blend life and art...read more

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9781611170351 | Univ of South Carolina Pr, September 28, 2011, cover price $39.95 | About this edition: In this original comparative study of Kurt Vonnegut and Ernest Hemingway, Lawrence R.

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Product Description: Female scholars reevaluate gender and the female presence in the life and work of one of America’s foremost writers.Ernest Hemingway has often been criticized as a misogynist because of his portrayal of women. But some of the most exciting Hemingway scholarship of recent years has come from women scholars who challenge traditional views of Hemingway and women...read more
By Lawrence R. Broer (editor) and Gloria Holland (editor)

Hardcover:

9780817311360 | Univ of Alabama Pr, October 6, 2002, cover price $54.95 | About this edition: Female scholars reevaluate gender and the female presence in the life and work of one of America’s foremost writers.

Paperback:

9780817351502 | Univ of Alabama Pr, October 1, 2004, cover price $34.95 | About this edition: Female scholars reevaluate gender and the female presence in the life and work of one of America’s foremost writers.

In the tales of "Rabbit" Angstrom - "Rabbit, Run" (1960), "Rabbit Redux" (1971), "Rabbit is Rich" (1981) and "Rabbit at Rest" (1990 - Updike's Rabbit, the aging high-school basketball star adrift in the century's confusion, is an archetypal American hero, one strikingly real and individual yet emblematic of his class, his country and his era. Updike's achievements in these novels as poet and historian - his weaving of lyric and epic, of art and four decades of American politics - require that the novels be read on a variety of levels, thus lending themselves to the critical approaches represented in "Rabbit Tales". Lawrence R. Broer brings together 12 essays by prominent Updike scholars to illuminate the achievement of the four Rabbit novels and demonstrate the importance of the Rabbit novels to Updike's canon and to 20th-century American literature as a whole. (view table of contents)
By Lawrence R. Broer (editor)

Hardcover:

9780817308995 | Univ of Alabama Pr, July 1, 1998, cover price $34.95 | About this edition: In the tales of "Rabbit" Angstrom - "Rabbit, Run" (1960), "Rabbit Redux" (1971), "Rabbit is Rich" (1981) and "Rabbit at Rest" (1990 - Updike's Rabbit, the aging high-school basketball star adrift in the century's confusion, is an archetypal American hero, one strikingly real and individual yet emblematic of his class, his country and his era.

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9780817310370 | Univ of Alabama Pr, March 1, 2000, cover price $29.95

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9780817307523 | Rev sub edition (Univ of Alabama Pr, September 1, 1994), cover price $29.95

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