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Assault on Victorianism : the rise of popular culture in America, 1890-1945

Author: John N Ingham
Publisher: Toronto : Canadian Scholars' Press, 1987.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Assault on Victorianism.
Toronto : Canadian Scholars' Press, 1987
(OCoLC)571877141
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John N Ingham
ISBN: 0921627165 9780921627166
OCLC Number: 20492017
Description: ii, 412 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Section one: The Victorian world --
The magnificent Ambersons / Booth Tarkington --
Ethics, folklore, and morality on the Middle Border / Lewis Atherton --
Behind the fig leaf: / John S. Haller and Robin M. Haller --
Section two: The forces of change 1900-1915 --
America dances / Mark Sullivan --
How the other half lives / Jacob Riis --
The promised land / Jervis Anderson --
The psychology of adolescence / G. Stanley Hall --
The American woman's pre-World War I freedom in manners and morals / James R. McGovern --
Section three: The trauma of the war years --
Over here / David Kennedy --
Mademoiselle from Armentières --
East of Eden / John Steinbeck --
The red scar / Robert K. Murray --
Red summer, 1919 / William M. Tuttle, Jr --
Section four: the 1920's --
The Jazz Age, a shadow of the seventies / Robert Cowley --
F. Scott Fitzgerald and Frederick Lewis Allen : The Jazz Age --
History's most expensive orgy / F. Scott Fitzgerald --
The revolution in manners and morals / Frederick Lewis Allen --
Ku Klux Klan --
The seven symbols of the Klan --
The KKK / Hiram Wesley Evans --
Konklave in Kokomo / Robert Coughlan --
Advertising the civilizer / Earnest Elmo Calkins --
Symbols of the Jazz Age -The new Negro and Harlem discovered / Gilbert Osofsky --
Special problems in Italian families / Ida L. Hull --
Jim's own story / Pauline V. Young --
Section five: the 1930's --
Women face the Depression / Susan Ware --
Introduction to selections by Anderson and Mead --
This was Harlem / Jervis Anderson --
Some Black mother's son / Chris Mead --
World's fair / E.L. Doctorow --
Section six: Another war --
The changing landscape, war towns, war brides and Washington / Richard R. Lingeman --
I am an American Day ceremonies --
Women's place in war and reconversion / Susan M. Hartmann --
Yellow peril / Roger Daniels --
Repression of Mexican-Americans in Los Angeles / Carey McWilliams --
Juvenile delinquency / Katherine Lenrott.
Responsibility: edited by John N. Ingham.

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