Spurling, Hilary. Pearl Buck in China. Simon and Schuster.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Christina Stead|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Pearl S. Buck|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Anne Carson|
Unlike some others, TO and her second husband remained Communists even after the Nazi-Communist pact. Jack Olsen became a union official. The demands of the party continued to compete with Tillie's family for her time...
Their Communism made Blech and Stead vulnerable in the immediate postwar years. The House Committee for Un-American Activities issued its first subpoenas to creative people in films and allied occupations in September 1947, after gathering...
|politics||Edna St Vincent Millay|
In the early 1950s TO submitted stories, mostly about family life (in such unacceptable manifestations as a husband's death, a woman's desire, a retarded son), to the Ladies' Home Journal, which seems not...
This story was chosen for New World Writing, where according to Anne Sexton (whose first story appeared in the same volume) it shines out like a miracle.
It also won the year's O...
Reid, Panthea. Tillie Olsen: One Woman, Many Riddles. Rutgers University Press.
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