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  • Author:
    Christian P. Potholm
  • ISBN:
    073917004X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0739170045
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  • Publisher:
    Lexington Books (November 10, 2011)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
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Exciting and fascinating, Maine: An Annotated Bibliography is a look at the Maine Experience from its many historical, political, social, and literary perspectives.

Exciting and fascinating, Maine: An Annotated Bibliography is a look at the Maine Experience from its many historical, political, social, and literary perspectives. Organized under such unifying themes as "The Wild, Wild East," "Ethnicity Matters," "Women in Maine," and "Maine in the Civil War," the work gives readers a most useful and often humorous overview of over 400 books written about Maine. Christian P. Potholm. Exciting and fascinating, Maine: An Annotated Bibliography is a look at the Maine Experience from its many historical, political, social, and literary perspectives.

Chris Potholm's Maine: An Annotated Bibliography lessens those times in numerous ways. His analysis is comprehensive, studied, and worthwhile. Some of his book descriptions had me laughing out loud. (Bill Green, Bill Green's Maine)

I particularly enjoyed checking off the titles of books I've already read or those I will definitely be reading in the future

I particularly enjoyed checking off the titles of books I've already read or those I will definitely be reading in the future. Woman writers are impressively evident in the annotated lexicon of Maine stories, histories, and biographies. This delightful resource book is a joy to read for those who love Maine and a documentary for those who may know little about our beautiful state

Exciting and fascinating, Maine: An Annotated Bibliography is a look at the Maine Experience from its many historical, political, social, and literary perspectives.

Understanding War: An Annotated Bibliography. by Christian P. The third book in Professor Christian Potholm’s war trilogy (which includes Winning at War and War Wisdom), Understanding War provides a most workable bibliography dealing with the vast literature on war and warfare. As such, it provides insights into over 3000 works on this overwhelmingly extensive material.

Christian P. The third book in Professor Christian Potholm's war trilogy (which includes Winning at War and War Wisdom), Understanding War provides a most workable bibliography dealing with the vast literature on war and warfare

Christian P. The third book in Professor Christian Potholm's war trilogy (which includes Winning at War and War Wisdom), Understanding War provides a most workable bibliography dealing with the vast literature on war and warfare.

Multiple authors are represented, in some cases under pseudonyms.

Three very different books remain to be mentioned. One book which is not written by an evangelical Christian, but which has proved to be good medicine when first encountering various literary criticisms is Frederick C. Crews, The Pooh Perplex (E. P. Dutton, 1965). In this book, Crews carefully, sarcastically and humorously proves that the Winnie the Pooh stories actually have multiple authors. There could hardly be a more enjoyable send-up and devastating critique of many kinds of literary criticism, not to mention an expose of the arbitrariness of any such studies’ assured results.

Exciting and fascinating, Maine: An Annotated Bibliography is a look at the Maine Experience from its many historical, political, social, and literary perspectives. Organized under such unifying themes as "The Wild, Wild East," "Ethnicity Matters," "Women in Maine," and "Maine in the Civil War," the work gives readers a most useful and often humorous overview of over 400 books written about Maine. The author introduces the reader to many often overlooked works from the nineteeth century and early twentieth century, such as those by Sally Field, Elijah Kellogg, and Chenoa Hall, as well as many studies of familiar political figures such as Bill Cohen, Ed Muskie, Joshua Chamberlain, Angus King, Margaret Chase Smith, and George Mitchell. A valuable resource for anyone interested in the Pine Tree State.