Irving Wallace Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Irving Wallace.

  • 4 Literature Criticisms
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958 words, approx. 4 pages
Critical Essay by John Leverence The flap about [The Chapman Report's] overt sexuality was less than justified, especially when that novel is compared with The Sins of Philip Fleming. The earli... Read more
1,800 words, approx. 7 pages
Critical Essay by Irving Wallace In beginning [research for a book], I'm always curious to investigate what psychological motives bring a certain person into his field or profession. Why is a s... Read more
412 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Ray B. Browne In development, Wallace's novels start from a large and ranging base. Then they grow pyramidally, gradually concentrating the plot and shedding sub-plots and det... Read more
293 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by Tom Buckley "The Two" is as much a curiosity as its subject [the life of Siamese twins]. The details of the collaboration between Irving Wallace, the novelist, and his ... Read more