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Fri Mar 21 17:11:43 2014 UTClccn-n500145940.18De avonturen van Nick Adams /0.401.00Philip Young papers,51816877n 5001459450066Young, Philipヤング, フィリップlccn-n78078534Hemingway, Ernest1899-1961lccn-n79007728Hawthorne, Nathaniel1804-1864lccn-nr89014976Mann, Charles W.(Charles William)1929-lccn-n50022584Weintraub, Stanley1929-edtlccn-n79066121Morrell, David1943-auilccn-n85130325Spanier, Sandra Whipple1951-auilccn-n79006936Melville, Herman1819-1891fast-796456Adams, Nick (Fictitious character)lccn-n50019877White, William1910-1995auiedtlccn-n83800177Magnane, GeorgestrlYoung, Philip1918-1991FictionDomestic fictionCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksHistoryBiographyCatalogsHistorical fictionOccult fictionShort storiesMassachusetts--SalemHaunted housesHemingway, Ernest,FamiliesAdams, Nick (Fictitious character)House of the seven gables (Hawthorne, Nathaniel)War correspondentsReporters and reportingWorld War (1939-1945)Press coverageMassachusettsAmerican fictionNew EnglandMurderersPrisonersCousinsConduct of lifeBrothers and sistersChildren--Conduct of lifeAmerican literatureHawthorne, Nathaniel,Historical fictionDomestic fictionParanormal fictionUnited StatesNovelists, AmericanManuscripts, AmericanManuscriptsCamp followersWomen--Sexual behaviorAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)WomenCriticismMelville, Herman,False imprisonmentManners and customsHistorical fiction, AmericanAngelo, Valenti,SecrecyAuthors, AmericanLand tenureShort storiesInterpersonal conflictHorror talesPuritansAmerican essaysHigh interest-low vocabulary booksJournalistsFamily secretsDomestic fiction, American1918199119241948195119521953195419551956195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197619771979198019811983198419871989199019931995199719992000200220032007974559280813.3PS3515.E37ocn000114402ocn763048020ocn492087155ocn463512783ocn688655186ocn314110326ocn463525765ocn420148183ocn441375766ocn443157050ocn439706907ocn440097975ocn7427996894163125ocn002154619book18590.33Young, PhilipErnest Hemingway; a reconsiderationCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+K745756275122512ocn000257743book19670.37Young, PhilipThree bags full; essays in American fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc7397ocn010506599book19840.33Young, PhilipHawthorne's secret : an un-told taleBiography+-+906087423532473310ocn000021226book19690.59Young, PhilipThe Hemingway manuscripts; an inventoryCatalogsBibliography6163ocn002798275book19770.28Young, PhilipRevolutionary ladiesHistory"Being the surprising true histories of some forgotten American women -- all beautiful, rich, and Loyalists -- whose lives were shaped by scandal and turned upside down by the War for Independence"--Dust jacket5676ocn000609168book19730.59Weintraub, StanleyDirections in literary criticism; contemporary approaches to literature5516ocn042752404book20000.63Young, PhilipAmerican fiction, American myth : essaysCriticism, interpretation, etcNineteen of Young's essays study American fiction, the works of Hemingway, and Young's own unique critical standard. Young reveals the "so what?" that he insisted all literary studies ought to have by demonstrating the impact of American writing on culture and myth+-+01857562753244296ocn025872689book19930.73Young, PhilipThe private MelvilleCriticism, interpretation, etcThe Private Melville demonstrates how great a role his profound sense of privacy played in Melville's life and work. Secrets he was careful never to reveal are unmasked by Philip Young. Privacy, as it appears to Melville here, is of three types. First are family matters the public had no business knowing about, such as the life story of a secret half-sister; next the story of the life of a cousin, Priscilla, model for the heroine of his novel Pierre, who scandalously "marries" her half-brother; and then a history testing a rash claim made by Melville regarding the lineage of "hundreds" of ordinary New England families. The second type concerns four Berkshire Tales that depend heavily on "private jokes," and thus have secret meaning that escaped the editors who printed them and continue to evade critics and scholars. The third kind deals with two "fictions" so little understood that the meaning might as well be secret: a speech of Ahab's, which is called the "spiritual climax" of Moby-Dick; and Melville's very last fiction, "Daniel Orme," a self-portrait in which he has gone pretty much unrecognized+-+32035562753241987ocn055650525book19720.23Hemingway, ErnestThe Nick Adams storiesFictionShort storiesEvents in the life of Hemingway's memorable character are presented chronologically in this arrangement of the stories+-+65941693151407ocn000849820book19660.37Young, PhilipErnest Hemingway, a reconsiderationCriticism, interpretation, etc718ocn000114402book19240.21Hawthorne, NathanielThe house of the seven gablesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcFictionStudy guidesDomestic fictionHistorical fictionOccult fictionColonel Pyncheon does well in denouncing Old Matthew: he founds a New England dynasty and builds a remarkable mansion; but on its opening day he is found dead, slaked in his own blood. By 1840, that dynasty is almost spent; amid the dust and decay of the Seven Gables, Clifford and Hepzibah believe in their own continued nobility as much as they believe in the mysterious curse still tracking the Pyncheons. After 30 years in prison for a murder he did not commit, Clifford Pyncheon and his sister Hepzibah continue to worry about the power of the real murderer, their cousin Judge Pyncheon5312ocn222435074book19680.24Hemingway, ErnestBy-line: Ernest Hemingway; selected articles and dispatches of four decadesBiographyContains Hemingway's work as a reporter, spanning the years 1920-1956. These articles show the raw material used to form many of his literary creations505ocn708332811book19700.76Hemingway, ErnestEn ligne choix d'articles et de dépêches de quarante années354ocn002623965rcrd19700.47Young, PhilipThe sound and the fury (William Faulkner)302ocn003747272rcrd19710.56Young, PhilipThe Sun also rises (Ernest Hemingway)Criticism, interpretation, etc223ocn003732901rcrd19700.56Young, PhilipA farewell to arms (Ernest Hemingway)205ocn006252903book19610.79Young, PhilipErnest HemingwayCriticism, interpretation, etc121ocn063297417book19800.18Hemingway, ErnestDe avonturen van Nick Adams114ocn039645315book19610.96Young, PhilipErnest Hemingway82ocn001520741book19550.18Young, PhilipErnest Hemingway11ocn702172321bks1.00Hemingway, ErnestErnest Hemingway collectionArchivesThe Hemingway collection consists of letters, manuscripts, photographs and artwork related to Ernest Hemingway. There are original letters and copies of letters from Hemingway to Grace Quinlan Otis, Edward K. Thompson and others. Writings include a photocopy of a typescript draft of "A Moveable Feast," a typescript draft of "Today is Friday," a galley proof of "A Hemingway Reader," and galley proofs of manuscripts by Carlos Baker, Charles A. Fenton, Leicester Hemingway, Lillian Ross, Marcelline Hemingway Sanford and Philip Young. There are also photographs of Hemingway as a young man and representations of Hemingway in artwork by Arthur Hawkins and Justin Sturm11ocn053101441mix1.00Young, PhilipPhilip Young papersArchivesThe collection consists of Philip Young's working papers, chiefly his notes, drafts, research notes, reviews, and other items connected with his books and essays on Ernest Hemingway, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville, and other figures in American literature and history+-+9060874235324+-+9060874235324Fri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch19622