Early Novels

Some articles on novel, early novels, novels, early:

Axel Jensen - Writing Style
... Apart from his first symbolistic novel, Dyretemmerens Kors, Jensen's early novels mostly depict young men that attempt to break away from their social and cultural backgrounds ... These novels include Icarus A Young Man in Sahara (1957) (a new 1999 edition is illustrated by Franz Widerberg), A Girl I Knew (1959), and Joacim (1961) ... Some critics have argued that these early novels are influenced by Beat authors like Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and William Burroughs ...
William Styron - Early Novels
... provoking his employers into firing him, he set about writing his first novel in earnest ... Three years later, he published the novel, Lie Down in Darkness (1951), the story of a dysfunctional Virginia family ... The novel received overwhelming critical acclaim ...
Pepetela - Frontline Experience, Early Novels, and Plays
... This time in the late 1960s and early 1970s served as the inspiration for one of Pepetela's most recognized works, the war narrative, Mayombe ... During this time, Pepetela also wrote his first novel, Muana Puó ... The novel was written during his time in Algiers and deals with Angolan culture, using the metaphor of traditional masks of the Chokwe people to expose different ...

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    O troubled forms, O early love unfortunate and hard,
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