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The middle western farm novel in the twentieth century, by Roy W. Meyer.

By: Meyer, Roy Willard, 1925-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press [1965]Description: vii, 265 p. 24 cm.Subject(s): American fiction -- Middle West -- History and criticism | American fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism | Middle West -- In literature | Farm life in literatureAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Middle western farm novel in the twentieth century.DDC classification: 813.5093 LOC classification: PS374.F3 | M4 1965Other classification: HU 1811 Also issued online.
Contents:
What is a farm novel? -- The farm in the nineteenth-century fiction -- The pioneering venture: The farm novelist as historian -- Escape and return: The farm novelist as arbiter of values -- Man against man: The farm novelist as a social critic -- Men and women on the farm: the farm novelist as psychologist -- The farm novel in perspective.
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Book University of Texas At Tyler
Stacks - 3rd Floor
PS374.F3 M4 1965 (Browse shelf) Available 0000101002491

Based on thesis, State University of Iowa.

"An annotated bibliography of middle western farm fiction, 1891-1962": p. 200-242.

Bibliography: p. 243-252.

Also issued online.

What is a farm novel? -- The farm in the nineteenth-century fiction -- The pioneering venture: The farm novelist as historian -- Escape and return: The farm novelist as arbiter of values -- Man against man: The farm novelist as a social critic -- Men and women on the farm: the farm novelist as psychologist -- The farm novel in perspective.

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