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George Lippard, prophet of protest : writings of an American radical, 1822-1854

Author: George Lippard; David S Reynolds
Publisher: New York : P. Lang, ©1986.
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Lippard, George, 1822-1854.
George Lippard, prophet of protest.
New York : P. Lang, ©1986
(OCoLC)682056017
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Lippard; David S Reynolds
ISBN: 0820402745 9780820402741
OCLC Number: 12969920
Notes: Cover title: George Lippard, an anthology.
Description: xii, 335 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: George Lippard in his times --
Social divisions: the upper ten and lower million --
The oppressed --
Modern civilization as locomotive crushing the poor --
Human machines --
The perpetual tragedy --
Poverty, wealth, and morality --
The wretchedness of working women --
Philosophy! --
Crimes against Native Americans --
The oppressors --
The two tyrants --
A sermon from the top of Girard College, by A writer of immoral books --
Respectable thieves --
The fashionable church --
The capitalist conspirators --
The lessons of history: imagining the past --
From Jesus to Henry VIII --
The history of eighteen hundred years --
John Huss in 1414: the martyr of brotherhood --
The three types of Protestantism --
Can you tell me why protestantism is a failure? --
Pennyslvania: its landscape, legends, and heroes --
The Wissahikon --
The gospel of the New World --
The early Pennsylvania Pietista --
The American and French revolutions --
The fourth of July, 1776, the liberty bell legend --
Black Sampson --
Truth from carnage, the French revolution --
The nineteenth century --
From Adonai: the pilgrim of eternity --
Visions of reform: brotherhood and revolution --
The Antebellum scene --
Cholera and poverty in America, oppression in Europe --
The state of the world --
Letter predicting the civil war --
The workers' civil war --
Attacks on American institutions --
Party spirit --
The banking system --
Tenant versus landlord --
Commercialized religion: the American Sunday school union --
Reverend profligacy --
Three politicians: Calhoun, Webster, Clay --
European and American reformers --
Charles Fourier --
Louis Blanc --
Horace Greely --
Orestes Brownson --
The social roots of impermanance --
Do-nothing reformers --
Call for unity --
Lippard in the labor movement --
Valedictory of the industrial Congress, 1848 --
Workers, unheralded heroes --
Men who work --
National network of cooperatives --
George henry Evans --
Secret societies and labor reform --
Secret societies, their origin, object, and history --
The great secret society --
Goals of the brotherhood of the union --
Platform of the brotherhood of the union --
Secret societies and anticapitalism --
Women's rights and labor reform --
Women wage slaves --
The sisterhood of the union --
If peaceful reform fails... --
Workers' revolt with the rifle, sword, and knife --
Slaves and the poor: the saturnalia of murder --
The sword of Washington --
The reformer as literary critic: brandishing the sword-pen --
Dickens' visit to America --
The 'Boz' fever in America --
Popular periodical literature --
American literature --
From The Spermaceti papers --
Writers of 'Twaddle-dom' and 'Lollypop-itude' --
Foreign authors --
French literature --
Eugene Sue --
English--
William Wordsworth --
Edward Bulwer-Lytton --
William Makepeace Thackeray --
Edgar Allan Poe --
The prize story humbling --
Poe as America's most original writer --
Review of Poe's lecture on American poetry --
Call for a magazine edited by Poe --
Poe's letter evaluating Lippard's The Ladye Annabel --
Eulogy of Poe --
Notice of Griswold's edition of Poe's works --
Poe's last visit to Philadelphia: Lippard saves the starving Poe and lambasts Poe's supposed friends --
Charles Brockden Brown --
From The heart-broken --
Literature and social reform --
Lippard as 'moon-struck scribbler' --
The utility of novel writing --
Literature as art --
Style and composition --
A national literature --
Twards surrealism: the irrational, the erotic, the nightmarish --
The darkness within --
The doomsman --
Human savagery --
Devil-bug --
The mazes of dream --
The dance of death --
A madman's nightmare --
Monks, monsters, cataclysm.
Other Titles: Works.
George Lippard, an anthology
Responsibility: edited with an introduction by David S. Reynolds.

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