Resources for American Literary Study
Resources for American Literary Study demonstrates is a a peer-reviewed journal which was founded in 1971. Its subject area is the full range of works of American literature. Issues feature a rich selection of reviews and review essays. Recent issues have presented unpublished letters from Zelda Fitzgerald, Tennessee Williams, Willa Cather, F. Scott, Bret Harte, Edith Wharton, Alice James, and Nathanael West; analyses of manuscripts by Hemingway, Eugene O’Neill, Thoreau; checklists of letters by John Cheever. Evey issue also includes book reviews. Resources for American Literary Study is published by AMS Press. This journal is a truly valuable resource for all Americanists, including graduate students to senior scholars.
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