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1 Adams, Samuel Hopkins ; Mary Austin, James Branch Cabell, et al. THE NOVEL OF TOMORROW AND THE SCOPE OF FICTION by Twelve American Novelists
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merril Company 1922 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ 
(viii), 147 pages; Clean and tight in original printed gray boards. OCLC: 10624750 Contributors include Samuel Hopkins Adams, Mary Austin, James Branch Cabell, Floyd Dell, Walso Frank, Zona Gale, Joseph Hergesheimer, Harvey O'Higgins, Robert Herrick, Henry Kitchell Webster, William Allen White, and Edith Franklin Wyatt. These articles originally appeared in The New Republic along with essays by Willa Cather and by Theodore Dreiser which are not included in this collection. Contents include: Apollyon vs. Pollyanna, by S.H. Adams.--The American form of the novel, by Mary Austin.--A note on alcoves, by J.B. Cabell.--The difference between life and fiction by F. Dell.--The major issue, by W. Frank.--The novel of tomorrow, by Zona Gale.--The profession of novelist, by J. Hergesheimer.--The new novel, by R. Herrick.--A note on the new novel, by H. O'Higgins.--A brace of definitions and a short code, by H.K. Webster.--Splitting fiction three ways, by W.A. White.--"Dreaming true", by Edith F. Wyatt.; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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