By C. Hugh Holman
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The most obvious of Wolfe's strengths is his ability with language. The word has for him unique powers; he was fascinated by language, enchanted with rhythms and cadences, enamored of rhetorical devices. Language was the key he sought to unlock mys29 C. HUGH HOLMAN teries and to unloose vast forces; he approached it almost in the spirit of primitive magic. This aspect of language he expressed in the paragraph printed as a prologue to The Web and the Rock: "Could I make tongue say more than tongue could utter!
44 Selected Bibliography You Can't Go Home Again. New York: Universal Library. $145. New York: Harper's Modern Classics. 80. Bibliographies Holman, C. Hugh. "Thomas Wolfe: A Bibliographical Study," Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 1:427-45 (Autumn 1959). Johnson, Elmer D. Of Time and Thomas Wolfe: A Bibliography with a Character Index of His Works. New York: Scarecrow Press, 1959. Kauffman, Bernice. "Bibliography of Periodical Articles on Thomas Wolfe," Bulletin of Bibliography, 17:162-65, 172-90 (May, August 1942).
Frohock, W. M. "Thomas Wolfe: Of Time and Neurosis," Southwest Review, 33:349-60 (Autumn 1948). Geismar, Maxwell. "Thomas Wolfe: The Hillman and the Furies," Yale Review, 35:649-66 (Summer 1946). Holman, C. Hugh. "The Loneliness at the Core," New Republic, 133:16-17 (October 10, 1955). Kennedy, William F. "Economic Ideas in Contemporary Literature — The Novels of Thomas Wolfe," Southern Economic Journal, 20:35-50 (July 1953). Kussy, Bella. "The Vitalist Trend and Thomas Wolfe," Sewanee Review, 50:306-23 (July-September 1942).