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Transnationalism and American Serial Fiction.

Author: Patricia Okker
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2011.
Series: Routledge transnational perspectives on American literature.
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Transnationalism and American Serial Fiction explores the vibrant tradition of serial fiction published in U.S. minority periodicals. Beloved by readers, these serial novels helped sustain the periodicals and communities in which they circulated. With essays on serial fiction published from the 1820s through the 1960s written in ten different languages--English, French, Spanish, German, Swedish, Italian, Polish,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Okker, Patricia.
Transnationalism and American Serial Fiction.
Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Patricia Okker
ISBN: 9780203804742 0203804740
OCLC Number: 798531198
Description: 1 online resource (267 pages).
Contents: Cover; Transnationalism Andamerican Serial Fiction; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introductionthe Transnational Serial; 1. Caught Between Continentsthe Local And The Transatlantic Inthe French-language Serial Fictionof New Orleans' Le Courrier De Lalouisiane, 1843-45; 2. Tracking The First Latino Novelun Matrimonio Como Hay Muchos (1849)and Transnational Serial Fiction; 3. Mobility And Resistance Inantebellum African Americanserialized Fiction; 4. Prose Pictures Of Kleindeutschlandgerman-language Local-color Serialsof The Late Nineteenth Century. 5. Escapism And Entertainmentserialized Fiction In Swedishamerican Newspapers6. "the Stimulus Of Books And Tales"pauline Hopkins's Serial Novels Forthe Colored American Magazine; 7. Bernardino Ciambelli'smisteri Di Harleman Example Of Serialized Fiction Inthe Italian American Press; 8. Dream Or Reality?polish American Serial Fiction Duringthe Cultural Transition, 1900-1939; 9. An Editor Writes For His Subscribersa Norwegian American Serializedtrilogy 1919-22; 10. The Pregnant Bridefrom Suffolk Streetintraethnic Class Confl Ict Ina Yiddish Serial Novel (1931). 11. Piecing Togethera "binocular Vision"serial Fiction And Chinese Americanidentity In The Early Cold WarContributors; Index.
Series Title: Routledge transnational perspectives on American literature.

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Transnationalism and American Serial Fiction explores the vibrant tradition of serial fiction published in U.S. minority periodicals. Beloved by readers, these serial novels helped sustain the periodicals and communities in which they circulated. With essays on serial fiction published from the 1820s through the 1960s written in ten different languages--English, French, Spanish, German, Swedish, Italian, Polish, Norwegian, Yiddish, and Chinese--this collection reflects the rich multilingual history of American literature and periodicals. One of this book's central claims is that this serial fi.

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