For fifty years, the American Richard Stern has been praised as a qwriter's writer.q His collected stories in Noble Rot 1949-1989 earned him a Book of the Year Award from the Chicago Sun-Times, adding to his recognition as one of America's most acclaimed writers of fiction in novels and short stories. This study of Stern's life and writings discusses major themes Stern has dealt with, explores the issue of fictional autobiography as it relates to Stern's work, and analyzes each of his published novels and short stories from Golk(1960) to Pacific Tremors and What Is What Was (both 2001). An interview with Richard Stern is included.For fifty years, the American Richard Stern has been praised as a aquot;writera#39;s writer.
|Title||:||The Writings of Richard Stern|
|Author||:||David Garrett Izzo|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2001-12-18|