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Ramona

Author: Helen Hunt Jackson; Henry Sandham; Amy M Sacker; Susan Coolidge
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown and Co., 1900.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : Monterey editionView all editions and formats
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Franklin Walker, in his Literary history of Southern California (p. 123-124), states that "The literary document most important in its influence on the growth of the Spanish tradition in Southern California was the immensely popular Ramona ... Appearing in 1884, just before the spectacular boom, it created a nation-wide interest in South California, and it served as a sort of romantic guidebook during the tourist  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Pictorial cloth bindings
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Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Jackson, Helen Hunt, 1830-1885.
Ramona.
Boston : Little, Brown and Co., 1900
(OCoLC)615097373
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Hunt Jackson; Henry Sandham; Amy M Sacker; Susan Coolidge
OCLC Number: 1100266
Notes: Title page in each volume printed in red and black.
The Monterey edition was the first illustrated edition; it includes 25 plates of photogravure illustrations, with guard tissues; and 26 half-tone vignettes at the head of each chapter.
The Monterey edition included a biographical introduction by Susan Coolidge [Sarah C. Woolsey], and notes on the illustrations by the Canadian artist Henry Sandham.
The Monterey edition was issued in a publisher's blue cloth binding signed "AS" by the designer Amy M. Sacker, and featuring a floral design (bouquet of wild mustard?) stamped in green and yellow within a double gilt ruled border; black coated endpapers; top edges gilt; matching blue cloth dust jacket with gold-stamped spine title "Ramona. Helen Hunt Jackson. Illustrated by Henry Sandham."
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations (photogravures, half-tones), portrait ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: a story by Helen Hunt Jackson (H.H.) ; with an introduction by Susan Coolidge ; illustrated by Henry Sandham ; in two volumes.

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Franklin Walker, in his Literary history of Southern California (p. 123-124), states that "The literary document most important in its influence on the growth of the Spanish tradition in Southern California was the immensely popular Ramona ... Appearing in 1884, just before the spectacular boom, it created a nation-wide interest in South California, and it served as a sort of romantic guidebook during the tourist rush." According to Gary F. Kurutz, "Ramona did more to promote Southern California than just about any booster publication. Readers mistook her sad story of injustice as a tender love story and as a recreation of a mythical Arcadian paradise. The story of Ramona and her lover Alessandro became a fairy tale and not a message of reform;" see California calls you: the art of promoting the Golden State, 1870 to 1940 (Sausalito, Calif.: Windgate Press, c2000).

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