Current Issue

The Thomas Wolfe Review
Published by the Thomas Wolfe Society
Vol. 40, Nos. 1 & 2 (2016)

Contents

A Note from the Editor

Paula Gallant Eckard

Articles

Genre Intersections in Thomas Wolfe’s “I Have a Thing to Tell You”
David Radavich

Who Are You Calling a Genius?  Reconsidering the Wolfe/Perkins Relationship
Joseph Benz

Beyond “a stone, a leaf, an unfound door” in Look Homeward, Angel and O Lost
James W. Clark Jr.

Story, Place, and Solastalia in the Writing of Thomas Wolfe 
Alana Dagenhart

Features

Belles Lettres

Thomas Wolfe and the Mona Lisa Effect 
Edwin M. Yoder Jr.

Thomas Wolfe and the Process of Artistic Creation
Frank Wilson

The Little Doctor
Rena Corey

Fiction

2016 WINNER, NORTH CAROLINA WRITERS’ NETWORK
THOMAS WOLFE FICTION PRIZE
Catching Out
Alli Marshall

2016 FINALIST, NORTH CAROLINA WRITERS’ NETWORK
THOMAS WOLFE FICTION PRIZE
Wendell Berry’s Peace
Heather Bell Adams

2016 FINALIST, NORTH CAROLINA WRITERS’ NETWORK
THOMAS WOLFE FICTION PRIZE
Love’s Archive
Katrin Redfern

Reviews

The Whole Ugly Gorilla: Genius, screenplay by John Logan, directed by Michael Grandage
Christopher P. Bruno

Thomas Wolfe and Lost Children in Southern Literature, by Paula Gallant Eckard
Joseph M. Flora

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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