Reading, Learning, Teaching Clyde Edgerton

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This is an introduction to the literature of contemporary American writer Clyde Edgerton. A North Carolina native, Edgerton has been compared to Mark Twain for his easy, humorous style, which is based in oral tradition. Like Twain and other humorous writers, Edgerton's work often contains both biting satire and exploration of very large questions about the human condition. The book contains an overview of each of his novels and his memoir in addition to offering critical commentary on theme, craft, and structure. ...

Reading, Learning, Teaching Clyde Edgerton 2008, Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers, New York

ISBN-13: 9780820481432

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