The basic thrust and thesis of this book is to illuminate Thomas Wolfe as a writer who was influenced by spending time in Europe, especially Germany and maintaining contact with that continent and also as a writer who impacted literary sensibility in Germany, Australia, and beyond. In case you are skeptical of Wolfe’s international impact, let me mention that the author of this book, Jedidiah Evans, teaches at the University of Sydney in Australia.
Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 2020. 252 pages with a Bibliography, Notes, and a few graphics. Hardback with a pictorial cover.