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From: The Fictional World of William Hoffman[(essay date 2000) In the following essay, Frank provides an overview of Hoffman's novels, which he divides into "war novels," "Virginia/West Virginia novels," and "philosophical/spiritual novels," and examines the...
From: Farmville Herald[(interview date 24 May 1999) In the following interview, Hoffman discusses his approach to writing, his short story collection Doors, and the thematic concerns of his fiction.] Editor's Note: The following interview...
From:Hollins Critic (Vol. 28, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedDuring the past thirty-five years William Hoffman has published ten novels, two collections of short stories, and over three dozen additional short stories in such quarterlies as the Transatlantic Review, The Virginia...
From: Hollins Critic[(essay date February 1991) In the following essay, Frank provides an overview of the central themes, regional settings and motifs, prose style, and narrative presentation in Hoffman's fiction. Frank's analysis, which...
From: The Fictional World of William Hoffman[(essay date 2000) In the following essay, Van Ness examines the theme of spiritual redemption in the short stories of Follow Me Home. Van Ness identifies Hoffman's protagonists as American incarnations of the biblical...
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