An American Generational Autobiography: Collective Identity in Malcolm Cowley's Exile's Return(1998)
AbstractIn the following chapter from Hazlett's book My Generation: Collective Autobiography and Identity Politics, the author argues that Malcolm Cowley's Exile's Return pioneered a new form of autobiographical narrative--the generational autobiography. Cowley's text relies for its underlying ideas of collective identity on generational theory, Marxism, and Emersoniansm.
- Malcolm Cowley,
- American Autobiography
Citation InformationJohn D Hazlett. "An American Generational Autobiography: Collective Identity in Malcolm Cowley's Exile's Return" (1998)
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