Content Tagged ‘Ned Stuckey-French’

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“Dear John, I’m Afraid It’s Over…”

Brevity Nonfiction Blog, 8 March 2012

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“Meeting Bobby Kennedy”

Cedars, Fall 2011

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Review Excerpt: American Literature

Ned Stuckey-French’s The American Essay in the American Century seeks to emancipate the essay from a narrowly specialized audience.”

—Nancy McCabe, American Literature

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Review Excerpt: Journal of American History

The American Essay in the American Century makes a strong contribution to our understanding of middle-class culture in the first half of the twentieth century.”

—Evan Brier, Journal of American History

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Review Excerpt: The Journal of American Culture

Stuckey-French establishes the “resilience and… essence” of the essay by parading its ability to march forward through time, creating closeness and connection wherever the reader or writer may be.”

—Cassie Keller Cole, The Journal of American Culture

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Review Excerpt: CHOICE

Highly recommended.”

—C. A. Bily, CHOICE

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Review Excerpt: Brevity

What follows is a fascinating whodunit, wherein Stuckey-French posits the Ford Model T, the suburban living room, consumer society, popular magazines, and a fast-paced modern life as possible murder suspects.”

—Cassandra Kircher, Brevity