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245 04 The Cambridge history of American literature /|cgeneral 
       editor, Sacvan Bercovitch ; associate editor, Cyrus R.K. 
       Patell. 
246 30 History of American literature 
246 30 American literature 
260    Cambridge [England] ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University 
       Press,|c1994-2005. 
300    8 volumes ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 0  v. 1. 1590-1820 -- 1. The literature of colonisation / 
       Myra Jehlen -- 2. New England puritan literature / Emory 
       Elliott -- 3. British-American belles lettres / David S. 
       Shields -- 4. The American enlightenment, 1750-1820 / 
       Robert A. Ferguson -- 5. The literature of the 
       revolutionary and early national periods / Michael T. 
       Gilmore -- v. 2. 1820-1865 -- 1. Conditions of Literary 
       Vocation, 1820-1850 / Michael D. Bell -- 2. The literature
       of the expansion and race conflict / Eric Sundquist -- 3. 
       The transcendentalists / Barbara L. Packer -- 4. Narrative
       forms / Jonathan Arac -- v. 3. Prose writing, 1860-1920 --
       Introduction / Sacvan Bercovitch -- Part I. The American 
       Literary Field, 1860-1890 / Richard H. Brodhead -- 1. 
       Cultures of letters -- 2. After the American Renaissance -
       - 3. Domestic literary culture -- 4. Books for the 
       millions -- 5. Onstage -- 6. Literary high culture -- 7. 
       Out of the center -- 8. A case study : literary 
       regionalism -- 9. Regional writing and the role of the 
       author -- Part II. Literary Forms and Mass Culture, 1870-
       1920 / Nancy Bentley -- 1. Museum realism -- 2. Howells, 
       James, and the aesthetic republic -- 3. Women and realist 
       authorship -- 4. Chesnutt and imperial spectacle -- 5. 
       Wharton, travel, and modernity -- 6. Adams, James, DuBois,
       and social thought-- Part III. Promises of American Life, 
       1880-1920 / Walter Benn Michaels -- 1. An American tragedy,
       or the promise of American life -- 2. The production of 
       visibility -- 3. The contracted heart -- 4. Success -- 
       Part IV. Becoming Multicultural : Culture, Economy, and 
       the Novel, 1860-1920 / Susan L. Mizruchi -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. Remembering civil war -- 3. Social 
       death and the reconstruction of slavery -- 4. Cosmopolitan
       variations -- 5. Native American sacrifice in an age of 
       progress -- 6. Marketing culture -- 7. Varieties of work -
       - 8. Corporate America -- 9. Realist utopias -- v. 4. 
       Nineteenth-century poetry, 1800-1910 -- Introduction / 
       Sacvan Bercovitch and Neal Dolan -- Part I. American Verse
       Traditions, 1800-1855 / Barbara Packer -- 1. Neoclassicism
       : comic and satiric verse -- 2. Early narrative and lyric 
       -- 3. Transcendentalism -- Part II. Poetry and Public 
       Discourse, 1820-1910 / Shira Wolosky -- Preface: The 
       claims of rhetoric -- 1. Modest claims -- 2. Claiming the 
       Bible -- 3. Poetic language -- 4. Plural identities -- 5. 
       Walt Whitman : the office of the poet -- 6. Emily 
       Dickinson : the violence of the imagination -- Chronology 
       / Neal Dolan -- v. 5. Poetry and criticism, 1900-1950 -- 
       Part I. Modernist Lyric in the Culture of Capital / Andrew
       Dubois and Frank Lentricchia --1. Anthologies and audience,
       genteel to modern -- 2. Robert Frost -- 3. Wallace Stevens
       -- 4. T.S. Eliot -- 5. Ezra Pound -- Epilogue -- Part II. 
       Poetry in the Machine Age / Irene Ramalho Santos --1. 
       Gertrude Stein : the poet as master of repetition -- 2. 
       William Carlos Williams : in search of a western dialect -
       - 3. H.D. : a poet between worlds -- 4. Marianne Moore : a
       voracity of contemplation -- 5. Hart Crane : tortured with
       history -- 6. Langston Hughes : the color of modernism -- 
       Part III. Literary Criticism / William Cain -- Preface -- 
       1. Inventing American literature -- 2. Intellectuals, 
       cultural critics, men and women of letters -- 3. 
       Southerners, agrarians, and New Critics : the institutions
       of a modern criticism -- v. 6. Prose writing, 1910-1950 --
       Introduction / Sacvan Bercovitch and Jonathan Fortescue --
       I.A cultural history of the modern American novel / David 
       Minter -- Prologue Part I.A Dream City, Lyric Years, and a
       Great War --1. The novel as ironic reflection -- 2. 
       Confidence and uncertainty in The Portrait of a Lady -- 3.
       Lines of expansion -- 4. Four contemporaries and closing 
       of the west -- 5. Chicago's 'Dream City' -- 6. Frederick 
       Jackson Turner in the dream city -- 7. Henry Adams's 
       Education and the grammar of progress -- 8. Jack London's 
       career and popular discourse -- 9. Innocence in the 'Lyric
       Years ': 1900-1916 -- 10. The Armory Show of 1913 and the 
       decline of innocence -- 11. The play of hope and despair -
       - Part II. Fiction in a Time of Plenty -- 12. When the war
       was over : the return of detachment -- 13. The 'Jazz Age' 
       and the 'Lost Generation' revisited -- 14. The perils of 
       plenty, or how the Twenties acquired a paranoid tilt -- 
       15. Disenchantment, flight, and the rise of 
       professionalism in an age of plenty -- 16. Class, power, 
       and violence in a new age -- 17. The fear of feminization 
       and the logic of modest ambitions -- 18. Marginality and 
       authority/race, gender and region -- 19. War as metaphor :
       the example of Ernest Hemingway -- Part III. The Fate of 
       Writing During the Great Depression -- 20. The discovery 
       of poverty and the return of commitment -- 21. The search 
       for 'culture' as a form of commitment -- 22. Three 
       responses : the examples of Henry Miller, Djuna Barnes, 
       and John Dos Passos -- 23. Cowboys, detectives and other 
       tough-guy antinomians : residual individualism and hedged 
       commitments -- 24. The search for shared purpose : 
       struggles on the left -- 25. Documentary literature and 
       the disarming of dissent -- 26. The southern renaissance :
       forms of reaction and innovation -- 27. History and novels
       /novels and history : the example of William Faulkner -- 
       II. Fictions of the Harlem Renaissance / Rafia Zafar -- 1.
       A new Negro? -- 2. Black Manhattan -- 3. Avatars and 
       Manifestos -- 4. At home and homeless in Harlem -- 5. New 
       Negro, New Woman -- 6. Thurman and Nugent -- 7. Minor 
       writers -- 8. Hurston and Wright -- 9. Black Modernism -- 
       III. Ethnic Modernism / Werner Sollors -- Introduction -- 
       1. Gertrude Stein and 'Negro Sunshine' -- 2. Ethnic lives 
       and 'lifelets' -- 3. Ethnic themes, modern themes -- 4. 
       Mary Antin : progressive optimism against odds -- 5. Who 
       is 'American'? -- 6. American languages -- 7. 'All the 
       past we leave behind'? : Ole E. Rølvaag and the immigrant 
       trilogy -- 8. Modernism, ethnic labeling and the quest for
       wholeness : Jean Toomer's new American race -- 9. Freud, 
       Marx, hard-boiled 10. Hemingway spoken here -- 11. Henry 
       Roth : ethnicity, modernity, and modernism -- 12. The 
       clock, the salesman and the beast -- 13. Was modernism 
       anti-totalitarian -- 14. Facing the extreme -- 15. Grand 
       central terminal -- v. 7. Prose writing, 1940-1990 -- 1. 
       The drama from 1940-1990 / Christopher Bigsby -- 2. 
       Fiction and society / Morris Dickstein -- 3. After the 
       Southern Renaissance / John Burt -- 4. Postmodern fictions,
       1970-1990 / Wendy Steiner -- 5. Emergent literatures / 
       Cyrus R.K. Patell -- v. 8. Poetry and criticism, 1940-
       1995. Part I. Poetry, Politics, and Intellectuals / Robert
       Von Hallberg -- 1. The place of poetry in the Culture, 
       1945-1950 -- 2. Politics -- 3. Rear-guards -- 4. Avant-
       gardes -- 5. Authenticity -- 6. Translation Conclusion : 
       the place of poets, 1995 -- Appendix I: Biographies of 
       Poets -- Part II. Criticism Since 1940 / Evan Carton and 
       Gerald Graff -- Introduction -- 1. Politics and American 
       criticism -- 2. The emergence of academic criticism -- 3. 
       The nationalising of the new criticism -- 4. The canon, 
       the academy, and gender -- 5. Deconstruction and post-
       structuralism -- 6. From textuality to materiality -- 7. 
       Cultural and historical studies -- Conclusion : academic 
       criticism and its discontents -- Appendix II: Biographies 
       of critics -- Chronology 1940-1945 -- Bibliography. 
520    Multi-volume history of American literature. 
650  0 American literature|xHistory and criticism. 
653 0  English literature|aHistory. 
653 0  United States. 
655  7 Criticism, interpretation, etc.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411635.
700 1  Bercovitch, Sacvan. 
700 1  Patell, Cyrus R. K. 
700 1  Bercovitch, Sacvan. 
700 1  Patell, Cyrus R. K. 
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