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The secret history his book truly tells is one of the remarkable readers's engagement with the diversity of American literature. Wyatt testifies to the power that strong novels have to transform the reader's sense of the world and his or her place in it... The works of fifty-six American novelists with different historical and aesthetic perspectives, novelists who are men and women, novelists who are brown, black, and white, come alive and speak to the ongoing richness and variety of American literature in the twentieth century. It is a remarkable achievement, especially given the current critical context of American literary studies.