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Immigrant Voices by Gordon Hutner
Book DescriptionFrom Hector St John de Crevecoeur's defining statement of Americanism to Harlem Renaissance figure Claude McKay's observations on race, here are bot rousing and heartbreaking impressions of those who departed from their homelands in the hopes of making a new life.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780451526984
(178mm x 108mm x 28mm)
Imprint: Dutton / Signet
Publisher: Penguin Putnam Inc
Country of Publication: United States
Books By Author Gordon Hutner
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Brings together twelve prominent scholars who address the history, the present state, and the future direction of the humanities. The contributors offer spirited and thought-provoking debates on a diverse range of topics. A New Deal for the Humanities takes an intrepid step in making the humanities even stronger in the future.
Babbitt, Paperback (August 2010)
George F. Babbitt is a real estate agent in the fictional Midwestern city of Zenith. Complacent, acquisitive, and conformist, his awareness of something lacking in his life finally leads him to rebel. Lewis's hilarious, poignant satire on small-city businessmen exposes the hypocrisies of middle America and still has power to provoke.
National Imaginaries, American Identities, Paperback (November 2000)
Drawing on such varied texts and visual media as daguerrotypes, political cartoons, tourist posters, and religious artifacts, these essays explore how pictures and words combine to illuminate the psyche of the American nation.
American Literature, American Culture, Paperback (September 1998)» View all books by Gordon Hutner
This anthology of American literary criticism focuses on its tradition as cultural critique. The essays are from the early years of the republic through the 19th and 20th centuries. Shared concerns include: how a national literature might be fostered and the complications of gender, race and class.
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