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Wallace Stegner

by Merrill Lewis

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Published by Boise State College in Boise, Idaho .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West (U.S.)
    • Subjects:
    • Stegner, Wallace Earle, 1909- -- Criticism and interpretation,
    • Western stories -- History and criticism,
    • West (U.S.) -- In literature

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 43-48.

      Statementby Merrill and Lorene Lewis.
      SeriesBoise State College Western writers series ; no. 4
      ContributionsLewis, Lorene, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3537.T316 Z82
      The Physical Object
      Pagination48 p. ;
      Number of Pages48
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5395384M
      ISBN 10088430003X
      LC Control Number72619569

      Wallace Stegner has published thirteen novels, three short-story collections, sixteen nonfiction titles, and has edited eighteen works in the fifty-three years he has been publishing books. His first novella, Remembering Laughter, won a Little, Brown Prize in , and in Random House published Stegner’s collected stories. Wallace Stegner: Growing Up. Wallace Stegner did not have a normal childhood. He was born on Feb. 18, , in the tiny town of Lake Mills, Iowa, but this was not the place that he called home.

      Wallace Earle Stegner, Author Random House (NY) $ (p) ISBN One of Wallace Stegner's greatest peeves as a Western writer was the myth of the West that was promulgated in the bulk of the books about the region. The vast majority of Western novels and movies tended to perpetuate utter myths about the West, instead of grappling with the West by:

      Wallace Stegner's Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, ISBN , ISBN Stegner, Page, ed (). The Selected Letters of Wallace StegnerShoemaker & Hoard, ISBN , ISBN Stegner, Wallace (). Conversations with Wallace Stegner on Western History and Literature. Wallace Earle Stegner, well-known as the ‘Dean of Western Writers’, was an American historian, environmentalists, novelist and short story writer who encourage the need for preserving the West in younger generation of authors.


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Blending fact with fiction in this masterful historical novel, National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize winner Wallace Stegner retells the story of Joe Hill—the Wobbly bard and labor activist who became the stuff of legend when, inhe was executed for the alleged murder of a Salt Lake City businessman.

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Wallace Stegner, American author of fiction and historical nonfiction set mainly in the western United States. All his writings are informed by a deep sense of the American experience and the potential, which he termed “the geography of promise,” that the West symbolizes.

Wallace Stegner (–) was the author of, among other novels, All the Little Live Things (winner of a Commonwealth Club Gold Medal), Angle of Repose (winner of the Pulitzer Prize), and The Spectator Bird (winner of the National Book Award).

The Wallace Stegner Prize in Environmental Humanities. $5, Biennial Book Publication Prize, Presented by the University of Utah Press. The Wallace Stegner Prize will be awarded to the best monograph submitted to the Press in the broad field of environmental humanities.

The Big Rock Candy Mountain is a semi-autobiographical novel by American writer Wallace Stegner. It follows the life of the Mason family (Bo and Elsa with their sons Chester and Bruce) during the early 20th century in the United States and Canada.

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“Crossing to Safety”, p, Modern Library Copy quote [Friendship] is a relationship that has no formal shape, there are no rules or obligations or bonds as in marriage or the.

Wallace Earle Stegner, The Spectator Bird (Penguin Classics) As early asSinclair Lewis himself hailed Stegner as, "one of the most important novelists in America" but the national book. by Wallace Stegner ‧ RELEASE DATE: Ma A late autumn retrospective, accomplished with a long lens, in which Lyman Ward, retired, ill and wheelchair-bound, attempts to affirm the continuity of the past and the "Doppler effect" of time by reconstructing his grandparents' lives.

T. Watkins (–) was the first Wallace Stegner Distinguished Professor of Western American Studies at Montana State University, and was the author of twenty-eight books/5(92).

About Wallace Stegner Wallace Stegner (–) was the author of, among other novels, All the Little Live Things (winner of a Commonwealth Club Gold Medal), Angle of Repose (winner of the Pulitzer Prize), and The Spectator Bird (winner of the National Book Award).

Wallace Stegner Fellowship Unique among writing programs, Stanford offers ten two-year fellowships each year, five in fiction and five in poetry. All the fellows in each genre convene weekly in a 3-hour workshop with faculty.

Fellows are regarded as working artists, intent upon practicing and perfecting their craft. The only requirements are workshop attendance and writing.

Wallace Stegner went on to publish over sixty nonfiction books and novels including Beyond the Hundredth Meridian: John Wesley Powell and the Second Opening of the West (), The Gathering of Zion: The Story of the Mormon Trail (), The Sound of Mountain Water (), Angle of Repose (), The Spectator Bird (), Recapitulation (  Wallace Stegner () was the author of, among other novels, Remembering Laughter, ; The Big Rock Candy Mountain, ; Joe Hill, ; All the Little Live Things, (Commonwealth Club Gold Medal); A Shooting Star, ; Angle of Repose, (Pulitzer Prize); The Spectator Bird, (National Book Award, ); Recapitulation, ; and Crossing to Safety, /5(11).Stegner takes a long look back—at four decades of a foursome's life—in a novel that at moments is beguiling, though at others it labors for its theme.

Larry Morgan and his wife Sally are young westerners who, one day in Depression-poorarrive in Madison, Wisconsin, where Larry is to take a one-year teaching post at the University of Wisconsin. Their lives are charmed and transformed.