Nobody's home speech, self, and place in American fiction from Hawthorne to DeLillo /
In Nobody's Home, Arnold Weinstein defies the current trends of cultural studies and postmodern criticism to create a sweeping account of American fiction. From Hawthorne's "Wakefield" to Don deLillo's novels, the book pursues the idea of freedom of speech in the work of Ame...
New York :
Oxford University Press,
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