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Toward a new American literary history : essays in honor of Arlin Turner

Author: Arlin Turner; Louis J Budd; Edwin Harrison Cady; Carl L Anderson
Publisher: Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 1980.
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Genre/Form: Bibliographie 1930-1978
Turner, Arlin
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Toward a new American literary history.
Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 1980
(OCoLC)610114041
Named Person: Arlin Turner; Arlin Turner
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arlin Turner; Louis J Budd; Edwin Harrison Cady; Carl L Anderson
ISBN: 0822304309 9780822304302
OCLC Number: 5840050
Description: viii, 279 pages, [1] leaf of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: The cycle and the roots: national identity in American literature / Robert E. Spiller --
The Southern literary vocation / Lewis P. Simpson --
The literary climate of Jamestown under the Virginia Company, 1607-1624 / Richard Beale Davis --
Rhetoric and history in early New England: the Puritan errand reassessed / Sacvan Bercovitch --
Apocalyptic history and the American epic: Cotton Mather and Joel Barlow / Walter Sutton --
Franklin's massacre of the Hessians / Walter Blair --
A well-wrought Crockett: or, How the fakelorists passed through the credibility gap and discovered Kentucky / John Seelye --
How Emerson, Thoreau, and Whitman viewed the "frontier" / Gay Wilson Allen --
Hawthorne's sketches and the English romantics / Richard Harter Fogle --
The poet as theme reader: William Vaughn Moody, a student, and Louisa May Alcott / George Arms --
The tragedy of self-entrapment: Ellen Glasgow's The romance of a plain man / C. Hugh Holman --
The socialist and socialite heroes of Upton Sinclair / L.S. Dembo --
Ezra Pound and the attainment of imagism / Bernard Duffey --
The Harlem Renaissance: one facet of an unturned kaleidoscope / Darwin T. Turner --
The novels of Carl Van Vechten and the spirit of age / Donald Pizer --
The negative character in American fiction / Terence Martin --
Notes on photography and American culture, 1839-1890 / Russel B. Nye.
Responsibility: edited by Louis J. Budd, Edwin H. Cady, Carl L. Anderson.

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