The Novel of tomorrow : and the scope of fiction
- The Novel of tomorrow : and the scope of fiction / by twelve American novelists.
- Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill, 1922.
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- 146 pages; 18 cm
- "The articles in this volume first appeared in a supplement to the New Republic of April 12, 1922, on 'The novel of tomorrow and the scope of fiction'."
- Apollyon vs. Pollyanna, by S.H. Adams.--The American form of the novel, by Mary Austin.--A note on alcoves, by J.B. Cabell.--The difference between life and fiction by F. Dell.--The major issue, by W. Frank.--The novel of tomorrow, by Zona Gale.--The profession of novelist, by J. Hergesheimer.--The new novel, by R. Herrick.--A note on the new novel, by H. O'Higgins.--A brace of definitions and a short code, by H.K. Webster.--Splitting fiction three ways, by W.A. White.--"Dreaming true", by Edith F. Wyatt.
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