Table of contents for A companion to the modern American novel 1900-1950 / edited by John T. Matthews.

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Notes on Contributors
1. An Economic History of the United States, 1900-1950: Eric Rauchway
2. The Changing Status of Women, 1900-1950: Nancy Woloch
3. The Status of African Americans, 1900-1950: Matthew Pratt Guterl
4. Pragmatism, Power, and the Politics of Aesthetic Experience: Jeanne Follansbee Quinn
5. Class and Sex in American Fiction: From Casual Laborers to Accidental Desires: Michael Trask
6. Jazz: From the Gutter to the Mainstream: Jeremy Yudkin
7. French Visual Humanisms and the American Style: Justus Nieland
8. Early Literary Modernism: Andrew Lawson
9. Naturalism: Turn-of-the-Century Modernism: Donna Campbell
10. Money and Things: Capitalist Realism, Anxiety and Social Critique in Works by Hemingway, 
Wharton, and Fitzgerald: Richard Godden
11. Chronic Modernism: Leigh Anne Duck
12. New Regionalisms: Literature and Uneven Development: Hsuan L. Hsu
13. ¿The Possibilities of Hard-Won Land¿: Midwestern Modernism and the Novel: Edward Comentale
14. Writing the Modern South: Susan Donaldson
15. What Was High About Modernism? The American Novel and Modernity: John T. Matthews
16. African American Modernisms: Michelle Stephens
17. Ethnic Modernism: Rita Keresztesi
18. The Proletarian Novel: Barbara C. Foley
19. Revolutionary Sentiments: Modern American Domestic Fiction and the Rise of the Welfare State: 
Susan Edmunds
20. Lesbian Fiction 1900-1950: Heather Love
21. The Gay Novel in the United States 1900-1950: Christopher Looby
22. The Popular Western: William Handley
23. Twentieth-Century American Crime and Detective Fiction: Charles Rzepka
24. Hard-Boiled Detective Fiction and the Hollywood Novel: Mark Eaton
25. Migration and Dislocation: The Belated Tradition of Asian-American Modernism: Delia Konzett
26. Modernism and Proto-Postmodernism: Patrick O¿Donnell
27. The Modern Novel in a New World Context: George Handley
28. Related figures: five ways of looking at leftovers: Jani Scandura

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

American fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Modernism (Literature) -- United States.