<i>A Companion to American Fiction, 1865-1914</i> is a groundbreaking collection of essays written by leading critics for a wide audience of scholars, students, and interested general readers. <br><ul><br><li>An exceptionally broad-ranging and accessible <i>Companion</i> to the study of American fiction of the post-civil war period and the early twentieth century Brings together 29 essays by top scholars, each of which presents a synthesis of the best research and offers an original perspective <br><li>Divided into sections on historical traditions and genres, contexts and themes, and major authors <br><li>Covers a mixture of canonical and the non-canonical themes, authors, literatures, and critical approaches <br><li>Explores innovative topics, such as ecological literature and ecocriticism, children’s literature, and the influence of Darwin on fiction</li></ul>
Everyone knows the Greenleaf family puts the â€œHellâ€ in Hellcat Canyon legend has it the only way they ever leave is in a cop car or a casket. But Glory Greenleaf has a different getaway vehicle in mind: her guitar. She has a Texas-sized talent and the ambition (and attitude) to match, but only two people have ever believed in her: her brother, whoâ€™s in jail, and his best friend . . . who put him there.
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