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We have compiled all the tables of contents for Western American Literature, from its beginning in 1966 until the present. This compilation allows you to search all our old issues. Due to the length of the document (it includes every book review ever published in WAL!), we had to cut it into several pieces. Sorry for the inconvenience. Nonetheless, we hope you’ll find this a helpful research tool! And please let us know if you come upon spelling errors.

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Western literature , also known as European literature , is the literature written in the context of Western culture in the languages of Europe, including the ones ...

18.01.2018  · Western literature : Western literature , history of literatures in the languages of the Indo-European family, along with a small number of other languages ...

Some of the writers who are generally considered the most important in Western literature are Homer, Aeschylus, Euripides, Virgil, Horace, ...

We have compiled all the tables of contents for Western American Literature, from its beginning in 1966 until the present. This compilation allows you to search all our old issues. Due to the length of the document (it includes every book review ever published in WAL!), we had to cut it into several pieces. Sorry for the inconvenience. Nonetheless, we hope you’ll find this a helpful research tool! And please let us know if you come upon spelling errors.

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Western American Literature

We have compiled all the tables of contents for Western American Literature, from its beginning in 1966 until the present. This compilation allows you to search all our old issues. Due to the length of the document (it includes every book review ever published in WAL!), we had to cut it into several pieces. Sorry for the inconvenience. Nonetheless, we hope you’ll find this a helpful research tool! And please let us know if you come upon spelling errors.

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Western literature , also known as European literature , is the literature written in the context of Western culture in the languages of Europe, including the ones ...

18.01.2018  · Western literature : Western literature , history of literatures in the languages of the Indo-European family, along with a small number of other languages ...

Some of the writers who are generally considered the most important in Western literature are Homer, Aeschylus, Euripides, Virgil, Horace, ...

The spring 2009 issue of the Sewanee Review once again has an essay by Ed Minus reviewing the previous year’s volumes of Best American Short Stories , Best American Essays , and Best American Poetry .  Minus is unafraid to share his criticism, which is partly why his essays are usually quite delightful to read. One wishes, though, that he would expand the series within his purview to include New Stories from the South and, dare I say, Best of the West: New Stories from the Wide Side of the Missouri .

The University of Texas Press has recently listed the new Best of the West book on their website. You can now view the table of contents and even pre-order the book. I am already working on the next volume, so if anyone out there has information about any western short stories published after October 1, 2008, please contact me, Seth Horton, directly at [email protected] with the author’s name, title of the story, and the publication information (journal title, volume/issue, page numbers). I would be delighted both to consider new work for the next Best of the West volume as well as share the publication information with readers of this blog.

The March 2009 issue of Harper’s has an essay by Jon Mooallem entitled, “Raiders of the Lost R2: Excavating a Galaxy Far, Far Away,” which details an archaeological expedition in California’s Sand Dunes National Monument that uncovers bits of debris from the Star Wars set. The story of the West as an area that becomes polluted while simultaneously being a space wherein American myths are created is a familiar one, yet this fine essay offers a remarkably fresh take on the subject, in part because Mooallem allows his reader to understand and ultimately sympathize with the Star Wars aficionados that he writes about.

 
 
 
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