NY Times Hails Styron’s contribution to American Literature

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William Styron’s non-fiction collection, My Generation, “places him squarely in the constellation of writers who transformed American literature after World War II,” says the New York Times Book Review. The collection includes essays, book reviews, and reportage. Calliope Author Readings offers Styron’s reading from his 1951 novel, Lie Down in Darkness (CAR Vol. 1), as well as readings by other authors of the generation that transformed American literature: James Baldwin, James Jones, Philip Roth, Bernard Malamud, and more.

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