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Ernest Hemingway

(1899—1961) American novelist, short-story writer, and journalist

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Alfred Kazin

Alfred Kazin  

(1915–),literary critic, has taught at many American universities, but is best known for his critical works, On Native Grounds (1942), a study of American prose literature after Howells; The Inmost ...
Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas

Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas  

Personal narrative by Gertrude Stein.
Big Sleep

Big Sleep  

A novel by Raymond Chandler, published in 1939. The Big Sleep is the first of Chandler's series of detective novels which feature Philip Marlowe as their hero and, many would ...
Lost Generation

Lost Generation  

A phrase expressed by Gertrude Stein to Ernest Hemingway in his memoir A Moveable Feast (1964), describing the cynicism of American expatriates in Europe immediately after the First World War.[...]
Quiet American

Quiet American  

A novel by Graham Greene, published in 1955 and set during France's military struggle to retain Vietnam, which Greene witnessed during trips to the country as a journalist in the ...
Scrutiny

Scrutiny  

A Cambridge periodical which ran for 19 volumes, 1932–53, edited by L. C. Knights, Donald Culver, Denys Thompson, D. W. Harding, and others, but dominated largely by F. R. Leavis; a 20th issue, with ...
Tony Tanner

Tony Tanner  

(1935– ),British critic, born at Richmond in Surrey, educated at Jesus College, Cambridge. In 1964 he became Director of English Studies at King's College, Cambridge, and was appointed Professor of ...
Transatlantic Review

Transatlantic Review  

A literary periodical edited from Paris by F. M. Ford, from Jan. 1924 to Jan. 1925, in which he published Joyce, E. E. Cummings, and others. The title was revived in 1959 by J. McCrindle: the new ...

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