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  • Frank Norris’ Literary TerminologyA Note On Historical Context
  • John E. McCluskey
John E. McCluskey
The University of Tennessee at Martin

Footnotes

1. Robert E. Spiller, “Toward Naturalism in Fiction,” on the Literary History of the United States, ed. Robert E. Spiller et al. (New York, 1948), pp. 1026–27.

2. H. Rider Haggard, “About Fiction,” Contemporary Review, LI (February, 1887), 175–76.

3. Albion Tourgée, “The Claim of ‘Realism,’” North American Review, CXLVIII (March, 1889), 386.

4. Hamlin Garland, “Sanity in Fiction,” North American Review, CLXXVI (March, 1903), 340.

5. Frank Norris, “A Plea for Romantic Fiction,” Boston Evening Transcript (December, 1901), 14

5. Frank Norris, “A Plea for Romantic Fiction,” Boston Evening Transcript (December, 1901), 14

6. Frank Norris, “Zola As a Romantic Writer,” San Francisco Wave (June 27, 1896), 3

7. “The Novel of Misery,” Quarterly Review, CXCVI (October, 1902), 392.

8. Max Nordau, Degeneration (New York, 1905), p. 492.

9. George Moore, Impressions and Opinions (New York, 1891), pp. 123–29.

10. William Dean Howells, “Emile Zola,” North American Review, CLXXV (November, 1902), 588.

11. “Mr. Howells on Some Modern Novelists,” Critic, XI (July 16, 1897), 32.

The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, IV (Washington, 1911), pp. 236–48

13. The Literary Criticism of Frank Norris, p. 76.

Maurice Thompson, “The Romance and the Novel,” Chautauquan, XVI (October, 1892), 43

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Additional Information

ISSN
1948-7142
Print ISSN
0043-3462
Pages
pp. 148-150
Launched on MUSE
2017-10-04
Open Access
No
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