Studies in American Naturalism 17:1

Studies in American Naturalism 17:1

Edited by Keith Newlin

Table Of Contents

Volume 17, Number 1 (Summer 2022)

“Vast, Vague and Impersonal”: Statistics, Ecology, and the Aesthetics of Scale in Frank Norris’s The Octopus
Andrew Herbard

Through “the rose window of the west”: Nostalgia, Gothicism, and the Imaginary in Theodore Dreiser’s A Hoosier Holiday
Donna Packer-Kinlaw   

Theodore Dreiser and the Realm of the Social
Jude Davies    

“This place killed him”: Reservation Dogs Flirts with Naturalism
Lee Schweninger      

The Selected Literary Letters of Paul Laurence Dunbar, edited by Cynthia C. Murillo and Jennifer M. Nader
John Dudley   

Jack London and the Sea, by Anita Duneer
Kenneth K. Brandt    

Combating Injustice: The Naturalism of Frank Norris, Jack London, & John Steinbeck, by Jon Falsarella Dawson
Steven Bembridge     

Burning Boy: The Life and Work of Stephen Crane, by Paul Auster
Carleigh Smith 

The Nadir and the Zenith: Temperance and Excess in the Early African American Novel, by Anna Pochmara
Michaela Corning-Myers