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The Novel of tomorrow and the scope of fiction, by twelve American novelists.

Other records:
Other Title:
Novel of tomorrow
Publication:
Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company Publishers, [c1922]. (Brooklyn, N. Y. : Press of Braunworth & Co. Book Manufacturers)
Format/Description:
Book
[8], 146, [6] p. 19 cm.
Subjects:
Fiction.
Place of Publication:
United States Indiana Indianapolis.
Contents:
Apollyon vs. Pollyanna, by Samuel Hopkins Adams.
The American form of the novel, by Mary Austin.
A note on alcoves, by James Branch Cabell.
The difference between life and fiction by Floyd Dell.
The major issue, by Waldo Frank.
The novel of tomorrow, by Zona Gale.
The profession of novelist, by Joseph Hergesheimer.
The new novel, by Robert Herrick.
A note on the new novel, by Harvey O'Higgins.
A brace of definitions and a short code, by Henry Kitchell Webster.
Splitting fiction three ways, by William Allen White.
"Dreaming true", by Edith Franklin Wyatt.
Notes:
With half-title.
"The articles in this volume first appeared in a supplement to the New republic of April 12, 1922, on 'The novel of tomorrow and the scope of fiction'."
Gray paper cover lettered in black on front cover and spine.
Local notes:
Culture Class Collection copy has autograph of David E. Kessler.
Penn Provenance:
Frank, Waldo (autograph) (cop. 2)
Frank, Jean K., estate of (donor) (cop. 1 & 2)
Kessler, David E. (autograph) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
1922
Contributor:
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
American Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
10624750
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