1 edition of Frank Norris of The Wave found in the catalog.
Reprint of the ed. published by Westgate Press, San Francisco.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|Lewis, O. Introduction. Bandy Callaghans girl. His sister. End of the beginning. Judys service of gold plate. Fantaisie printaniere. Perverted tales. The Santa Cruz Venetian carnival. A California jubilee. Hunting human game. The bombardment. At home from eight to twelve. Cosmopolitan San Francisco. Reviews and interviews. In the heat of battle. The puppets and the puppy. Through a glass darkly. The Isabella Regina. A miner interviewed. When a women hesitates. Western city types. The opinions of Leander.|
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The height of Norris' career came in the 1920s, when he became the leader of the movement in Texas by attacking the teaching of "that hell-born, Bible-destroying, deity-of-Christ-denying, German rationalism known as " at Baylor University.
By the time of his death in 1902 Norris had a closed system of critical ideas. "Norris appeal in libel suit denied", Sweetwater, Texas, Reporter, Vol. Norris's premillennial views led him to urge President to recognize and support the new state of. There he met Lewis E. He worked for McClure's Magazine as a war correspondent in Cuba during the Spanish—American War in 1898.
His range of subjects includes the form and function of the novel; definitions of naturalism, realism, and romanticism; and the problem of what constitutes an American novel.
Kipling's Kim," The World's Work, Vol. His life was cut short following a fatal appendicitis operation at the age of 32. Frank Norris: Violent Fundamentalist," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 75 January 1972• Wikipedia citation Copy and paste this code into your Wikipedia page. READ as many books as you like Personal use. Norris wrotehis most recognized work, about how man can overcome his brutish, animalistic tendencies. READ as many books as you like Personal use.
Norris's group established the Fundamentalist Baptist Bible Institute, now known as. Frank Norris, 1877-1952, my reminisce" Calvary Publications, Fort Worth, Texas, 1975• Beale, In Pursuit of Purity: American Fundamentalism Since 1850 Greenville, SC: Bob Jones University Press, 1986234. In the heat of battle. and is located parallel to and in between Pine St. Physical Description: 6 preliminary leaves,250 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm Additional Creators:, and Contents: Introduction, by Oscar Lewis.
Brown Cloth, Printed Paper Spine Label, Patterned Paper Covered Boards.
San Francisco and New York: Paul Elder and Company.
Though Norris would presumably have mostly agreed on matters of faith and interpretation with , who in 1924 founded the , the two were often at odds.