Author: Pratt Institute. Free LibraryPublish On: 1899
Tales about temperaments . 1902 . 2 - C1322 CONTENTS : The worm that God
prepared .— ' Tis an ill flight without ... 2 - H845 With the British legion ; a story of
the Carlist wars . 1902 . 2 - H844 HIGGINS , Mrs. Elizabeth . Out of the West .
(1902). The Last Word. Boston: L.C. Page. Mackie, Pauline Bradford. (1902). The Story ofKate. Boston: L.C. Page. MacLane, Mary. (1902). The Story ofMary
MacLane. Chicago: Herbert H. Stone. McElrath, Frances. (1902). The Rustler: A Tale ...
Author: Nicolas S. Witschi
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Literary Criticism
A Companion to the Literature and Culture of the American West presents a series of essays that explore the historic and contemporary cultural expressions rooted in America's western states. Offers a comprehensive approach to the wide range of cultural expressions originating in the west Focuses on the intersections, complexities, and challenges found within and between the different historical and cultural groups that define the west's various distinctive regions Addresses traditionally familiar icons and ideas about the west (such as cowboys, wide-open spaces, and violence) and their intersections with urbanization and other regional complexities Features essays written by many of the leading scholars in western American cultural studies
A Day's Sport in the West Indies , by Jingleby Thorne , O , XXXIII . Jan , 349 The
Causes of Cromwell's West Indian Expedition , by Frank Strong , AH , IV . Jan ,
228 Westbury , Gloucestershire : An Old Parish Tale , by S. M. CrawleyBoevey (
ill . ) ...
1902 . . . . . . . F 3284 Master of Warlock , a Virginia War Story . Boston , 1903 . 12°
. . . Ellis , E . S . Logan the Mingo . ... E . R . Mariella ; of Out - West . New York , 1902 . 12° . . . . F 9091 Hill , L . A . Marion ' s Experiences . Boston , 1902 . 12 ' .
Category: Library catalogs
Consists of "accessions" and "books in foreign languages".
The West Hall . N. Y. 1902 . cotes . Phil . 1902 .... . C831 W Moore , Frank
Frankfort . . A damsel or two . Daskam , Josephine Dodge . Madness of N. Y. 1902 ... M783D Philip and other tales of childhood . N. Y. Morris , Clara .
Pasteboard crown ...
Out of the West (1902) by Elizabeth Higgins Sullivan (b. 1874) may be the first
novel published by a woman born in Nebraska; it is a story of love, politics, and
the efforts of Frank Field to get elected to Congress, overcome corruption, and ...
Author: Philip A. Greasley
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Category: Literary Collections
The Midwest has produced a robust literary heritage. Its authors have won half of the nation’s Nobel Prizes for Literature plus a significant number of Pulitzer Prizes. This volume explores the rich racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of the region. It also contains entries on 35 pivotal Midwestern literary works, literary genres, literary, cultural, historical, and social movements, state and city literatures, literary journals and magazines, as well as entries on science fiction, film, comic strips, graphic novels, and environmental writing. Prepared by a team of scholars, this second volume of the Dictionary of Midwestern Literature is a comprehensive resource that demonstrates the Midwest’s continuing cultural vitality and the stature and distinctiveness of its literature.
Henty , George Alfred , 1832 - 1902 The young buglers ; a tale of the peninsular
war , by G . A . Henty . New York , A , L ... Griffith ard Farran , successors to
Newbery and Harris , west corner of St . Paul ' s churchyard , London . E . P .
Author: San Francisco Public LibraryPublish On: 1900
1902 . 968.52 FUNCK - BRENTANO , Frantz , The diamond necklace : Being the
true story of MarieAntoinette and the Cardinal de Rohan from ... My host the
enemy and other tales : sketches of life and adventure on the border line of the west .
Theodore Dreiser Thomas P. Riggio, James L.W. West III ... I think of a thousend tales. ... The policeman in the small 7th Street restaurant talking to the waitress
who looked like Gertie"? about the kids fishing in West Lake Park "against the law
Author: Theodore Dreiser
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Category: Literary Collections
Dreiser's careful preservation of his papers bears new fruit with the publication of his personal diaries for the years 1902-26. This volume presents all seven of Dreiser's hitherto unpublished American diaries, the intermittent journals he kept during the most productive years of his literary career. Together they constitute a revealing self-portrait as well as a valuable commentary on the American scene during the first quarter of the twentieth century. They offer reflections on turn-of-the-century Philadelphia, the American South and Mid-West, Greenwich Village of the nineteen-teens, and Hollywood of the twenties. The diaries begin in 1902, when Dreiser was at a low point after the "suppression" of Sister Carrie, and continue until 1926, when he was enjoying the greatest success of his career with An American Tragedy. This publication constitutes in its entirety a new source for biographical and critical study. This is particularly true of the diaries covering Dreiser's experience in Philadelphia, Greenwich Village, and with Helen Richardson—all of which were not available to previous biographers. The present Introduction by Professor Riggio is the first biographical narrative to make use of these materials. Future biographers will now be able to speak with more assurance of Dreiser's whereabouts, the people he knew, what he was reading, which writings were in progress, and of his fascinating private affairs in general. In addition, these diaries will be of interest to students of Dreiser's literary art, as they reveal subtle aspects of how Dreiser viewed the external world and transmuted it in his daily creative efforts.
Author: Belfast Library and Society for Promoting KnowledgePublish On: 1896
West Indies . Cape Colony Natal . Commonwealth of Australia New Zealand .
Ceylon . Malta . EDWARD VII . Watson , William . Ode on the day of the
Coronation of King Edward VII . 1902 Edwards , H. Owen . Wales . ( Story of the
Author: Belfast Library and Society for Promoting Knowledge
Author: American Library AssociationPublish On: 1904
N 582 Mathews, F. S. Field book of American wild flowers. 1902. NR 582 Parsons
, Mrs F.T. S. D. According to season. 1902. ... 1902. jYL y398 Deming, T. O. Little
brothers of the West. 1902. jYL y398 Grinnell, G. B. Blackfoot lodge tales. 1892.
IIIS 1119 Perverted Tales ( 1897 ) . Frank Norris ' Weekly Letter ( June 22 , 1901 )
... Fiction Writing as a Business ( 1902 ) IIS7 II6I 1165 1170 1175 " The Literature
of the West " ( 1902 ) . The Great American Novelist ( [ 1902 ] 1903 ) 1180 1183 ...
Author: Frank Norris
Publisher: Library of America
Book reviews and articles accompany the stories of an artist's decline, a dentist's greed, and a clash between California ranchers and the railroad monopoly
2d Edition THE HIGHEST LIFE A Story of Shortcomings and a Goal , including a
Friendly Analy . sis of the Keswick Movement . ... Publishers . 31 West 23rd Street
, Now to A.C. A RMSTRONG HAVE NOW READY & SON Some of Dutton's New.
Easy English dialogues for learning English as behaviour by , Michael West with
intonation marked by Roger Kingdon . ... NB NUC67 - 26695 West , Nathanael , 1902 - 1940 , The dream life of Balso Snell . A cool million ... Tales from the East .