In what ways does William Saroyan take advantage of his California roots in his writings?
How does Saroyan avoid sentimentality in The Human Comedy?
What techniques does Saroyan employ to unify his play The Time of Your Life?
Saroyan’s period of success coincided with the Great Depression. What qualities of temperament and what literary virtues of Saroyan’s might account for this fact?
Is Saroyan’s lack of success in his post-World War II writing better explained by changes in the reading and play-going public or by changes in Saroyan himself?