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After the Lost Generation: A Critical Study of the Writers of Two Wars, by John W. Aldridge (read 4 June 1952) On June 3, 1952, as I was reading this book I said to myself: "In this critical study of postwar 'new' novelists the author exposes the utter sterility of their views, but purblindly ignores the obvious need for an end to. disbelief. Among the 'new' novelists discussed: Vance Bourjaily, Norman Mailer, John Horne Burns, Irwin Shaw, Merle Miller, Gore Vidal, Paul Bowles, Truman Capote, and Frederick Buechner.
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John W. Aldridge (September 26, 1922 – February 7, 2007) was an American writer, literary critic, teacher and scholar. He was a professor of English at the University of Michigan, director of the Hopwood Program, USIA Special Ambassador to Germany and an esteemed literary critic. Aldridge wrote assessments of postwar American writers.
After the lost generation. a critical study of the writers of two wars. Published 1985 by Arbor House in New York Library of Congress. Published 1985 by Arbor House in New York. xxiii, 263 p. ; Number of pages.
Aldridge's work includes one of the first favorable notices of Joseph Heller's novel Something Happened and several essays on the creative strengths of Norman Mailer.
This has been especially true of my evaluations of various writers whose reputations seemed to me to have become inordinately enlarged and upon whom I saw it as my sacred duty to perform a deflating operation. Aldridge's work includes one of the first favorable notices of Joseph Heller's novel Something Happened and several essays on the creative strengths of Norman Mailer.
Aldridge, John . fter the Lost Generation: A Critical Study of the Writers of Two Wars. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1974. Bates, Milton . he Wars We Took to Vietnam: Cultural Conflict and Storytelling. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1951. Allen, Frederick Lewis.
Lost Generation, a group of American writers who came of age during World War I and . Learn more about the Lost Generation in this article. Ernest Hemingway Photograph Collection/John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.
Lost Generation, a group of American writers who came of age during World War I and established their literary reputations in the 1920s. The term is also used more generally to refer to the post-World War I generation. In the 1930s, as these writers turned in different directions, their works lost the distinctive stamp of the postwar period. The last representative works of the era were Fitzgerald’s Tender Is the Night (1934) and Dos Passos’s The Big Money (1936).
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