Thomas Tulloss (essay date 1988)
SOURCE: Tulloss, Thomas. “Et Ego in Arcadia: Death in ‘Resurrection,’ John Peale Bishop's World War One Fiction.” Focus on Robert Graves and His Contemporaries 1, no. 7 (1988): 18-23.
[In the following essay, Tulloss views John Peale Bishop's “Resurrection” as an anti-romantic, naturalistic perspective on the destruction of war and a part of the “post-World War re-evaluation of the optimism implicit in pastoral and romantic traditions in American literature as it had existed before the European conflict.”]
John Peale Bishop, whose literary reputation has settled comfortably within the middle rank of American writers published between the World Wars, was...
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