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The color of democracy in women's regional writing / Jean Carol Griffith.

By: Griffith, Jean CarolMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Studies in American literary realism and naturalismPublication details: Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, ©2009. Description: 1 online resource (x, 217 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780817382391; 0817382399Subject(s): American literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism | American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism | Women authors, American -- Political and social views | Regionalism in literature | Local history in literature | Democracy in literature | New York (N.Y.) -- In literature | Southern States -- In literature | West (U.S.) -- In literature | LITERARY CRITICISM -- American -- General | American literature | American literature -- Women authors | Democracy in literature | Literature | Local history in literature | Regionalism in literature | New York (State) -- New York | Southern States | West United States | Regionalliteratur | Frauenliteratur | USA | 1900-1999 | Geschichte 1880-1910Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Criticism, interpretation, etc. Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 810.9/9287 LOC classification: PS151 | .G8 2009Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction: Writing region in the new century -- "Is New York such a labyrinth?" : street life and amalgamation in Wharton's and Glasgow's city -- Men of the mob and "fascinatingly American" women -- "Et que cétait comme dans le livre" : Wharton, the Harlem Renaissance, and all that jazz -- "Virginia is not dead but sleepeth": segregation and the "family Black and white" in Glasgow's and Cather's South -- Family reunion : slavery as usable past -- A house divided : the interracial family and the white supremacist community -- "Fortunate country" : old immigrants and new women in Cather's and Wharton's West -- How the West was whitened -- New women and the world of business -- Conclusion: "Always, everywhere, inferior."
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Introduction: Writing region in the new century -- "Is New York such a labyrinth?" : street life and amalgamation in Wharton's and Glasgow's city -- Men of the mob and "fascinatingly American" women -- "Et que cétait comme dans le livre" : Wharton, the Harlem Renaissance, and all that jazz -- "Virginia is not dead but sleepeth": segregation and the "family Black and white" in Glasgow's and Cather's South -- Family reunion : slavery as usable past -- A house divided : the interracial family and the white supremacist community -- "Fortunate country" : old immigrants and new women in Cather's and Wharton's West -- How the West was whitened -- New women and the world of business -- Conclusion: "Always, everywhere, inferior."

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