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Popular literature in America

a symposium in honor of Lyon N. Richardson.

Published by Bowling Green University Popular Press in Bowling Green, Ohio .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

Popular literature in America, by J. C. Austin.
A microcosm of popular taste: Cleveland, Ohio, by M. P. Ford.
Detective fiction as American realism, by C. H. Holman.
Hear the guns roar: the feud in Southern mountain fiction, by W. Eckley.
Native themes in early nineteenth-century American fiction, by J. T. Flanagan.
Kenneth Roberts and the American historical novel, by L. Coyle.
The cowboy: from High Noon to Midnight, by G. W. Linden.
Satire as colonial protest literature, by S. Kluth.
The Lovingoods: notes toward a genealogy, by L. Leary.
The dialect sermon in American literature, by J. T. Flautz.
The Americanization of burlesque, 1840-1860, by G. Kummer.
The roots of American reform literature, by D. A. Koch.
Woman militant in The arena of Benjamin Orange Flower, by A. J. Payne.
The uncertainties of authorship in the South after the Civil War, by A. Turner.
TV and the American way of life, by H. M. Brown.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
810/.9
Library of Congress
PS121 .P6

The Physical Object

Pagination
205 p.
Number of pages
205

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5709964M
Internet Archive
popularliteratur0000unse
ISBN 10
0879720301, 087972031X
LC Control Number
70186629
Library Thing
7103472
Goodreads
3219737
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