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"One Spot of Color": Frank Norris's Apprenticeship Writings
(Frank Norris Studies, 1998)
This article describes Frank Norris' use of "local color" techniques as he moved ahead in his career as writer of American naturalism. It also explores Norris' relationship to race and the traditional "subjects" of local ...
Male Call: Becoming Jack London
(Modern Fiction Studies, 1996)
Presented here is a review by Donna Campbell analyzing the book: Jonathan Auerbach. Male Call: Becoming Jack London. Durham: Duke UP, 1996. x + 289 pp.
Edith Wharton and the "Authoresses": The Critique of Local Color in Wharton's Early Fiction
(Studies in American Fiction, 1994)
Edith Wharton's impatience with what she called the "rose and lavender pages" of the New England local color "authoresses" reverberates throughout her autobiography and informs such novels as Ethan Frome and Summer. In A ...