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Currents in the contemporary Argentine novel : Arlt, Mallea, Sabato, and Cortázar
(University of Missouri Press, 1975)
Foster briefly outlines the the historical tradition of the novel in Argentinian literature and focuses his study to four of its major contemporary writers. His selective survey examines the attributes that distinguish ...
The Kefauver Committee and the politics of crime, 1950-1952
(University of Missouri Press, 1974)
In 1950, the essentials of two distinct interpretations of organized crime existed side by side in the United States. One was essentially socioeconomic, one conspiratorial. The Kefauver Crime Committee of 1950-1951 was to ...
The Seventy-sixth Congress and World War II, 1939-1940
(University of Missouri Press, 1979)
This work examines legislative correspondence and published documents of the Seventy-sixth Congress to magnify the legistalive branch's role in determining American foreign policy in the years leading up to World War II. ...
War and the novelist : appraising the American war novel
(University of Missouri Press, 1976)
This study, based on a comprehensive examination of a representative cross-section of the literature, attempts a fresh evaluation of the contemporary American War novel. Many of the authors discussed here have done more ...