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Fri Mar 21 17:08:02 2014 UTClccn-n500507870.00Parrington, Vernon Louis (1871-1929) /0.371.00Vernon Louis Parrington and J. Allen Smith; and American political tradition24676259Vernon_Louis_Parringtonn 5005078785805Parrington.Parrington, V. L. (Vernon Louis), 1871-1929Parrington, Vernon L.Parrington, Vernon L. 1871-1929lccn-n80010489Turner, Frederick Jackson1861-1932lccn-n79006384Hofstadter, Richard1916-1970lccn-n80126170Beard, Charles A.(Charles Austin)1874-1948lccn-n93002752Hall, H. Lark1949-lccn-n50046875Rølvaag, O. E.(Ole Edvart)1876-1931lccn-n86019667Colcord, Lincoln1883-1947lccn-n79023149Lewis, Sinclair1885-1951lccn-n88127769Harrison, Joseph B.(Joseph Barlow)-1956lccn-n83828445Llano, Antoniotrllccn-n84079524Levy, David W.auiedtParrington, Vernon Louis1871-1929Criticism, interpretation, etcFictionStudy guidesWestern storiesHistoryDramaUnited StatesAmerican literaturePolitical sciencePhilosophy, AmericanCivilizationReligionNorwegian fictionParrington, Vernon Louis,HistoriographyBeard, Charles A.--(Charles Austin),Turner, Frederick Jackson,HistoriansSouth DakotaIntellectual lifeLiterary historiansNorwegiansHolm, Beret (Fictitious character)ImmigrantsNorth DakotaGreat BritainIntellectual life--HistoriographyCollege teachersConnecticutAmerican poetryNorwegian AmericansI de dage (Rølvaag, O. E.)American literature--Colonial periodLewis, Sinclair,LiteratureRomanticismHistorical fictionColoniesRealismSatire, AmericanFrontier and pioneer lifeNovelists, AmericanUnited States--Dakota TerritoryExaminationsFrontier and pioneer life in literatureNorwegian Americans in literatureCollege teachers--BiographyFarm lifeRealism in literatureSmith, J. Allen--(James Allen),Authors, AmericanAmericaRølvaag, O. E.--(Ole Edvart),Norwegian American literatureMinnesotaMadden, David,18711929191519201925192619271929193019311934193819391941194319461948194919501954195519561958195919611963196619671968196919701973197419751977197819791981198719881994199519971998199920022003200420112012201311096124429810.9PS88ocn000832269ocn002456163ocn000270227ocn000046800ocn264860735ocn575172558ocn586975452ocn654340873ocn756467713ocn317076170College teachers214654ocn000683022book19270.33Parrington, Vernon LouisMain currents in American thought : an interpretation of American literature from the beginnings to 1920Criticism, interpretation, etcFor contents and other editions, see Author Catalog+-+5535761535212046ocn003797825book19270.33Parrington, Vernon LouisMain currents in American thought : an interpretation of American literature from the beginnings to 1920HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCultural history begins with colonial background in 1620, progresses to romantic revolution in 1800, and ends with start of critical realism, 1860-1920+-+55357615359046ocn000832269book19290.22Rølvaag, O. EGiants in the earth : a saga of the prairieCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionDramaStudy guidesWestern storiesTo Per Hansa, the struggle to tame the Dakota prairie means life and freedom. But for his beloved wife, their isolated existence is a nightmare of loneliness, terror, and despair80314ocn002456163book19260.59Parrington, Vernon LouisThe Connecticut wits46222ocn002383954book19260.32Parrington, Vernon LouisThe romantic revolution in America, 1800-1860HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThis Web site is part of a large resource of online books. In this particular section, visitors can access the text of the work, Romantic revolution in America : 1800-1860, by Vernon Louis Parrington. The pages of the book can be read in direct order or visitors can skip ahead to the chapter of their choice+-+763576153532441723ocn001962003book19270.33Parrington, Vernon LouisThe beginnings of critical realism in America, 1860-1920HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThis Web site is part of a large resource of online books. In this particular section, visitors can access the text of the work, The beginnings of critical realism in America : 1860-1920, by Vernon Louis Parrington. The pages of the book can be read in direct order or visitors can skip ahead to the chapter of their choice41324ocn001299743book19260.29Parrington, Vernon LouisThe colonial mind, 1620-1800HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIncludes material on John Cotton, John Winthrop, Thomas Hooker, Roger Williams, Nathaniel Ward, John Eliot, Samuel Sewall, Increase Mather, Cotton Mather, John Wise, Jonathan Edwards, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Hutchinson, Daniel Leonard, Jonathan Boucher, John Dickinson, Samuel Adams, John Trumbull, Francis Hopkinson, Jonathan Odell, Samuel Peters, Alexander Hamilton, John Adams, Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, the Hartford Wits, Philip Freneau, Joel Barlow, and Hugh Henry Brackenridge+-+553576153532225ocn000699689book19270.66Parrington, Vernon LouisSinclair Lewis, our own DiogenesCriticism, interpretation, etc527ocn020838774book19270.24Parrington, Vernon LouisMain currents in American thought, volume 2: the romantic revolution in America 1800-18604910ocn006582890book19410.88Parrington, Vernon LouisEl desarrollo de las ideas en los Estados UnidosCriticism, interpretation, etc4212ocn489902306book19270.29Parrington, Vernon LouisMain currents in American thoughtCriticism, interpretation, etc323ocn676923069book20110.86Parrington, Vernon LouisLiberalism, Puritanism and the colonial mindCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+5313637696262ocn804144847book20130.84Parrington, Vernon LouisThe beginnings of critical realism in AmericaCriticism, interpretation, etc247ocn490030581book19300.47Parrington, Vernon LouisMain currents in American thoughtCriticism, interpretation, etc172ocn797874711book19690.47Parrington, Vernon LouisStoria della cultura americana153ocn502478700book19300.47Parrington, Vernon LouisMain currents in American thought : an interpretation of American literature from the beginnings to 1920Criticism, interpretation, etc127ocn312350076book19270.47Parrington, Vernon LouisMain currents in American thought+-+7635761535324105ocn055347998book19590.47Parrington, Vernon LouisEl desarrollo de las ideas en los Estados Unidos : interpretacioĢn de la literatura norteamericana94ocn630360416book19300.31Parrington, Vernon LouisMain currents in American thought : an interpretation of American literature from the beginnings to 192094ocn630360437book19300.31Parrington, Vernon LouisMain currents in American thought : an interpretation of American literature from the beginnings to 1920187011ocn000421055book19680.37Hofstadter, RichardThe progressive historians: Turner, Beard, ParringtonHistoryBiographyThe ideas and contributions of the three major interpretative historians of the U.S. in the twentieth century10185ocn045730042file19940.33Hall, H. LarkV.L. Parrington through the avenue of artCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyH. Lark Hall herein presents the first comprehensive biography of Vernon Louis Parrington (1871-1929). The recipient of the 1928 Pulitzer Prize in history for the first two volumes of his Main Currents in American Thought (3 vols., 1927, 1930), Parrington remains one of the most influential literary and historical scholars of the early 20th century. Parrington was a man in search of a personal myth. He found his self-image successively mirrored in Victorian novels, painting, poetry, Populism, religion, the arts and crafts movement, American literature, and American history. These changes were also reflected in his teaching as a professor of English - at the College of Emporia, the University of Oklahoma, and the University of Washington. Published late in his career, Main Currents represented the culmination of his search. Drawing upon previously inaccessible personal papers - including correspondence, diaries, Harvard student course work, Main Currents chapter drafts, and other unpublished writings - Hall traces Parrington's intellectual development from his midwestern childhood through his mid-life engagement with English poet and artist William Morris, then from the radical impact of "the new history" to the tempered postwar reflection of his late career at the University of Washington. Her reinterpretation of Main Currents emphasizes Parrington's concern with the drama of the life of the mind and links his historical viewpoint to his own personal history. Thirty-three photographs enhance the text+-+7367937696792ocn008991645book19290.86Harrison, Joseph BVernon Louis Parrington, American scholarCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography622ocn021498674book19690.28Hofstadter, RichardThe progressive historians: Turner, Beard, PerringtonCriticism, interpretation, etc81ocn034627484book19700.35Hofstadter, RichardLos historiadores progresistas : Turner, Beard, ParringtonBiography73ocn007240682book19790.95Hall, H. LarkVernon Louis Parrington : the genesis and design of "Main currents in American thought"Criticism, interpretation, etcBiography64ocn018885351book19611.00Power, Mary SusanVernon Louis Parrington and J. Allen Smith; and American political traditionHistory33ocn010467316book19660.73Merikangas, Robert JamesVernon L. Parrington's method of intellectual history11ocn849527635mix1.00Hicks, GranvilleGranville Hicks PapersCriticism, interpretation, etcPapers of the American author, lecturer, novelist, and literary critic. Correspondence, 1929-80, with Harriette Arnow, Newton Arvin, Van Wyck Brooks, Baker Bromell, Malcolm Cowley, Robert Cantwell, Robert Gorham Davis, Henry Christman, George Cole, James T. Farrell, Joseph Freeman, Herbert Gold, Corliss Lamont, Lucy Robbins Lang, John Lydenburg, Georgia McKinley, Fulmer Mood, Walter Ripton Morris, Wright Morris, Richard Rovere, Evelyn Scott, Lincoln Steffins, and Ella Winter, among others. Also correspondence and editorial reader's reports for Macmillan Publishing Company. Writings include articles, book manuscripts, a journal (1942-1973), lectures, as well as research notes, correspondence, and memorabilia relating to the production of Hicks' biography of John Reed. Large collection of printed material includes book reviews, clippings, and an assortment of Leftist pamphlets and periodicals from the 1930s11ocn046919340book19461.00Wirth, ElizabethThe political philosophy of Vernon Louis Parrington11ocn005909000book19790.47Jones, Wesley AquilaNew England Puritanism : the interpretations of Vernon Louis Parrington and Perry MillerHistory11ocn056131317art19381.00Hicks, GranvilleThe critical principles of V.L. ParringtonCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn188046794art1998Eby, Edwin HaroldParrington, Vernon Louis (1871-1929)11ocn037818627book19970.47Poulton, Gary DonSportsman, athlete and scholar : Vernon Louis Parrington's Lyon County years, 1877-189711ocn043042786visu19810.47Main currents in American thought--an updateHistoryHenry Steele Commager discusses Vernon Parrington's philosophy of history, Watergate, the Vietnam War, and the power and limits to power of the U.S. government11ocn038744941mix1.00Oliver, Egbert SOliver S. Egbert papersCriticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicalsCollection includes an unpublished manuscript, "Melville, Rebellious Optimist" ; a holograph manuscript of Elizabeth Shaw and Herman Melville: The Story of Their Family Life; correspondence with publishers, microfilm of recommendations to the Dept. of State for Herman and Gansevoort Melville's consular and other appointments, letters from colleagues, newsletters of the Melville Society, a sketch of Vernon Parrington, clippings and other miscellaneous items11ocn077062921book1.00Parrington, Vernon LouisLetters to Kenneth Murdock, regarding Parrington family lineage and the Colonial Society of Massachusetts11ocn077060652book19461.00Pressly, ThomasVernon L. Parrington and the writing of American literary history11ocn148111149book19491.00Yadoff, Elinora MorrillVernon L. Parrington: Jeffersonian liberal11ocn060193166art1999Parrington, V. L+-+5535761535+-+5535761535Fri Mar 21 16:10:24 EDT 2014batch28858