Published by Department of English, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, 1986
Softcover. Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket. Stapled binding is tight. Pages off-white and clean. Wrappers have light overall shelf wear, edge rubbing. ; Contents: Rosenstock, "Of Time and the River: Suite of Thomas Wolfe Songs"; Elmore, "To Keep Time with, A Secular Cantata with Text by Thomas Wolfe"; Rosenbaum, "Magic" (two songs on text of Thomas Wolfe; Geld and Udell, "Angel"; Sebesky, "You Can't Go Home Again"; Rice, "A Letter of Thomas Wolfe"; Starer, "Only the Dead Know Brooklyn"; Mauldin and Quinn, "The Artist: Inventions for Narrator and Small Orchestra"; "Popular Song with Wolfe Titles"; Oaks, "Myth and Method: Eliot, Joyce, and Wolfe in the Web and the Rock"; Blackwelder, "Literary Allusions in Look Homeward, Angel: Eugene and Chapter XXIV Last of Three Articles"; Powell, "Thomas Wolfe Form through Dichotomies"; Dedmond, "Problems of Putting Look Homeward, Angel on the Stage"; Clark, "The War between the Gants"; Mills, "From O Lost to Look Homeward, Angel: A Generic Shift"; features; index; notes on contributors. 8.5" tall; 96 pages.
Published by P.N. Oak, New Delhi India, 1967
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. New Delhi: P.N. Oak, 1967 - First Edition (stated) - Very Good hardcover/ Very Good dust jacket (in mylar) - 8vo/8.5" tall - paper covered boards with front illustration, rear bio - b&w figures and charts - light edgewear, exterior light shelfwear; 1 neat correction in ink, otherwise no markings - corrigendum + 302 pages.