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Nathanael West: An Interpretive Study
by James F. Light
Northwestern University Press, 1971
Paper: 978-0-8101-3965-7

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This study of the novels of Nathanael West begins with the important threads of West’s life and their relationship to his works. James F. Light gives a detailed analysis of each of West's novels, investigating in particular the works' treatment of social criticism and manipulation of dream and symbol.

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