Wallace Stegner

Wallace Stegner, c. 1969

Wallace Earle Stegner (February 18, 1909 – April 13, 1993) was an American novelist, short story writer, environmentalist, and historian, often called “The Dean of Western Writers”. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1972 and the U.S. National Book Award in 1977. (Information from Wikipedia)

Website: wallacestegner.org/bio.html

Articles in Western American Literature:

“If I am native to anything”: Settler Colonial Studies and Western American Literature, by Alex Trimble Young and Lorenzo Veracini

“A Home for Civilization”: Nostalgia, Innocence, and the Frontier in Wallace Stegner’s Angle of Repose, by Jennifer Ladino

The Naturalistic Impulse: Limitations of Gender and Landscape in Mary Hallock Foote’s Idaho Stories, by Laura Katherine Gruber

Deep Mapping the Great Plains: Surveying the Literary Cartography of Place, by Susan Naramore Maher

Finding a Voice of His Own: The Story of Wallace Stegner’s Fiction, by Jackson J. Benson

Wallace Stegner and the Environmental Ethic: Environmentalism as a Rejection of Western Myth, by Brett J. Olsen

Wallace Stegner’s Version of Pastoral, by Russell Burrows

Eastering: Wallace Stegner’s Love Affair with Vermont in Crossing to Safety, by Jackson J. Benson

Bernard DeVoto, by Wallace Stegner

Wallace Stegner’s Vision of Wilderness, by Susan J. Tyburski

Wallace Stegner’s Family Saga: From The Big Rock Candy Mountain to Recapitulation, by Forrest G. Robinson

The Big Rock Candy Mountain and Angle of Repose: Trial and Culmination, by Kerry Ahearn

Narrative Voice in Wallace Stegner’s Angle of Repose, by Audrey C. Peterson

Vardis Fisher and Wallace Stegner: Teacher and Student, by Joseph M. Flora