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Dow, William

Narrating Class in American Fiction

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
William Dow

2. Whitman’s 1855 Leaves of Grass: “Hard Work and Blood”
William Dow

3. Class and the Performative in Rebecca Harding Davis’s Life in the Iron Mills, and Stephen Crane’s Maggie
William Dow

4. Body Tramping, Class, and Masculine Extremes: Jack London’s The People of the Abyss
William Dow

5. “Always Your Heart”: Class Designs in Jean Toomer’s Cane
William Dow

6. Meridel Le Sueur’s Salute to Spring: “A Movement Up Which All Are Moving”
William Dow

7. Class, Work, and New Races: Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God and Agnes Smedley’s Daughter of Earth
William Dow

8. Class “Truths” in James Agee’s Let Us Now Praise Famous Men
William Dow

9. Conclusion
William Dow

Keywords: Linguistics, English, North American Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
American Literature Readings in the 21st Century
Page amount
280 pages
Category
Languages
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230617964
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-37627-8

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