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American Writers Against The Vietnam War
... American Writers Against the Vietnam War was an umbrella organization created in 1965 by American poets Robert Bly and David Ray ... against the Vietnam War, allowing writers to protest under a collective identity of their own ... Well-known American writers who participated in A.W.A.V.W ...
Bibliography - Interviews or Essays On Gerald Vizenor
... Other Words American Indian Literature, Law, and Culture, (American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series), Jace Weaver, Univ ... Excavating Voices Listening to Photographs of Native Americans, Michael Katakis (Editor), University of Pennsylvania Museum Press ... An Interview with Gerald Vizenor, Dallas Miller, 1995, Studies in American Indian Literatures, 7, 77, 1995 Spring ...
American Realism - Writers - Mark Twain
... Early 19th-century American writers tended to be flowery, sentimental, or ostentatious—partially because they were still trying to prove that they could write as elegantly as the English ... in speech, the words that survive in language." In the same essay, Hemingway stated that all American fiction comes from Mark Twain's novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ... For Twain and other American writers of the late 19th century, realism was not merely a literary technique It was a way of speaking truth and exploding worn-out conventions ...
Lists Of Writers - Lists By Nationality, Race, Origin or Gender
... African American writers African writers or by country Albanian writers Algerian writers Arab American writers Armenian authors Asian American writers Assyrian writers Australian authors Bangladeshi writers ...

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