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  1. Frank Norris, 1870-1902: an intimate sketch of the man who was universally acclaimed the greatest American writer of his generation by Charles Gilman Norris, 2010-08-01
  2. Frank Norris: 1870-1902 (French Edition) by Andre Poncet, 1977
  3. Frank Norris 1870-1902; by Charles Gilman Norris, 1973
  4. The octopus by Norris Frank 1870-1902, 1901
  5. Vandover & the brute. by Norris. Frank. 1870-1902., 1914
  6. A deal in wheat, and other stories of the new and old West by Norris Frank 1870-1902, 1903-01-01
  7. McTeague. by Norris. Frank. 1870-1902., 1904-01-01
  8. Mcteague; A Story Of San Francisco by Norris Frank 1870-1902, Norris Gertrude Dodgett, 2010-09-29
  9. Octopus; a Story of California by Norris, Frank, (1870-1902.), 2009-07-18
  10. The Red Badge Of Courage: An Episode Of The American Civil War by Crane Stephen 1871-1900, Norris Frank 1870-1902, 2010-09-30
  11. Octopus; a Story of California by Norris Frank (1870-1902.), 2009-07-18
  12. McTeague by Frank Norris. by Norris. Frank. 1870-1902., 1903-01-01
  13. The joyous miracle. by Frank Norris. by Norris. Frank. 1870-1902., 1906-01-01
  14. The third circle. by Frank Norris introduction by Will Irwin by Norris. Frank. 1870-1902., 1922-01-01

1. Frank Norris Home Page At The Howells Society Site
Frank Norris (18701902). Online Resources This 1878 picture of agilded tooth at the corner of Kearney and Market streets in San
    Frank Norris (1870-1902)
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2. Frank Norris (1870-1902)
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Frank Norris (1870-1902)
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3. Frank Norris: Recent Criticism, 1989-present
A Biography of Frank Norris (18701902). Dissertation Abstracts International,Section A The Humanities and Social Sciences 58.8 (1998) 3130.
Frank Norris: Recent Criticism, 1989-
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  • Dudley, John. "Inside and Outside the Ring: Manhood, Race, and Art in American Literary Naturalism." College Literature Fisher, Benjamin F. "Victorian Contexts for Frank Norris's Yvernelle ." Frank Norris Studies Gifford, Tracey. "Frank Norris in California's Central Coast." Frank Norris Studies Hale, Holly Ann. "The Evolution of Frank Norris in the American Medievalist Tradition: Norris's Progression from Gothic Juvenilia to Modern Courtly Love in 'the Pit'." Louisiana State U, 2001. McElrath, Joseph R., Jr. "Frank Norris on the Sommers N. Smith." Frank Norris Studies -. "A New Short Story by Frank Norris?" Frank Norris Studies Pizer, Donald. "The New Historicism and American Urban Naturalism." Review Schaffner, Isabelle. "The City as Matter in Movement in and The Pit ." Excavatio: Emile Zola and Naturalism Schweighauser, Philipp. "'You Must Make Less Noise in Here, Mister Schouler': Acoustic Profiling in American Realism." Studies in American Fiction Seitler, Dana. "Down on All Fours: Atavistic Perversions and the Science of Desire from Frank Norris to Djuna Barnes."
  • 4. Creative Quotations From Frank Norris (1870-1902)
    Quotes from Frank Norris to inspire your creative thinking
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    (1870-1902) born on Mar 5 US novelist. He was an influential muckraker best known for "The Octopus," 1901 and "The Pit," 1903.
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    Random Quotes Book Close Outs [The Muse of our Fiction of the future] will lead you - if you are humble and honest with her - straight into a World of Working Men, crude of speech, swift of action, strong of passion, straight to the heart of a new life.
    The People have a right to the Truth as they have a right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The function of the novelist . . . is to comment upon life as he sees it. No art that is not in the end understood by the People can live or ever did live a single generation. I never truckled; I never took off the hat to Fashion and held it out for pennies. By God, I told them the truth.
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    5. PROJECT GUTENBERG - Catalog By Author - Index - Norris, Frank,
    Etexts by Author Norris, Frank, 18701902 N Index Main Index Blix;McTeague; Moran of the Lady Letty; The Octopus, A Story of California.

    6. PROJECT GUTENBERG - Catalog By Author - Norris, Frank, 1870-1902
    Etexts by Author Norris, Frank, 18701902 N Index Main Index Blix LANGUAGE English SUBJECT Fiction California NOTES

    7. PAL: Frank Norris (1870-1902)
    Research and Reference Guide. An Ongoing Online Project © Paul P. Reuben.Chapter 6 Late Nineteenth Century Frank Norris (1870-1902).
    PAL: Perspectives in American Literature - A Research and Reference Guide Paul P. Reuben Chapter 6: Late Nineteenth Century - Frank Norris (1870-1902) Primary Works Books Articles Study Questions ... Home Page
    Source: Penn Manuscripts Like Crane, Frank Norris had a short life but it was rich in creative writing. The overriding theme in Norris' fiction is the impact of industrialization on peaceful agricultural communities and the consequent chaos in the lives of people who lived in these communities. His most glaring metaphor is that of the tentacles of the railway tracks spreading and choking the countryside in the appropriately titled book The Octopus . The spirit of the turn-of-the-century San Francisco is impressively captured in McTeague . Its theme, that of a powerful man failing against unexpected adversity, typifies the thrust of the best of Naturalistic writing. Top Primary Works Yvernelle Moran of Lady Letty e-text Blix e-text A Man's Woman McTeague McTeague Link The Octopus e-text The Pit A Deal in Wheat Responsibilities of the Novelist The Joyous Miracle Vandover and the Brute Top Selected Bibliography: Books Ahnebrink, Lars.

    8. Norris
    Frank Norris information, bibliography, links to works Frank Norris(18701902). Born in Chicago in 1870.
    Frank Norris(1870-1902) Born in Chicago in 1870. At the ageof 14 Norris and his family moved to San Francisco. After studying atSan Francisco University (1890-94), he wrote for the San FranciscoChronicle and the magazine, The Wave. Norris continued towork as a journalist and reported the Spanish-American War for McClure's Magazine . His first book, The Octopus (1901),described the struggle between farming and railroad interests inCalifornia. He died following an appendixoperation in 1902.
    Author's official site Biographies
    William Dean Howells's "Frank Norris" Frank Norris Collection at the Bancroft Library (UC Berkeley) Frank Norris Home Page at the Howells Society Site
    Literary Criticism
    A Research and Reference Guide Bibliography of Frank Norris: Recent Criticism, 1989-2000 Selected Bibliography: McTeague Joseph R. McElrath, Jr., on Norris's "Fantaisie Printaniere"
    Texts (speeches, interviews) Newsgroups Works on the Web
    The Pit Other online links to major works
    Web Guides
    This site explores the novel

    9. Project Gutenberg Author Record
    Project Gutenberg Author record. Norris, Frank, 18701902. Titles.
    Project Gutenberg Author record
    Norris, Frank, 1870-1902
    Blix McTeague Moran Of the Lady Letty Octopus, The: a story of California ... Pit, The
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    Main Project Gutenberg Web page (online)

    10. Project Gutenberg Author Index
    Nordau, Max Simon, 18491923. Norris, Frank, 1870-1902. Norris, KathleenThompson, 1880-1966. Norris, WE (William Edward), 1847-1925. NorthWestNet.
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    Nadaillac, Jean-François-Albert du Pouget, marquis de, 1818-1904 Nadin, Mihai Naidu, Sarojini, 1879-1949 Nakashima, Tadashi, 1920- ... Nukariya, Kaiten
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    11. Frank Norris
    511 English 413/513 English 462/562 Frank Norris (Benjamin FranklinNorris) (18701902). Photo reproduced from A Novelist in the
    Literary Movements Timeline American Authors English 310/510 ... English 462/562 Frank Norris (Benjamin Franklin Norris) (1870-1902)
    Photo reproduced from A Novelist in the
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    Belknap Press of Harvard U P, 1970). American Literature Sites
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    Foley Library Catalog
    Bibliography: Recent Books and Articles on Frank Norris, 1989-present
    Selected Bibliography: McTeague
    Annotated hypertext of Chapter I of
    McTeague (English 462 students Patrick Roewe and Sean Walsh)
  • Daniel Anderson's students created this McTeague site in 1998; it contains analysis and pictures from Greed Joseph McElrath, "The Comedy in Frank Norris's McTeague Studies in American Humor) This 1878 p icture of a gilded tooth at the corner of Kearney and Market streets in San Francisco may be a source for the gilded tooth in McTeague. William Dean Howells's "Frank Norris" Joseph R. McElrath, Jr., on Norris's "Fantaisie Printaniere" Portrait of Jeannette Norris Black , Norris's widow.
  • 12. Charles Gilman Norris, 1881-1945
    Norris, Charles Gilman. Frank Norris, 18701902; An Intimate Sketch of the Man whowas Universally Acclaimed the Greatest American Writer of His Generation.
      Charles Gilman Norris (1881-1945)
      Kathleen Thompson Norris (1880-1966)
    Charles and Kathleen Norris Collection at U.C. Berkeley Arnold Genthe's photographs of Charles G. and Kathleen Norris at the Library of Congress.
    Images courtesy of the Arnold Genthe Collection at the Library of Congress from The Oxford Companion to American Literature:
    "Charles G. Norris, brother of Frank Norris, author of novels dealing with such problems as modern education, women in business, hereditary and environmental influences, big business, ethics and birth control."
    "Kathleen [Thompson] Norris, (1880-1966), his wife," was a popular novelist. " Family Gathering (1959) is an informal autobiography." from Ann Douglas, Terrible Honesty: Mongrel Manhattan in the 1920s (New York: Noonday Press/Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1995), 533: "Kathleen Norris was the most interesting novelist of feminine and matriarchal sentimentalist essentialism in the 1910s and 1920s; vastly popular, with a curious literary style that seems to owe a good deal to Henry James, she developed the themes that would dominate the soaps of early radio, aroused the ire (and perhaps envy) of Dorothy Parker, was adored by Alexander Wollcott (always a fan of the matriarch), and took acre of Elinor Wylie’s stepchildren (they were related by marriage; forgotten today, she is well worth in-depth study. Of particular interest are her novels Josselyn’s Wife (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1918), in which the heroine is a potent emblem of “wizardry”;

    13. Frank Norris
    Grace King, 18521932 Charles Wadell Chesnutt, 1858-1932 Mary Austin, 1868-1934Frank Norris, 1870-1902 Stephen Crane, 1871-1900 Jack London, 1876-1916
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    Frank Norris Home Page at the Howell's Society Site
    Title: Frank Norris Home Page at the Howells Society Site
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    Content: This is a link collection to related web sites on Norris and extexts by him. Please tell me about any dead links and mistakes or recommend a site: deadlink@ mistakes@ recommendasite@ American Studies on the Internet Author: Jochen Bast

    14. Work & Society -- Frank Norris Bibliography
    University. Frank Norris, 18701902. Among below. Frank Norris (BenjaminFranklin Norris) 1870- 1902. D. Campbell, February 2001. http
    Return Home Course Texts Requirements Syllabus ... How to Use the Forum Frank Norris by Lana Murray Links to Online Resources Books and Articles Benjamin Franklin Norris Junior, as he was christened after his father, was born on March 5, 1870 in Chicago. His mother Gertrude Doggett, was a promising young actress who traded in her stage life for domesticity. Her love for literature was passed on to Frank Norris, the eldest of three sons. The Norris' moved West to San Francisco when Frank was fourteen and many of his later works of fiction were focused on California. Their prosperity allowed him to spend two years at an art school in Paris, he then spent four years at University of California and continued his studies at Harvard University.
    Frank Norris, 1870-1902

    15. Frank Norris
    Frank Norris (18701902). Frank Norris, (1870-1902), Gonzaga UniversityLooks like a good site with many links to information, novels
    Frank Norris (1870-1902) Frank Norris, (1870-1902) , Gonzaga University: Looks like a good site with many links to information, novels, short stories and essays. The site also contains a few quality pictures. Overall, an easily navigable site with good material.-MG Frank Norris Books Central , A site done by Mark Zimmerman with some stories by Norris, a link to a short biography with Britannica, and several links to searches for the author. As with other authors done by this site, there are words in the texts which you can click on for definitions. Oddly, these words are simple and understood without the link of the definition given.-MG Frank Norris , Project Gutenberg: Norris' Blix McTeague Moran of the Lady Letty , and The Octupus: A story of California.- MG The B. Frank Norris Page , Allamo Community College District: A link to about five of Norris' novels, as well as a list of some others with the publishing year. That's about it.-MG Frank Norris, By W.D. Howells , University of Virginia: "This article appeared in The North American Review, Volume 175 (December 1902)." A long essay written on Norris after his death. It seems to be a eulogy of the author, remembering his life and praising his works.-MG Late Nineteenth Century - Naturalism: A Brief Introduction , California State University: Paul Reuben tells us, "according [to] the novelist Frank Norris, Realism was the literature of the normal and the representative - 'the smaller details of everyday life, things that are likely to happen between lunch and supper.'" This site gives an introduction to naturalism and a short view of Norris' take on it.-MG

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    Norris bibliography of criticism (8999); Norris on Naturalism;Norris, Frank (1870-1902) overview; WD Howells on Norris. Privacy
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  • 17. Frank Norris 1870-1902 Online Book Of Shadow
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    18. LitSearch: An Online Literary Database
    Norris, Frank (18701902) Works by this author Blix McTeague Moran Of theLady Letty Octopus, The a story of California. Copyright 2001 Keith Ito., Frank

    19. LitSearch: An Online Literary Database
    Octopus, The a story of California by Norris, Frank (18701902). Copyright2001 Keith Ito. All Rights Reserved. Admin Control Panel.

    20. Index Of /pub/english/English Literature/N/FRANK NORRIS(1870-1902)
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