8 edition of Fiction and the American Literary Marketplace found in the catalog.
November 13, 1996
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
Designed as a companion to The Columbia Literary History of the United States, this compilation of 31 major essays covers the American novel from the s to the present, although the majority deal with the 20th century. Within each era, themes, genres, and topics such as realism, gender, romance, and technology are discussed in depth, as well as modern Canadian, Caribbean, and Latin American. "This book can take its place on the shelf beside Henry Nash Smith’s Virgin Land and Leo Marx’s The Machine in the Garden."—Choice "[Gilmore] demonstrates the profound, sustained, engagement with society embodied in the works of Emerson, Hawthorne, Thoreau and effect, he relocates the American Renaissance where it properly belongs, at the centre of a broad social, economic.
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In A Novel Marketplace, Evan Brier illuminates the complex ties between postwar mass culture and the making, marketing, and reception of American fiction. Betweenwhen television began its ascendancy, andwhen Random House became a publicly owned corporation, the way American novels were produced and distributed changed by: Fiction and the American Literary Marketplace: The Role Conventional literary history has virtually ignored the role of newspaper syndicates in publishing some of.
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