A Boy's Town, Described for "Harper's Young

  • Hardcover
  • 247 pages
  • A Boy's Town, Described for "Harper's Young People"
  • William Dean Howells
  • 13 November 2018
  • 0837128048

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A Boy's Town, Described for "Harper's Young People"❴Read❵ ➵ A Boy's Town, Described for "Harper's Young People" Author William Dean Howells – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Describes the typical adventures of a mid nineteenth century boy from his third to eleventh years Describes the Town, Described PDF/EPUB ç typical adventures of a mid nineteenth century boy from his third to eleventh years.

About the Author: William Dean Howells

Willam Dean Town, Described PDF/EPUB ç Howells was a novelist, short story writer, magazine editor, and mentor who wrote for various magazines, including the Atlantic Monthly and Harper s Magazine In January James Fields offered him the assistant editor role at the Atlantic Monthly Howells accepted after successfully negotiating for a higher salary, but was frustrated by Fields s close supervision Howells was made editor in A Boy's eBook Æ , remaining in the position until In he first met Mark Twain, which began a longtime friendship Evenimportant for the development of his literary style his advocacy of Realism was his relationship with the journalist Jonathan Baxter Harrison, who during the s wrote a series of articles for the Atlantic Monthly on the lives of ordinary AmericansHe wrote his first novel, Their Boy's Town, Described Kindle Ò Wedding Journey, in , but his literary reputation took off with the realist novel A Modern Instance, published in , which described the decay of a marriage His novel The Rise of Silas Lapham is perhaps his best known, describing the rise and fall of an American entrepreneur of the paint business His social views were also strongly represented in the novels Annie Kilburn , A Hazard of New Fortunes , and An Imperative Duty He was particularly outraged by the trials resulting from the Haymarket RiotHis poems were collected during and , and a volume under the title Stops of Various Quills was published during He was the initiator of the school of American realists who derived, through the Russians, from Balzac and had little sympathy with any other type of fiction, although he frequently encouraged new writers in whom he discovered new ideasHowells also wrote plays, criticism, and essays about contemporary literary figures such as Henrik Ibsen, mile Zola, Giovanni Verga, Benito P rez Gald s, and, especially, Leo Tolstoy, which helped establish their reputations in the United States He also wrote critically in support of American writers Hamlin Garland, Stephen Crane, Emily Dickinson, Mary E Wilkins Freeman, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Sarah Orne Jewett, Charles W Chesnutt, Abraham Cahan, Madison Cawein,and Frank Norris It is perhaps in this role that he had his greatest influence In his Editor s Study column at the Atlantic Monthly and, later, at Harper s, he formulated and disseminated his theories of realism in literatureIn he was one of the first seven people chosen for membership in the American Academy of Arts and Letters, of which he became president Howells died in Manhattan on May , He was buried in Cambridge Cemetery in MassachusettsNoting the documentary and truthful value of Howells work, Henry James wrote Stroke by stroke and book by book your work was to become, for this exquisite notation of our whole democratic light and shade and give and take, in the highest degree documentary.