2 edition of brief monograph on the life and works of William Maxwell found in the catalog.
brief monograph on the life and works of William Maxwell
August E Brunsman
by Educational & Musical Arts, Inc., Carillon Historical Park in Dayton, Ohio
Written in English
|Other titles||William Maxwell, printer|
|Statement||by August Brunsman|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
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In the works included in this second volume of Maxwell’s collected writings, William Maxwell draws the reader close with narratives that blur the line dividing memoir and fiction. While he continues to explore his signature subject matter—one boy’s life in small-town Illinois—he also broadens his canvas to depict scenes from adult.
William Maxwell has 64 books on Goodreads with ratings. William Maxwell’s most popular book is So Long, See You Tomorrow. William Maxwell was a small-town boy from Illinois who edited some of the century's literary lions in 40 years at The New Yorker while also writing novels and short stories that secured his own.
William Keepers Maxwell Jr. was an American novelist, and fiction editor at the New Yorker. He studied at the University of Illinois and Harvard University. Maxwell wrote six highly acclaimed novels, a number of short stories and essays, children's stories, and a memoir, Ancestors ().
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Educated at the University of Illinois (B.A., ) and Harvard University (M.A., ), Maxwell taught. William E. Maxwell has written: 'A brief monograph on the life and works of William Maxwell' -- subject(s): Biography, Printers Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights.
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A succinct overview of Maxwell’s life, work, and editorial career. The narrative portion of the entry offers excerpts from reviews of eight of Maxwell’s volumes. Comba, Gretchen. “William Maxwell: A Checklist of the Primary Sources.” Resources for American Literary Study (): – DOI: /ralsE-mail Citation».
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All this literary work, and the accumulation of material for it, was done in the. Maxwell wrote a brief account of this, his first and probably only stab at being a man of action, in the preface to his Collected Stories, published inhis cue to acknowledge that. “Conversations with William Maxwell”, p, Univ.
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I think So Long, See You Tomorrow will always be my favourite William Maxwell work but it is a book he wrote over forty years earlier, They Came Like Swallows, that many contend is his greatest work. It is hard to argue.4/5.William Maxwell, New York, NY. 19K likes. William Maxwell was the long-time New Yorker fiction editor, and the author of "So Long, See You Tomorrow" (which won the American Book Followers: 20K.Best of John Maxwell Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.