American literature , literature and society , twentieth century
Excerpt: "In newspapers, in magazines, and, eventually, in books, expatriates wrote for Americans, for Europeans, and conceived of new ways to write for both groups, illustrating what Daniel Katz sees as 'not a flight from American identity' but, instead, a true 'encounter with it.'"
Monk, Craig. "Americans abroad." American Literature in Transition, 1920-1930, edited by Ichiro Takayoshi, Cambridge University Press, 2018, pp.184-197.
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