Search author index

H. Bruce Franklin '55 (alumni)

View alumni profile

Coutndown to Midnight
DAW Books; 1984; 287 pp.
Crash Course: From the Good War to the Forever War
Rutgers University Press: New Brunswick; 2018; 384 pp.
The Most Important Fish in the Sea: Menhaden and America
Shearwater; 2008; 208 pp.
War Stars: The Superweapon and the American Imagination
University of Massachusetts Press; 2008; 320 pp.
Vietnam and Other American Fantasies
University of Massachusetts Press; 2001; 272 pp.
Prison Writings in 20th Century America
Penguin; 1998; 368 pp.
The Vietnam War in American Stories, Songs and Poems
Bedford/St. Martin's ; 1996; 343 pp.
Vietnam and America: The Most Comprehensive Documented History of the Vietnam War
Grove Press; 1995; 560 pp.
M.I.A., or Mythmaking in America
N.J. Rutgers University Press; 1992; 272 pp.
Prison Literature in America: The Victim as Criminal and Artist
Oxford University Press; 1989; 384 pp.
The Wake of the Gods: Melville's Mythology
Stanford University Press; 1983; 236 pp.
American prisoners and ex-prisoners, their writings: An annotated bibliography of published works, 1798-1981
L. Hill; 1982; 53 pp.
Robert A. Heinlein: America as Science Fiction
Oxford University Press; 1980; 232 pp.
Back where you came from: A life in the death of the empire
Harper's Magazine Press; 1975; 219 pp.
From The Movement: Toward Revolution
Van Nostrand Reinhold; 1971; 170 pp.
Who Should Run The Universities?
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research; 1969; 243 pp.
Herman Melville's The Confidence-Man: His Masquerade
Bobbs-Merrill; 1967; 355 pp.
The Scarlet Letter, Together With Main Street, Ethan Brand, And Hawthorne's Published Critical Writings
J. B. Lippincott; 1967; 355 pp.
Future Perfect: American Science Fiction of the Nineteenth Century - An Anthology
N.J. Rutgers University Press; 1966; 408 pp.
Herman Melville's Mardi: and a Voyage Thither
G. P. Putnam's, Capricorn Books; 1964; 581 pp.