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Neal E. Lambert

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Also Known As Neal Lambert
Education University of Utah, Ph.D., American Studies
Career Lambert taught at Weber State College and Brigham Young University where he chaired American studies, was an associate academic vice president fo the university and chaired the English department. With Richard Cracroft, he has edited two anthologies of Mormon literature, A Believing People: Literature of the Latter-day Saints. (Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 1974); and 22 Young Mormon Writers (Provo, Utah: Communications Workshop, 1975).

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22 Young Mormon Writers1975 Anthology
A Believing People: Literature of the Latter-day Saints1974 Anthology
"And There Was . . . A New Writing": The Book of Mormon as a Never-Ending Text1994Criticism
Literature of Belief: Sacred Scripture and Religious Experience1981Criticism
Literary Form and Historical Understanding: Joseph Smith's First Vision1980Criticism
Some Thoughts on Mormon Literature and the Mormon Sense of Sacred Space1979Criticism
The Representation of Reality in Nineteenth Century Mormon Autobiography1978Criticism
Through Gentile Eyes: A Hundred Years of the Mormon in Fiction1972Criticism
Saints, Sinners and Scribes: A Look at Mormons in Fiction1968Criticism
Freedom and the American Cowboy1967Criticism
To My Daughter1986Letter
[Review of] Nightfall at Nauvoo by Samuel W. Taylor1972Review

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