Perrin, Noel
September 1977
New Republic;9/17/77, Vol. 177 Issue 12, p43
Comments on the contribution of James Gould Cozzens to the study of modern language. Revelation that Cozzens was not listed in the 1977 annual bibliography published by the Modern Language Association; Books written by Cozzens which include "Guard of Honor" that is the best American novel about World War II; Awards won by Cozzens which include Pulitzer Prize and Howells Medal.


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