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by Paschal Reeves

eBook Thomas Wolfe and the glass of time download ISBN: 0820302589
Author: Paschal Reeves
Publisher: University of Georgia Press (1971)
Language: English
Pages: 166
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Published by University of Georgia Press (1971). ISBN 10: 0820302589 ISBN 13: 9780820302584.

Reeves, Paschal, 1917-. Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1938 - Political and social views, National characteristics, American, in literature, Literature and society - United States - History - 20th century, Race in literature, Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1938. Athens, University of Georgia Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Alethea Bowser on February 21, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

The sequel to Thomas Wolfe's remarkable first novel, Look Homeward, Angel, Of Time and the River is one of the great classics of American literature

The sequel to Thomas Wolfe's remarkable first novel, Look Homeward, Angel, Of Time and the River is one of the great classics of American literature.

And from time to time her careless transcription has Wolfe saying exactly the reverse of what he intended. She varied her theme only to scold Wolfe for wasting his time, for not getting on with his writing, for not keeping to a fixed schedule of work, for drinking too much. In a burst of self-pity, about to celebrate his 26th birthday, he wrote Aline: ''At 23 hundreds of people thought I'd do something. Now, no one does - not even myself. 'Every one of these words stabs me,'' he replied, and he grew more and more frantic under the burden of guilt that she heaped upon him. Wolfe's letters reveal that much of the time he was anxious, distraught and nearly suicidal.

Thomas C. Reeves (born 1936) is a . historian who specializes in late 19th and 20th century America. Born into a blue collar family in Tacoma, Washington, Reeves received his . at Pacific Lutheran University, his . at the University of Washington, and his P. in history at the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1966. After four years at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, he went on to become a professor of history at the University of Wisconsin–Parkside.

Reeves, Paschal, 1917-, University of Georgia. Format: Conference Proceeding Book. Of time and the river; a legend of man's hunger in his youth, by: Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1938. Published: Athens, University of Georgia Press. Subjects: Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1938.

A stranger seeing her for the first time would have known somehow that the woman was a member of a numerous family, and that her face had the tribal look. He would somehow have felt certain that the woman had brothers and that if he could see them, they would look like her. Yet, this masculine quality was not a quality of sex, for the woman, save for the broad manlike nose, was as thoroughly female as a woman could be.

Thomas Wolfe's April 1935 note on the Scottsboro case reveals, according to Richard S. Kennedy and Paschal Reeves . Kennedy and Paschal Reeves, "the illogic of many of Wolfe's social and political positions," and how important personal experience and intuition were to him (qtd. in Wolfe, Notebooks 2: 736).

Of Time and the River. Thomas Wolfe died at the age of thirty-eight.

University of North Carolina Press, two volumes p. (out of print). Of Time and the River. Look Homeward: A Life of Thomas Wolfe. by David Herbert Donald. While traveling out west he was taken very ill with pneumonia and, symptoms unabating, was transferred to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, where he died of a tubercular lesion to the brain. Six feet four-and- a-half inches tall; awkward, handsome, impressive, and intimidating.

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