Southerners and Europeans: Essays in a Time of Disorder

Southerners and Europeans: Essays in a Time of Disorder

by Andrew Nelson Lytle

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From the time of his involvement with the Agrarian Movement in the 1930s, Lytle has been a major figure in Southern letters. The essays in this collection illustrate not only his critical acumen but also his versatility. Lytle writes on Southern literature generally, on such major figures as Ransom, Faulkner, and Warren, and more broadly on literary tradition as represented by Tolstoy, Flaubert, Joyce, and others. While Lytle views himself primarily as a novelist, the criticism here shows him to be an astute and sensitive observer of Western civilization. Recommended for all academic libraries and literature collections. John Budd, Graduate Lib. Sch., Univ. of Arizona, Tucson

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Louisiana State University Press
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Library of Southern Civilization
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6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

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