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Maude Hutchins

Maude Phelps McVeigh Hutchins is considered one of the foremost practitioners of nouveau roman in the English language. Hutchins is best known today for her sexual coming-of-age novel Victorine. Hutchins published several experimental poems and plays in the 1930s and 1940s - including Diagrammatics (1932) with Mortimer Adler, professor of philosophy at the University of Chicago. Hutchins first novel, Georgiana, appeared in 1948, the year of her divorce, and was quickly followed by A Diary of...See more