Popular literature in America; a symposium in honor of Lyon N. Richardson.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Austin, James C., Koch, Donald A., 1916-, Richardson, Lyon Norman, 1898-
Format: Book
Published: Bowling Green, Ohio, Bowling Green University Popular Press [1972]
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.