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Selected Bibliography of American Literary Naturalism Represented in this bibliography are major statements on the school of American literary naturalism,as well as a few of the major sources related to American literary realism. Not represented here are primary texts, nineteenth -century critical essays on aesthetic theory,and other random sources used throughout this study; when used these sources are fully documented in the endnotes. For a comprehensive bibliography of works dealing with the American Romance Tradition and the Novel/Romance distinction, see G.R.Thompson and Eric Carl Link,Neutral Ground: New Traditionalism and the American Romance Controversy (Louisiana State UP, 1999). Åhnebrink, Lars. The Beginnings of Naturalism in American Fiction. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, 1950. ———. The Influence of Émile Zola on Frank Norris. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, 1947. Baguley, David. “The ‘Lure’ of the Naturalist Text.” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature 19.1–2(March/June 1992): 273–80. ———.NaturalistFiction:TheEntropicVision.NewYork:CambridgeUP,1990. Becker, George J., ed. Documents of Modern Literary Realism. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton UP, 1963. Bell, Michael Davitt. The Problem of American Realism: Studies in the Cultural History of a Literary Idea. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1993. Berofsky, Bernard. Determinism. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton UP, 1971. Berthoff, Warner. The Ferment of Realism: American Literature, 1884–1919. New York: Collier-MacMillan, 1965. Bowron,Bernard R., Jr.“Realism in America.”Comparative Literature 3.3 (summer 1951): 268–85. Selected Bibliography 205 Cady, Edwin H. The Light of Common Day: Realism in American Fiction. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1971. Campbell, Donna M. Resisting Regionalism: Gender and Naturalism in American Fiction: 1885–1915. Athens: Ohio UP, 1997. Cargill, Oscar. Intellectual America: Ideas on the March. New York: Macmillan, 1941. Carter,Everett.HowellsandtheAgeofRealism. Philadelphia: Lippincott,1954. ———. “The Meaning of, and in, Realism.” Antioch Review 12.1 (spring 1952): 78–94. Chase, Richard. The American Novel and Its Tradition. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1957. Chevrel,Yves.Le naturalisme. Paris: Presses universitaires de France,1982. Civello, Paul. American Literary Naturalism and its Twentieth-Century Transformations: Frank Norris, Ernest Hemingway, Don DeLillo. Athens : U of Georgia P, 1994. Clark,Harry H.“The Influence of Science on American Literary Criticism, 1860–1910.” Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 44 (1955): 109–64. Conder, John J. Naturalism in American Fiction: The Classic Phase. Lexington : UP of Kentucky, 1984. Conner, Frederick William. Cosmic Optimism: A Study of the InterpretationofEvolutionbyAmericanPoetsfromEmersontoRobinson .Gainesville: U of Florida P, 1949. Cowley, Malcolm. “Naturalism in American Literature.” Evolutionary ThoughtinAmerica,ed.StowPersons.NewHaven,Conn.:YaleUP,1950. ———. “‘Not Men’: A Natural History of American Naturalism.” Kenyon Review 9 (summer 1947): 414–35. Decker, Clarence R. “Zola’s Literary Reputation in England.” PMLA 49 (1934): 1140–53. Den Tandt, Christophe. The Urban Sublime in American Literary Naturalism . Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1998. Dudley, John. “Inside and Outside the Ring: Manhood, Race, and Art in American Literary Naturalism.” College Literature 29.1 (winter 2002): 53–82. Eddy, Willard O. “The Scientific Bases of Naturalism in Literature.” Western Humanities Review 13.3 (summer 1954): 219–30. 206 Selected Bibliography Edwards, Herbert. “Howells and the Controversy Over Realism in American Fiction.” American Literature 3 (1931): 237–48. ———. “Zola and the American Critics.” American Literature 4 (May 1932): 114–29. Falk, Robert P. “The Rise of Realism, 1871–91.” Transitions in American Literary History, ed.Harry H.Clark.Durham,N.C.: Duke UP,1953. Farrell,James T.“Some Observations on Naturalism,So Called,in Fiction.” Reflections at Fifty and Other Essays. New York: Vanguard, 1954. Figg,Robert M.,III. “Naturalism as a Literary Form.”Georgia Review 18.3 (fall 1964): 308–16. Fisher, Philip. Hard Facts: Setting and Form in the American Novel. New York: Oxford UP, 1985. Fleissner, Jennifer. “The Work of Womanhood in American Naturalism.” Differences 8.1 (spring 1996): 57–93. Frierson,William C.,and Herbert Edwards.“The Impact of French Naturalism on American Critical Opinion 1877–1892.” PMLA 63 (1948): 1007–16. Furst,Lilian R.,and Peter N. Skrine. Naturalism. London: Methuen,1971. Geismar, Maxwell. Rebels and Ancestors: The American Novel, ‒: Frank Norris, Stephen Crane, Jack London, Ellen Glasgow [and] Theodore Dreiser. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1953. Gendin, Sidney. “Was Stephen Crane (or Anybody Else) a Naturalist?” Cambridge Quarterly 24.2 (1995): 89–101. Giles, James R. The Naturalistic Inner-City Novel in America: Encounters with the Fat Man. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 1995. Graham,Don.“Naturalism in American Fiction: A Status Report.”Studies in American Fiction 10.1 (spring 1982): 1.16. Hakutani,Yoshinobu,andLewisFried,eds.AmericanLiteraryNaturalism...


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