- Author:Anne E. Rowe
- Publisher:Louisiana State Univ Pr; First Edition edition (March 1, 1986)
- Pages:159 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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Southern literary studies.
The idea of Florida in the American literary imagination. Southern literary studies. xiv, 159 p. : Number of pages.
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Recent papers in Studies In the Literary Imagination More generally, it will focus on the historical sources and ideas privileged by nationalist discourses and the manner in which nationalism.
Recent papers in Studies In the Literary Imagination. The conference explores the Jewish literary imagination against the background of nineteenth-century ethnic and nationalist movements and the emergence of Jews as political agents. It will address the way new literary products, in both content and form, redefined Jewish collective identity. More generally, it will focus on the historical sources and ideas privileged by nationalist discourses and the manner in which nationalism redefined the nature of Judaism’s religious and cultural history.
But I was a little boy, and what could I do about it? : Contemplating Children as Narrators in the Short Fiction of Ernest J. Gaines Alexis M. Egan. Make Him a Man : Black Masculinity and Communal Identity in Ernest J. Gaines’s A Lesson Before Dying David E. Magill. Reading Ivan Turgenev with Ernest J. Gaines: Analyzing Fathers and Sons and Catherine Carmier Claire Manes. Whitemouth : A Bakhtinian Reading of Narrative Voice in Ernest J. Gaines’s Transitional Novel Of Love and Dust Diane Chiriani Russo They want us to be Creoles.
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Florida Literature: A Case Study offers a sampling of literary works . Rowe, On the Idea of Florida in the American Literary Imagination (essay). A Collection of Florida Literature.
Florida Literature: A Case Study offers a sampling of literary works, essays, images, and historical documents from the state Carl Hiaasen said is "so colorful, the material so rich, it’s no wonder Florida has a history of great writers. Inside this book, you’ll find works from everywhere in Florida-from the sand, the swamp, and the sea to deep pine forests, vibrant cities, and, of course, Disney World. The stories, poems, essays, images, and historical documents are but a sampling of the rich and diverse writings from and about Florida.
Southern literary studies calls the geographic boundaries into question. During the 17th and 18th centuries, English colonists in the Southern part of the American colonies produced a number of notable works. Both sets of recollections are critical documents in early Southern history.