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Rousing the nation : radical culture in Depression America

Verfasser/in: Laura Browder
Verlag: Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, ©1998.
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This interdisciplinary study blends textual analysis with social history to chart the intellectual and artistic ferment of Depression-era America. In Rousing the Nation, Laura Browder explores the fiction, drama, and film produced during the decade by socially conscious intellectuals who struggled to create a uniquely American art. Browder first considers authors James T. Farrell, Josephine Herbst, and John Dos  Weiterlesen…
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Browder, Laura, 1963-
Rousing the nation.
Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, ©1998
(OCoLC)605451794
Dokumenttyp: Buch
Alle Autoren: Laura Browder
ISBN: 1558491252 9781558491250
OCLC-Nummer: 37426357
Beschreibung: viii, 217 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Inhalt: From Uncle Tom's cabin to Gone with the wind : writing for a nation in crisis --
The road : in search of America --
Dos Passos issues a challenge : can language make a revolution? --
Boys will be boys : Farrell examines working-class manhood --
Family history and political identity in Herbst's Trexler trilogy --
Finding a collective solution : the living newspaper experiment --
One-third of a nation : the living newspaper comes to Hollywood --
The search abandoned.
Verfasserangabe: Laura Browder.

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Interdisciplinary study which uses textual analysis and social history to chart the intellectual and artistic ferment of Depression-era America. Browder explores the fiction, drama, and film  Weiterlesen…

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