Frank Norris

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Noun1.Frank Norris - United States writer (1870-1902)
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Frank Norris, Smith shows how many Southern Baptist leaders adopted the more moderate wing of the movement's tendency toward centralization and ways to combat the rising tide of Modernism.
As Americans headed west, they wanted the Indians to go away, and they didn't care how or where," said Frank Norris, a historian with the Park Service's National Trails Intermountain Region.
The Signs and Symbols of the West: Frank Norris, The Octopus, and the Naturalization of Market Capitalism.
Stanley Wertheim, "Two Yellow Kids: Frank Norris and Stephen Crane," Frank Norris Studies, Spring, 1999, 2-8.
Frank Norris and the Murder Trial that Captivated America," foreword by Bob Schieffer of CBS News (July 2011 -- Steerforth Press/Random House), is a narrative non-fiction, true crime thriller set in the 1920s.
By the end, a conspiracy of misfortune, fraud and poverty seems completely overwhelming[mdash]a modern-day echo of what John Steinbeck and Frank Norris captured in their portrayal of ordinary folks crushed in America during the early 20th century.
co-authors of a biography of Norris and co-editors of other books, collect 67 reminiscences about American novelist Frank Norris (1870-1902) by his contemporaries, colleagues, friends, and family about his life, personality, writings, and the character and cultural context of the time, as well as his appearance, character, beliefs, literary taste, prejudices, and other aspects.
When Cather submitted The Song of the Lark to her publisher in 1915, she noted that it was written in the "full-blooded" style of neo-Darwinist authors like Frank Norris.
In their works most explicitly concerned with economics Frank Norris and Theodore Dreiser both address the fate of the individual in a marketplace that they construe as fundamentally natural.
These five new literary figures--Stephen Crane, Frank Norris, Jack London, Theodore Dreiser, and the lesser writer, Richard Harding Davis, a power-packed Quintet--personified the Mailer "seed womb" that gave rise to the man from Brooklyn and his subsequent place on the international literary scene.
I read his books in our library at home when I was young and was fascinated by his story; but, more significantly, I became aware that he was a respected advocate of policy, much as Emory Upton and Alfred Mahan also were in the military field, and Henry George, Frank Norris, and Jack London were in their realms.
Robinson, Frank Norris, Stephen Crane, Jack London, Edith Wharton, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman.