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Ellen Glasgow and the ironic art of fiction.
Frederick P. W. McDowell
by University of Wisconsin Press
Written in English
|Series||University of Wisconsin Press paperbacks, W-32|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||292|
Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow, born in Richmond, Virginia, on 22 nd April , published her first novel,‘The Descendant’, in , when she was 24 years this novel Glasgow began a literary career encompassing 19 novels, a collection of poems, one of stories, and a book of literary criticism. A popular writer, Glasgow was on the best seller lists five times. 8 works Search for books with subject Ellen Glasgow (). Search. Rebels and ancestors Maxwell Geismar Not In Library. Ellen Glasgow and the ironic art of fiction Frederick P. W. McDowell Not In Library. The faith of our feminists Josephine Lurie Jessup Not In Library. Ellen Glasgow.
By contrast, Ellen Glasgow was one of the most devoted of craftsmen in fiction, as all readers of A Certain Measure are well aware. One therefore welcomes the first critical study of so dis-criminating and so painstaking an artist. Frederick P. W. McDow-ell's Ellen Glasgow and the Ironic Art of Fiction . Author of E.M. Forster, Caroline Gordon, Ellen Glasgow and the ironic art of fiction, The poet as critic, Victorian Shaw, Elizabeth Madox Roberts (Twayne's United States Authors series, 38), The Angus Wilson manuscripts in the University of Iowa Libraries, Elizabeth Madox Roberts.
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OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages 22 cm. Contents: The artist and her time --Disenchantment and aspiration: early explorations --"Of brave men and angels": the first chronicles of Virginia --"The old pagan scorn of everlasting mercy": The deliverance --Versions of the ideal and of social reality --Convention and fatality in The miller of Old Church --"The feminine ideal of the.
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Open Library. tion concerned with social history; Frederick P. McDowell's Ellen Glasgow and the Ironic Art of Fiction () is limited by his attention to technique and his tendency to abscribe all of Miss Glasgow's literary attitudes to her ironic vision; and Monique Parent's Ellen Glagow: Ro rnanciere () has the thoroughness of a French.
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eds. Introduction. Ellen Glasgow (b. ) was born in Richmond, Virginia. She enjoyed a career spanning nearly half a century as the author of poetry, short stories, novels, and nonfiction.
The majority of her nineteen novels are set in Virginia, where she grew up as the ninth of ten children born to a severe, Calvinist father and a mild-mannered, Episcopalian mother who died when Ellen was twenty. Buy Ellen Glasgow and the Ironic Art of Fiction by Frederick P. W McDowell (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Get this from a library. Ellen Glasgow and the ironic art of fiction. [Frederick P W McDowell]. If you are looking for a Thomas Hardy-like read head straight to Ellen detail, the characters, the story (ironic and sad like Hardy), it's all there and set in Virginia USA.
I decided to read this book as the author was named a top favorite by Jonathan Yardley as he left the Washington Post after writing book reviews over 30 /5(35).
aka Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow Born into an upper-class Virginian family, Glasgow rebelled at an early age against traditional expectations of women, becoming a best-selling author of 20 novels, the last of which (In This Our Life) won a Pulitzer Prize in The majority of her novels have Southern settings, reflecting her awareness of the enormous social and economic changes occuring /5.
Ellen Glasgow's American Dream by Santas, Joan Foster and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Ellen Glasgow was born in Richmond, Virginia, in She received the Gowells Medal from the American Academy of Arts and Letters inthe Southern Authors Prize and the Saturday Review of Literature award for Distinguished Service to American Literature inand the Pulitzer Prize for fiction /5(4).The American South has produced many great writers but perhaps none like Ellen Pulitzer Prize-winning author () wrote 19 novels, a book of poetry and a collection of short more importantly, she helped change attitudes towards female writers during an era when only men were expected to be intellectual or philosophical.
Ellen Glasgow, American novelist whose realistic depictions of life in her native Virginia helped direct Southern literature away from sentimentality and nostalgia. Glasgow, the daughter of a wealthy and socially prominent family with Old Virginia roots .