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American Writers in Europe: 1850 to the Present

edited with an introduction by Ferdâ Asya
New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
9781137340016, 1137340010
  • The search for legitimacy in Nathaniel Parker Willis' Paul Fane / Udo Nattermann
  • "God permits the tares to grow with the wheat": E.D.E.N. Southworth in Great Britain, 1859-1862 / Ann Beebe
  • Gertrude Atherton's Europe: portal or looking glass? / Windy Counsell Petrie
  • The London making of a modernist: John Cournos in Babel / Marilyn Schwinn Smith
  • Toward a brighter vision of "American Ways and Their Meaning": Edith Wharton and the Americanization of Europe after the First World War / Jenny Glennon
  • American writers in Paris exploring the "unknown" in their own time: Edith Wharton in Morocco and Diane Johnson's Lulu in Marrakech / Ferdâ Asya
  • "Homeland strangeness": American poets in Spain, 1936-1939 / Robin Vogelzang
  • Fulbright poems: locating Europe and America in the Cold War / Diederik Oostdijk
  • Allen Ginsberg and the Beats in literary Paris, or Apollinaire through the door of Ginsberg's mind / Richard Swope
  • Almost French: food, class, and gender in the American expatriate memoir / Malin Lidström Brock.
viii, 247 pages ; 23 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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