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008    871123s1988    lau      b   s001 0 eng   
010    87032491 
020    080711412X|q(hardback) 
020    9780807114124|q(hardback) 
035    (OCoLC)17202662 
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050 00 PS3513.L34|bA6 1988 
082 00 813/.52|219 
100 1  Glasgow, Ellen,|d1873-1945 
245 10 Ellen Glasgow's reasonable doubts :|ba collection of her 
       writings /|cedited by Julius Rowan Raper 
260    Baton Rouge :|bLouisiana State University Press,|c©1988 
300    xix, 262 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Southern literary studies 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  A woman of to-morrow -- Woman suffrage in Virginia : Ellen
       Glasgow interviewed -- The call -- No valid reason against
       giving votes to women : an interview -- Feminism -- Some 
       literary woman myths -- The dynamic past -- "My fellow 
       Virginians" -- The novel in the South -- An experiment in 
       the South -- Opening speech of the Southern Writers 
       Conference -- A memorable novel of the old Deep South -- 
       Virginia historical portraiture, 1585-1830 : an 
       introduction -- Ellen Glasgow : an interview -- "What is a
       novel?" : contribution to a symposium -- "Evasive 
       idealism" in literature : an interview / by Joyce Kilmer -
       - Literary realism or nominalism : an imaginary 
       conversation -- Uncertain criticism -- Impressions of the 
       novel -- One way to write novels -- Heroes and monsters --
       Elder and younger brother -- An inadequate comment on 
       "Primary literature and coterie-literature" by Van Wyck 
       Brooks -- The soul of Harlem -- Modern in tempo and 
       American in spirit -- Portrait of a famous and much loved 
       dog -- George Santayana writes a "novel" -- Mr. Cabell as 
       a moralist -- Van Doren on Cabell -- "The biography of 
       Manuel" -- Branch Cabell still clings to his unbelief -- 
       What I believe -- I believe 
520    Includes 33 previously uncollected pieces -- one story, 
       one poem, numerous speeches, interviews, essays, reviews, 
       and unfinished drafts -- which address variously the 
       issues of women's rights; the history and future of 
       Southern, American, and modernist literatures; the 
       responsibilities of writer and critic; and the future of 
       humanist values in a "machine civilization", a "time of 
       general disintegration, when stupidity, cruelty, vulgarity
       and mere empty violence are all glorified in our fiction."
       --JSTOR 
651  0 Southern States|vLiterary collections 
700 1  Raper, Julius Rowan,|d1938- 
740 0  Reasonable doubts 
776 08 |iOnline version:|aGlasgow, Ellen Anderson Gholson, 1873-
       1945.|tEllen Glasgow's reasonable doubts.|dBaton Rouge : 
       Louisiana State University Press, ©1988|w(OCoLC)802299673 
830  0 Southern literary studies 
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