Focuses on how the declining market for short-story writers after World War II saw the migration of these writers to universities where they not only continued to write, but established creative writing classes that would in turn inspire and develop new generations of writers of various genres.Bausch left the service a sergeant, having been, among other things, an instructor of survival tacticsa practical ... I started writing again in the servicea when I went to funerals three to five times a month (and more fre- quently as the Vietnam War ... of his life, are woven throughout by his conception of himself as a teacher, a husband, a father, and a Roman Catholic. ... Each of his characters superimposes a world of ritualized order as a template over the seeming chaos of actuality.
|Title||:||American short-story writers since World War II.|
|Author||:||Patrick Meanor, Gwen Crane|
|Publisher||:||Gale - 2000|