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American local color writing, 1880-1920

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Published by Penguin Books in New York, N.Y., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • American fiction -- 19th century.,
    • American fiction -- 20th century.,
    • Short stories, American.,
    • Local color in literature.,
    • Regionalism in literature.,
    • United States -- History, Local -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. xxix-xxx).

      Statementedited, with an introduction and notes by Elizabeth Ammons and Valerie Rohy.
      SeriesPenguin classics
      ContributionsAmmons, Elizabeth., Rohy, Valerie.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS658 .A45 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxx, 448 p. ;
      Number of Pages448
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL672090M
      ISBN 10014043688X
      LC Control Number97018115
      OCLC/WorldCa37211063

      Southern literature always has had a distinctive flavor, but it was not until the late nineteenth century that the region’s writers gained widespread national popularity. Fiction and poetry focusing on the characters, dialect, customs, topography, and other features particular to the region fit nicely into the local color genre, which became the dominant mode of American literature between. Bibliography Ammons, Elizabeth. Conflicting Stories: American Women Writers at the Turn into the Twentieth Century. New York: Oxford U P, Ammons Elizabeth and Valerie Rohy, eds. “Introduction.” American Local Color Writing, New York: Penguin, vii-xxx. Ayers, Edward L. The Promise of the New South: Life after.

      American Local Color Writing, (Penguin, ). Tricksterism in Turn-of-the-Century American Literature: A Multicultural Perspective (UP of New England, ). Conflicting Stories: American Women Writers at the Turn into the 20th Century (Oxford UP,). Short Fiction by Black Women, (Oxford UP,). Eladó használt American Local Color Writing, - AMMONS, Vásárolj azonnal, licitálj aukciókra, vagy hirdesd meg eladó termékeidet!

      Anachronism and Its Others traces contemporary analogies between homosexuality and blackness to their nineteenth-century origins--particularly the notions of "primitivism" associated with people of color as promoted by scientific racism, and the characterization of homosexuality as "arrested development," according to sexologists. Valerie Rohy 5/5(1). American Local Color Writing, , ed. Elizabeth Ammons & Valerie Rohy, Penguin Classic * Tony’s Wife, (ss) The American Short Story and Its Writer: An Anthology, ed. Ann Charters, Bedford Books DUNCAN, AJA COUCHOIS * The Diary of a Performative Self, (ss).


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Elizabeth Ammons is professor of English and American studies at Tufts University. She edited the Penguin Classics edition of Wharton’s by: 4. American Local Color Writing, The era between the Civil War and the end of World War I, marked by increasing nation-building, immigration, internal migration, and racial tension in the United States, saw the rise of local color literature that described through "lived /5(2).

About American Local Color Writing, The era in the United 1880-1920 book between the Civil War and the end of World War I, was marked by increased nation-building, immigration, internal migration and racial tension.

American local color writing, by Ammons, Elizabeth; Rohy, Valerie; Valerie RohyPages:   American local color writing, by Elizabeth Ammons, Valerie Rohy Published by Penguin Books in New York, N.Y., : Books and Literature.

What would you change about American Local Color Writing. Asked by Meda Jacobson. We need you to answer this question. If. Zane Grey ( - ), Jack London ( - ), and Owen Wister ( - ) are examples of local color writers who wrote about the American West. Buy American Local Color Writing, (Penguin Classics S.) by Ammons, Elizabeth, Rohy, Valerie (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low Author: Elizabeth Ammons, Valerie Rohy. Although the term local colour can be applied to any type of writing, it is used almost exclusively to describe a kind of American literature that in its most-characteristic form made its appearance in the late s, just after the end of the Civil War.

American Local Color Writing, by Elizabeth Ammons,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(17). American Local Color Writing, by Various. The era in the United States between the Civil War and the end of World War I, was marked by increased nation-building, immigration, internal migration and racial : American Local Color Writing, Penguin, Taschenbuch, Seiten: Ammons, Elizabeth: Conflicting Stories: American Women Writers at the Turn into the Twentieth Century.

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AMERICAN LOCAL COLOR WRITING, EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY ELIZABETH AMMONS AND VALERIE ROHY PENGUIN BOOKS. CONTENTS Introduction (Acknowledgments SOUTH Joel Chandler Harris From Nights with Uncle Remus () Charles Chesnutt "Dave's Neckliss" (). Get this from a library.

American local color writing, [Elizabeth Ammons; Valerie Rohy;]. The book features such familiar writers as Joel Chandler Harris, Kate Chopin, Hamlin Garland and Sarah Orne Jewett, and introduces less well Pages: As a genre southern local color writing flourished through the s, after which this genteel mode of writing lost popularity.

At the turn of the century regional writing in the South was still evident, as in the Virginia-based novels of Ellen Glasgow, whose work attempted a more realistic depiction of the strength and weaknesses of the South.

The American reading audience seemed to glory in the tales of southern times "befo' de wah," but some southern writers and leaders began a movement to reject that heritage for a concept of a New South that would be industrialized, modernized, and adapted to the larger pattern of American.

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Maffly-Kipp. All about American Local Color Writing, by Elizabeth Ammons. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5. This fascinating account of the regional travel accident motif within American local color literature offers a reassessment of the cultural work done by authors writing during the Gilded Age.

Stephanie C. Palmer shows how events like broken carriage wheels and missed trains were used by local color authors to bring together bourgeois and lower-class characters, thus giving readers the.The signing of the Chinese Exclusion Treaty by China and the United States restricts but does not prohibit the immigration of Chinese laborers.

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