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Bell, John - American Puppet Modernism, ebook

American Puppet Modernism

Bell, John

30,65€

The Little Theatre Movement and the Birth of the American Puppeteer: Midwest Puppet Modernism
John Bell
5. New York Puppet Modernism: Remo Bufano and Jane Heap
John Bell
6. Puppets and Propaganda: 1930s Parades in New York City
John Bell
7.

Goldstein, Philip - New Directions in American Reception Study, ebook

New Directions in American Reception Study

Goldstein, Philip

35,35€

Texts, Authors, and the Receptions of Literature "The American Reception of Melville's Short Fiction in the 1850s", James L. Machor "Placing Readers at the Forefront of Nowhere: Reception and Utopian Literature", Kenneth Roemer "Richard Wright's Native Son: From

Nischik, Reingard M. - Comparative North American Studies, ebook

Comparative North American Studies

Nischik, Reingard M.

98,10€

Comparative North American Studies and Its Contexts
Reingard M. Nischik
3. Modernism in the United States and Canada: The Example of Poetry and of the Short Story
Reingard M. Nischik
4. Border Studies, Borderlines, and Liminal Spaces: Crossing the Canada-US

Hallissy, Margaret - Reading Irish-American Fiction, ebook

Reading Irish-American Fiction

Hallissy, Margaret

98,10€

Table of contents
1. Preface
Margaret Hallissy
2. Introduction
Margaret Hallissy
3. What Americans Know and How They Know It: Song
Margaret Hallissy
4. What Americans Know and How They Know It: Story
Margaret Hallissy
5.…

Wester, Maisha L. - African American Gothic, ebook

African American Gothic

Wester, Maisha L.

94,45€

“Murdered by Piece-Meal”: The Destruction of African American Family in Beloved
Maisha L. Wester
7. The Lost Voices of Tims Creek: Narrative Reinscription in A Visitation of Spirits and “Let the Dead Bury Their Dead”
Maisha L. Wester
8. Conclusion:

Andrews, William L. - Classic African American Women's Narratives, ebook

Classic African American Women's Narratives

Andrews, William L.

27,20€

Classic African American Women's Narratives offers teachers, students, and general readers a one-volume collection of the most memorable and important prose written by African American women before 1865. The book reproduces the canon of African