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Bad Land pastoralism in Great Plains fiction

Matthew J. C. Cella

Bad Land pastoralism in Great Plains fiction

by Matthew J. C. Cella

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Published by University of Iowa Press in Iowa City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American fiction -- Great Plains -- History and criticism,
  • Pastoral literature, American -- History and criticism,
  • Place (Philosophy) in literature,
  • Great Plains -- In literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMatthew J.C. Cella ; foreword by Wayne Franklin.
    SeriesAmerican land and life series
    ContributionsFranklin, Wayne.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS274 .C45 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24080456M
    ISBN 101587299054
    ISBN 109781587299056
    LC Control Number2010005241

    Written by a host of leading historians and literary critics, this book offers readers insight into the West as a site that sustains canonical and emerging authors alike, and as a region that exceeds national boundaries in addressing long-standing global concerns and developments. Cella, Matthew J. C. Bad Land Pastoralism in Great Plains. Matthew J.C. Cella, Bad Land Pastoralism in Great Plains Fiction. James Hurt, “Writing the Prairie.” Writing Illinois: The Prairie, Lincoln, and Chicago. Katherine Fry, Constructing the Heartland: Television News and Natural Disaster. Janet Galligani Casey, A New Heartland: Women, Modernity, and the Agrarian Ideal Regional Scholarship.

    The thesis of the book is to show how, the Great Plains have bent and molded Anglo-American life, have destroyed traditions, and have influenced institutions in a most singular manner (8). Essentially, Webb describes the Plains as a completely different place that Americans had to adapt to after crossing west of the 98th Meridian/5. Bad Land Pastoralism in Great Plains Fiction. American Land and Life Series. By Matthew J. C. Cella. Foreword by Wayne Franklin. (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, xiii + pp. Notes, bibliography, index. $, paper.) Before the Storm: A Year in the Pribilof Islands, – By Fredericka Martin. Edited by Raymund Hudson.

    A sweeping saga spanning three generations, and two continents, Nicole Alexander's fifth novel, The Great Plains, is an absorbing tale of love, loss, betrayal, belonging and freedom. The story begins in Dallas, Texas in , before moving to the plains of Oklahoma, and then to the Queensland bush, nearly fifty years later/5(26). Wayne Franklin: free download. Ebooks library. On-line books store on Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.


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