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245 00 Violence in modern literature /|c[by] James A. Gould [and]
       John J. Iorio. 
264  1 San Francisco :|bBoyd & Fraser Pub. Co.,|c[1972] 
300    203 pages 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
505 3  CONTENTS: The dark heart of American history, by A. 
       Schlesinger, Jr. - Violence and man's struggle to adapt, 
       by M. F. Gilula and D. N. Daniels. - What violence is, by 
       N. Garver. - Preliminary theorectical considerations 
       concerning the justification of violence, by R. Audi. - 
       Non-violence is the way, by M. L. King, Jr. - From Man's 
       fate, by A. Malraux. - The Prussian officer, by D. H. 
       Lawrence. - Dry September, by W. Faulkner. - Prischepa, by
       I. Babel. - I hate everything which is not in myself, by 
       N. Mailer. - Crime at the tennis club, by A. Moravia. - 
       From the possessed, by F. Dostoevsky. - A good man is hard
       to find, by F. O'Connor. - What we don't know hurts us, by
       M. Schorer. - Further readings on violence (p. 202) 
650  0 Readers|xViolence. 
650  0 Violence|vProblems, exercises, etc. 
650  0 Violence|vLiterary collections. 
650  0 College readers. 
700 1  Gould, James A.,|d1922- 
700 1  Iorio, John J. 
948    MARS 
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