Current Issue

The Thomas Wolfe Review
Published by the Thomas Wolfe Society
Vol. 39, Nos. 1 & 2 (2015)

Contents

A Note from the Editor

Paula Gallant Eckard

Articles

Thomas Wolfe and the Mythical Method
Amelie Moisy

Decadent Decay: The Complexity of Social Corruption, Consciousness,
And Critique in Watchman and You Can’t Go Home Again
Sarah W. Cummings

Thomas Wolfe’s Diagnosis of Leroy Dock
James W. Clark Jr.

Features

Teaching Thomas Wolfe in the Twenty-First Century
Anne R. Zahlan, Moderator

Teaching Thomas Wolfe, Making Connections
George Hovis

Thomas Wolfe in the American Literature Survey
Joseph Bentz

Thomas Wolfe in Context:
North Carolina Culture and the Digital World
Paula Gallant Eckard

Putting Wolfe in His Place (and Teaching Him in Yours)
Mark Canada

Immersion in the Wolfe Canon
Sarah W. Cummings

“Combing through the Text”: My Experience with Wolfe in the Classroom
Michael Curtis Houck

Thomas Wolfe, the Millennial Generation, and the Future of Literary Studies
Dylan Nealis

Belles Lettres

By the Wind Grieved, Ghosts, Come Back Again: Thomas Wolfe and Arthur Miller
Joseph M. Flora

Gant among the Hudson Valley Rich: Class and Craft
Edwin M. Yoder Jr.

“Lost and found, lost and found”: Remembering Thomas Wolfe and My Father
Mary Aswell Doll

“Habe ich ein Schweinsgesicht?”: A 1935 Self-Caricature by Thomas Wolfe
David Strange and Deborah A. Borland

A Flash of Fire: Pat Conroy, Thomas Wolfe, and Our Three Cents’ Worth
David Strange

Fiction

2015 WINNER, NORTH CAROLINA WRITERS’ NETWORK
THOMAS WOLFE FICTION PRIZE
Chokedamp
Mesha Maren

2011 FINALIST, NORTH CAROLINA WRITERS’ NETWORK
THOMAS WOLFE FICTION PRIZE
Just Wait
Elizabeth Oliver

2011 FINALIST, NORTH CAROLINA WRITERS’ NETWORK
THOMAS WOLFE FICTION PRIZE
Painting the Door
Roz Spafford

Reviews

For Posterity’s Sake: A Supplement to “Always yours, Max,” edited by David Strange and Alice R. Cotten
Anne R. Zahlan

Magic Again: Selected Poems on Thomas Wolfe, edited by David Radavich and David Strange
George Hovis

Genius, Directed by Michael Grandage
Kurt Darsow

Bibliography 
Notes 
News 
Contributors 
For the Record

The Thomas Wolfe Review (ISSN: 0276-5683) is indexed in American Humanities Index (AHI) Humanities International Complete, and MLA International Bibliography.  Texts are available on-line at EBSCO, Gale, and ProQuest.

 

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