William Mulder

WILLIAM MULDER, Professor Emeritus of English and American Studies at the University of Utah, is the author of Homeward to Zion: The Mormon Mi￾gration from Scandinavia and co-editor of Among the Mormons: Historic Ac￾counts by Contemporary Observers. He has authored numerous articles and essays on America and American literature, including the essay "Mor￾monism and Literature." He served fourteen years as editor of Western Hu￾manities Review and was for many years fiction editor of Dialogue.

Problems of the Mormon Intellectual

Articles/Essays – Volume 05, No. 3

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Fatherly Advice: My Dear Son: Letters of Brigham Young to His Sons, edited by Dean C. Jessee

Articles/Essays – Volume 09, No. 4

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Humor and Pathos: Stories of the Mormon Diaspora: Benediction: A Book of Stories by Neal Chandler

Articles/Essays – Volume 24, No. 4

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Telling It Slant: Aiming for Truth in Contemporary Mormon Literature

Articles/Essays – Volume 26, No. 2

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History, Memory and Imagination in Virginia Eggertsen Sorensen’s Kingdom Come

Articles/Essays – Volume 35, No. 1

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