nonfictional prose

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prose writing that is not fictional


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Whatever Poe published in the way of nonfictional prose is included here, along with a "Foreword," in which the purpose and format of the volume are set forth, a list of abbreviations and short titles for works repeatedly cited, and a no-nonsense "Introduction" concerning Poe's role while he was associated with the Messenger from 1835 to early 1837 (he did publish other pieces there in later years, which are also included here).
Gogol's nonfictional prose has had a checkered history in scholarship.
Busby's final three chapters address Ellison's nonfictional prose, his projected second novel, and his influence on subsequent black literature.
Melvyn New has chosen Levy's most important shor stories and her most interesting nonfictional prose (with one exception - I wish he had made available her 1886 essay "The Jew in Fiction").
Out of his explorations of the Depression years came two novels, Beyond Desire (1932) and Kit Brandon (1936), and two volumes of nonfictional prose, Perhaps Women (1931) and Puzzled America (1935).