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Introduction: Willie Masters’ Lonesome Wife

In 1968, a year after the publication of Marshall McLuhan’s The Medium Is the Message, TriQuarterly published William Gass’s second extended fiction, Willie Masters’ Lonesome Wife (WMLW).[*] Comprising sixty-three unpaginated pages and four different paper stocks and colors, the work Read on! →

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Love and Death in the American Novel

A retrospective article on Leslie Fiedler in the New York Times Book Review in 1965 referred to Love and Death in the American Novel as “one of the great, essential books on the American imagination . . . an accepted major work.” Read on! →