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Sandra Spanier
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Sandra Spanier is a professor of English and general editor of the Hemingway Letters Project at Pennsylvania State University. This long-term effort will result in the publication of a comprehensive scholarly edition of the writer’s some 6,000 letters in more than a dozen volumes by Cambridge University Press. Spanier teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in American literature, with a particular interest in modernism and expatriate writers between the World Wars. She has served as consultant to several documentary films about Hemingway, including the PBS American Masters Series. She is also the co-editor (with David Morrell) of American Fiction, American Myth (2000)- a collection of essays by Penn State Evan Pugh Professor Philip Young, one of the earliest and most influential Hemingway scholars and her doctoral mentor.

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Kay Boyle, Artist and Activist

Kay Boyle, Artist and Activist

Kay Boyle’s writing initially appeared with that of the great experimenters of the 1920s, and through the rest of this century hers has remained a vital, origin­al voice. Spanier examines all of Boyle’s work, tracing central themes and concerns that create a single coherent body out of greatly...
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American Fiction, American Myth: Essays by Philip Young

American Fiction, American Myth: Essays by Philip Young

Although Young died in 1991, he survives in his remarkable prose. American Fiction, American Myth features nineteen groundbreaking essays in which Young masterfully reveals the so what?
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Process

Process

'Process' tells the story of Kerith Day, in search of her own identity and place in the world. A keenly critical observer of the dreary industrial landscape and the beaten-down inhabitants of her native Cincinnati, Ohio, Kerith determines to discover something better.
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Hemingway and Women: Female Critics and the Female Voice

Hemingway and Women: Female Critics and the Female Voice

Topics range from reading the feminine in nature to expanding the concept of the code hero to include major female characters. — American Literature Exceptionally thorough .
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American Fiction, American Myth: Essays by Philip Young

American Fiction, American Myth: Essays by Philip Young

What Hemingway once said about himself can be equally applied to Young: I am a very serious but not a solemn writer. The reader comes away from these essays dazzled by the power of Young's observations and the grace with which he expresses them.
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Hemingway and Women: Female Critics and the Female Voice

Hemingway and Women: Female Critics and the Female Voice

Making this gender struggle a primary concern of his fiction, these critics argue, Hemingway created women with strength, depth, and a complexity that readers are only beginning to appreciate. The authors focus on women connected to Hemingway in life, specific female characters, and issues of...
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Love Goes to Press

Love Goes to Press

Written immediately after the war, Love Goes to Press opened in London in June 1946 and in New York in January 1947. Then a relief for the survivors of Blitzkrieg and ration cards, it is now a devilishly entertaining portrayal of the Battle of the Sexes.
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Kay Boyle: Artist and Activist

Kay Boyle: Artist and Activist

Spanier examines all of Boyle’s work, tracing central themes and concerns that create a single coherent body out of greatly diversified writing that in­cludes 14 novels, 10 collections of short stories, 5 volumes of poetry, 3 children’s books, and 2 essay collections. Because Boyle’s work always...
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The Family Next Door

The Family Next Door

Josh Lorenz is the last man Diane Bittner wants for a neighbor--he's the holdout juror responsible for letting her husband's killer walk. But she finds herself outvoted when their preteen daughters conspire to bring their divided parents together. Josh has always followed his conscience and...

Woody Allen

Woody Allen

Woody Allen se ha convertido ya en un mito vivo. Es uno de los realizadores mas importantes de la historia del cine y uno de los grandes actores comicos de todos los tiempos. Esta monografia analiza de manera exhaustiva la carrera de este director, cuyo cine es un compendio del cine de otros...