Ap As in Cap (Word Families Set 1) by Mary Elizabeth Salzmann

By Mary Elizabeth Salzmann

Introduces, in short textual content and illustrations, using the letter mixture "ap" in such phrases as "cap," "trap," "map," and "wrap."

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In an interview with Robert Canzoneri and Page Stegner he claims that "one of the central mystiques of the writer of novels is that . . you take the hardest way in order to see if you can surmount the problems. " The challenge which Styron set for himself in this novel was one that no white southern writer had ever accepted, to "enter into the consciousness of a Negro in the early decades of the igth century," in fact to become the unique individual of Nat Turner by narrating the story of his rebellion from his point of view.

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Friedman, Melvin J. "William Styron: An Interim Appraisal," English Journal, 50:149-58, 192 (March 1961). Galloway, David D. The Absurd Hero in American Fiction. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press, 1966. Geismar, Maxwell. American Moderns. New York: Hill and Wang, 1958. Gilman, Richard. "Nat Turner Revisited," New Republic, 158:23-32 (April 27, 1968). Gossett, Louise Y. Violence in Recent Southern Fiction. : Duke University Press, 1965. Hassan, Ihab. "The Novel of Outrage: A Minority Voice in Postwar American Fiction," American Scholar, 34:239-53 (Spring 1965).

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