William Dean Howells

NOUN
  1. United States writer and editor (1837-1920)
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  • “What the American public wants in the theater is a tragedy with a happy ending,” William Dean Howells said. 2009 May 18 « One-Minute Book Reviews
  • The great man of letters William Dean Howells wrote in "Stories of Ohio" 1897 that if Chapman was right in his Swedenborgian belief that we are encircled by spirits that reflect our own behavior, then "this harmless, loving, uncouth, half-crazy man walked daily with the angels of God. A Pro-Growth Strategy
  • The great man of letters William Dean Howells wrote in "Stories of Ohio" 1897 that if Chapman was right in his Swedenborgian belief that we are encircled by spirits that reflect our own behavior, then "this harmless, loving, uncouth, half-crazy man walked daily with the angels of God. A Pro-Growth Strategy
  • In 1920, the unadmired great man of American letters, William Dean Howells, died, and Lewis published Main Street; then Babbitt (1922); Arrowsmith (1925); Elmer Gantry (1927); Dodsworth (1929). The Romance of Sinclair Lewis
  • In Practical Ecocriticism, Love argues for sociobiologically informed criticism, and applies it to themes of place in Willa Gather, animals in Ernest Hemingway, and the ecological in William Dean Howells.
  • Twain said in a letter to his friend William Dean Howells, the editor of The Atlantic Monthly, that Orion "wrote me jubilantly of what a ten-strike he was going to make with that speech. Mark Twain's "Skeleton Novelette"
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