qGass's commitment to ideas, concentrated energy and originality shine through on every page. . . . Ezra Pound as a failed modernist; the lives of Nietzsche and Wittgenstein . . . the avant garde . . . the demands of autobiography; the Pulitzer Prize Committee's . . . choices in fiction . . . flecked with fertile insights and a pleasure to readq.--PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, starred review. A 1996 National Book Critics Circle Award winner.aquot;Gassa#39;s commitment to ideas, concentrated energy and originality shine through on every page.
|Title||:||Finding a Form|
|Author||:||William H. Gass|
|Publisher||:||Cornell University Press - 1997|