Happy 181st Birthday to William Dean Howells! March 1, 1837-May 11, 1920
The following items have been added under New Books and Articles.
Bush, Harold K. Continuing Bonds with the Dead: Parental Grief and Nineteenth-Century American Authors. American Literary Realism and Naturalism Series (American Literary Realism and Naturalism Series). Tuscaloosa, AL: U of Alabama P, 2016. Print.
Klevay, Robert. “Indian Summer’s Critique and Celebration of the Epistolary Novel.” American Literary Realism 48.2 (2016): 112-27. Print.
Monteiro, George. “Bartley Hubbard’s Sunday Work.” American Literary Realism 48.2 (2016): 183-86. Print.
Weaver, James. “Hairy Paws and Bald Heads: Anxiety and Authority in W. D. Howells’ an Imperative Duty.” American Literary Realism 48.2 (2016): 95-111. Print.
Bernstein, Samantha. “The Joys of the Elevated: William Dean Howells and the Urban Picturesque.” Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue Canadienne d’Etudes Americaines 45.3 (2015): 278-99. Print.
Bitney, Joseph. “W. D. Howells: Two New Documents.” American Literary Realism 47.2 (2015): 169-75. Print.
Dawson, Melanie. Emotional Reinventions: Realist-Era Representations Beyond Sympathy. Ann Arbor, MI: U of Michigan P, 2015. Print.
Dobson, James E. The Awkward Age of Autobiography: Modernization, Temporality, and American Self-Representation, 1865-1915. 2015. Print.
Machor, James L. “Reading for Humor or Realism: W. D. Howells and Mark Twain’s Early Reception in the U. S. Public Sphere.” American Literary Realism 47.2 (2015): 136-50. Print.
Pearson, Deborah. “Unsustainable Acts of Love and Resistance: The Politics of Value and Cost in One-on-One Performances.” Canadian Theatre Review 162 (2015): 2, 63-67. Print.
Quinn, Patrick J. Patriarchy in Eclipse: The Femme Fatale and the New Woman in American Literature and Culture 1870-1920. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2015. Print.
Alders, Maximilian. “‘Mind-Telling’ in Silas Lapham.” Journal of Narrative Theory 44.2 (2014): 212-43. Print.
Ash, Scott. “A Taste for the Public: Uncle Stevie’s Work for Entertainment Weekly.” Stephen King’s Modern Macabre: Essays on the Later Works. Eds. McAleer, Patrick and Michael A. Perry. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014. ix, 209 pp. Print.
Darda, Joseph. “The Sacrificial Enterprise: Negotiating Mutilation in W. D. Howells’ a Hazard of New Fortunes.” American Literary Realism 46.3 (2014): 210-29. Print.
Howells, Coral Ann. “From Rowanwood to Downtown: The Torontonians and Girls Fall Down.” Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature (Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature). Ed. Fraile-Marcos, Ana Maria. New York, NY: Routledge, 2014. xii, 195 pp. Print.
Knewitz, Simone. “‘Try My Tivoli’: Conspicuous Consumption in William Dean Howells’s a Modern Instance.” Anglistik und Englischunterricht 82 (2014): 133-52. Print.
Kohler, Michelle. “Some Glittering Nondescript Vertebrate: The Provocative Style of Realism in Howells’ a Hazard of New Fortunes.” American Literary Realism 46.3 (2014): 189-209. Print.
—. Miles of Stare: Transcendentalism and the Problem of Literary Vision in Nineteenth-Century America. Tuscaloosa, AL: U of Alabama P, 2014. Print.
Korobkin, Laura H. “William Dean Howells’s Deserted Wife: E. D. E. N. Southworth, a Modern Instance, and Sentimental Divorce Narration.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 86.2 (2014): 333-60. Print.
Parker, Melissa Pluta. ‘The Hollow Men’: Divorce and Manhood in the Novels of Howells, James, and Wharton. 2014. Print.
Schmidt, Michael. The Novel: A Biography. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Harvard UP, 2014. Print.
Storey, Mark. “Spectacular Distractions: P. T. Barnum and American Modernism.” Modernism/Modernity 21.1 (2014): 107-23. Print.
Taghizadeh, Ali. “A Theory of Literary Realism.” Theory and Practice in Language Studies 4.8 (2014): 1628-35. Print.
Walsh, Fintan. “Touching, Flirting, Whispering: Performing Intimacy in Public.” TDR: The Drama Review: A Journal of Performance Studies 58.4 [T224] (2014): 56-67. Print.
Beckman, John. “The Church of Fact: Genre Hybridity in Huckleberry Finn and Silas Lapham.” Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 69.3 (2013): 23-47. Print.
Daniels, Melissa Asher. Black Literary Realism and the Romance of Race. 2013. Print.
Gundry, Jenifer L. Print Culture in Utopia: A Study of Five Fin De Siecle Anglo-American Literary Utopias. 2013. Print.
Hardwig, Bill. Upon Provincialism: Southern Literature and National Periodical Culture, 1870-1900. American Literatures Initiative (American Literatures Initiative). Charlottesville, VA: U of Virginia P, 2013. Print.
Howells, Coral Ann. “Tellers and Listeners: The Narrative Imagination of Carol Shields.” Form and Feeling in Modern Literature: Essays in Honour of Barbara Hardy. Eds. Baker, William and Isobel Armstrong. London, England: Legenda, 2013. xiii, 211 pp. Print.
Jamil, S. Selina. “Transcending Masculinity and Femininity in Editha.” Explicator 71.4 (2013): 284-91. Print.
McGehee, Michael. “Religion, Family, and National Belonging in W. D. Howells’ the Undiscovered Country.” American Literary Realism 45.2 (2013): 118-32. Print.
Paek, Joongul. “[the Cultural Politics of Excess: Mass Culture and Realism in The Rise of Silas Lapham].” Journal of English Language and Literature/Yongo Yongmunhak 59.5 (2013): 667-88. Print.
Pizer, Donald. “W. D. Howells’ A Hazard of New Fortunes: A Mostly Formalist Reading.” American Literary Realism 46.1 (2013): 1-11. Print.
Wortham, Thomas. “William Dean Howells’s Spiritual Quest(Ioning) in a ‘World Come of Age’.” Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature 65.3 (2013): 206-24. Print.
The new issue of The Howellsian is available here: Howellsian Spr 2016–Vol 18 No 2
[William Dean Howells, bust portrait]
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The new issue of The Howellsian is available:
Session 6-H A Radical Howells (Essex North West 3rd Floor)
Organized by the William Dean Howells Society
Chair: Dan Mrozowski, Trinity College
1. ‘Dynamite Talk’: William Dean Howells, The Haymarket Affair, and a Legal Theory of Literary Complicity,” Jesse W. Schwartz, LaGuardia Community College
2. “‘Our Western Friend’: William Dean Howells, John Hay, and The Bread-Winners Affair Revisited,” Andrew Ball, Lindenwood University
3. “A Woman’s “Brand” of Success in William Dean Howells’s The Rise of Silas Lapham,” Carrie Johnston, Quincy University
4. “Liberal Guilt and Social Justice: William Dean Howells and the Limits of Genteel Sympathy,” Samantha Bernstein, York University
Session 12-D Returning to the Scene of the “Crime”: Mark Twain’s “Whittier Birthday Speech” Re-enacted and Reconsidered (St. George D 3rd Floor)
Organized by the Mark Twain Circle of America
Chair: Bruce Michelson, University of Illinois-Urbana
Rather than a session of papers, this session will involve a re-enactment of Twain’s notorious Whittier Birthday Speech, delivered at Boston’s Hotel Brunswick in 1877, with a reading of the speech, readings of newspaper accounts, readings from letters between William Dean Howells and Twain, and readings of reminiscences by both Howells and Twain. A discussion will follow. The Mark Twain Players: John Bird, Winthrop University David Carkeet, Independent Scholar Kerry Driscoll, University of Saint Joseph Kathryn Dolan, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Session 14-L Business Meeting: William Dean Howells Society (Essex North East 3rd Floor)
Session 17-G New Approaches to William Dean Howells’s A Hazard of New Fortunes (Essex North West 3rd Floor)
Organized by the William Dean Howells Society
Chair: Dan Mrozowski, Trinity College
1. “The Voice of the Veteran in W.D. Howells’s A Hazard of New Fortunes,” Liam Corley, United States Naval Academy
2. “‘Dere iss no Ameriga any more’: Unintelligible Subjects in Howells’s A Hazard of New Fortunes,” Jeremy MacFarlane, Queen’s University
3. “‘Feeling like Populace’: Public Transportation and the Doctrine of Complicity in Howellsian Realism,” John Sampson, Johns Hopkins University
The new Howellsian has been emailed to members and is now available at https://howellssociety.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/howellsian-fall-2014-vol-17-no-1.pdf
Dear ALA Affiliated Societies:
Many of you have heard about this ALA-sponsored symposium through postings on other sites, but I wanted to make sure that all of the ALA affiliated groups new about the upcoming symposium on “God and the American Writer.” The symposium will be held at the Sheraton Gunter Hotel in San Antonio, Texas, on February 26-28, 2015. The deadline for paper proposals is December 1st. All proposals should be sent to Jeanne Reesman at email@example.com.
Aside from great panels with great papers, the symposium will also feature two keynote addresses, one by Harold K. Bush on Mark Twain and one by Jonathan Cook on Herman Melville. We’ll also have a poetry reading with the theme of women and spirituality featuring Bonnie Lyons, poet and critic, and Enedina Vasquez, poet, artist, and lay Episcopal minister. In addition, we’ll have a screening of Terence Malik’s film The Tree of Life with an informance by Stacey Peebles. There will be a mariachi reception and luncheons and a tour of local historic missions and the San Fernando Cathedral.