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American Caldron: A Collection of Short Stories and Articles - Smallwood, Kenneth W
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Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge and London: 2014. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. From the 1910s to the 1950s, Edna Ferber (1885-1968) published a series of bestselling novels that made her one of Doubleday's highest-paid authors, earned her a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1925, and transformed her into a literary celebrity. She hosted dinner parties covered by the New York Times, lunched at the Algonquin Round Table with Dorothy Parker and Alexander Woollcott, and collaborated with George S. Kaufman on hit plays such as Dinner at Eight and Stage Door. In Edna Ferber's America, Eliza McGraw provides the first in-depth critical study of the author's novels, exploring their innovative portrayals of characters from a diverse range of ethnicities and social classes. Best remembered today for the movies and musicals adapted from her worksÑincluding classics like Giant and Show BoatÑFerber attracted a devoted readership during her lifetime with engaging storylines focused on strong-willed individuals reshaping their lives, set amid a panorama of regional landscapes. McGraw reveals that Ferber's novels convey a broad, nuanced vision of the United States as a multiethnic country, with particular emphasis on Jewish American communities. Framing her study with the theme of ethnic unease and insecurity, McGraw performs close readings of twelve Ferber novels: Dawn O'Hara (1911), Fanny Herself (1917), The Girls (1921), So Big (1924), Show Boat (1926), Cimarron (1929), American Beauty (1931), Come and Get It (1935), Saratoga Trunk (1941), Great Son (1945), Giant (1952), and Ice Palace (1958). McGraw emphasizes the entwined topics of racial mixing and class, as she argues that in Ferber's America, ethnic and social mobility challenge the reigning order, creating places that foster vitality and promise hope for the future. Eliza McGraw received her PhD in English from Vanderbilt University and is the author of Two Covenants: Representations of Twentieth-Century Jewishness. She lives in Washington, D.C., with her family. "Edna Ferber is one of many American women whose importance to American culture has been downplayed or ignored. She has helped to shape our cultureÑour novel and short story writing, our playwriting and our filmmaking. Eliza McGraw has demanded Ferber be given her appropriate status. In particular, McGraw has examined Ferber using an intersectional model of Jewish and female identity, forcing readers to recognize Ferber and her contributions as complex and rich, simultaneously laudable and troubling. This is a book that scholars of 20th century American literature, filmmaking, Jewish identity, and women's studies must read."Ñ Alison Piepmeir, author of Girl Zines: Making Media, Doing Feminism "Eliza McGraw's insightful analysis introduces a new generation to the Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist and playwright Edna Ferber, whose evocative works captured a country grappling with modernity and mythology through the lens of race, class, ethnicity, gender, and region. In her beautifully written, deep readings of twelve of Ferber's novels, McGraw unveils the author's complex identity, from her turn-of-the-century working-class, midwestern Jewish roots to her contested position in New York's glittering literary scene of the early twentieth century."ÑMarcie Cohen Ferris, coeditor of Jewish Roots in Southern Soil: A New History, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge and London: 2014, Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.A.: Authorhouse, 2006. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. Inscribed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Signed by the author - With my thanks and very best wishes, Kenneth W. Smallwood 7-18-07". Perfect but for top front corner bump. Fresh and bright. Of significance from the front lines of worker rights. "This collection of short stories and essays goes back to 1952 when the story, "Occupational Hazard" was published by Decade of Short Stories, a little magazine at Canoga Park, California. "Majority At Sea," a short story was published by The Crisis Magazine of the NAACP in 1968. The latest story, "The Marine" was published in 2004 by AIM AIM-America's Intercultural Magazine at Maywood, Illinois. Included are some stories which are published here for the first time. The story "The $4.50 Brief Case," was published by The Labor Paper at Racine, Wisconsin in 2003. The essay, "The Folklore of Preferential Treatment," was mentioned by Coretta Scott King in her syndicated newspaper column in 1985. Smallwood read this in the Detroit Free Press, a copy of which students at Wayne State University in Detroit, put on the bulletin board. Ms. King''s column was titled, "It's a bit late to protest preferential treatment." My essay "The Folklore of Preferential Treatment," was presented to plant managers and other executives at the Ford Motor Company's World Headquarters at Dearborn, Michigan at a luncheon meeting. This same essay was published with other essays by the Michigan Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights under the title: "Michigan Consultation: Focus on Affirmative Action in 1998." It was presented in 1996 at the Westin Hotel, Renaissance Center, Detroit, Michigan to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Regional Office, Chicago, Illinois. Two other essays were responses to reports from the Bureau Of Urban Affairs in New York and the Comptroller General's, General Accounting Office Report. At the time Smallwood was the Civil Rights and Urban Affairs Director at the regional office in New York of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. In 2001 1st Books Library, now AuthorHouse, published Smallwood's novel, The Right and The Left, a burlesque of the National Labor Relations Board. ., Authorhouse, 2006

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This collection of short stories and essays goes back to 1952 when the story, Occupational Hazard was published by Decade of Short Stories, a little magazine at Canoga Park, California. Majority At Sea, a short story was published by The Crisis Magazine of the NAACP in 1968. The latest story, The Marine was published in 2004 by AIM AIM-America''s Intercultural Magazine at Maywood, Illinois. Included are some stories which are published here for the first time. The story The $4.50 Brief Case, was published by The Labor Paper at Racine, Wisconsin in 2003. The essay, The Folklore of Preferential Treatment, was mentioned by Coretta Scott King in her syndicated newspaper column in 1985. Smallwood read this in the Detroit Free Press, a copy of which students at Wayne State University in Detroit, put on the bulletin board. Ms. King''''s column was titled, It''s a bit late to protest preferential treatment. My essay The Folklore of Preferential Treatment, was presented to plant managers and other executives at the Ford Motor Company''s World Headquarters at Dearborn, Michigan at a luncheon meeting. This same essay was published with other essays by the Michigan Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights under the title: Michigan Consultation: Focus on Affirmative Action in 1998. It was presented in 1996 at the Westin Hotel, Renaissance Center, Detroit, Michigan to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Regional Office, Chicago, Illinois. Two other essays were responses to reports from the Bureau Of Urban Affairs in New York and the Comptroller General''s, General Accounting Office Report. At the time Smallwood was the Civil Rights and Urban Affairs Director at theregional office in New York of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. In 2001 1st Books Library, now AuthorHouse, published Smallwood''s novel, The Right and The Left, a burlesque of the National Labor Relations Board. Kenneth W. Smallwood, Books, Fiction and Literature, American Caldron: A Collection Of Short Stories And Articles Books>Fiction and Literature, Authorhouse

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AuthorHouse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 272 pages. Dimensions: 8.0in. x 5.0in. x 0.6in.This collection of short stories and essays goes back to 1952 when the story, Occupational Hazard was published by Decade of Short Stories, a little magazine at Canoga Park, California. Majority At Sea, a short story was published by The Crisis Magazine of the NAACP in 1968. The latest story, The Marine was published in 2004 by AIM AIM-Americas Intercultural Magazine at Maywood, Illinois. Included are some stories which are published here for the first time. The story The 4. 50 Brief Case, was published by The Labor Paper at Racine, Wisconsin in 2003. The essay, The Folklore of Preferential Treatment, was mentioned by Coretta Scott King in her syndicated newspaper column in 1985. Smallwood read this in the Detroit Free Press, a copy of which students at Wayne State University in Detroit, put on the bulletin board. Ms. Kings column was titled, Its a bit late to protest preferential treatment. My essay The Folklore of Preferential Treatment, was presented to plant managers and other executives at the Ford Motor Companys World Headquarters at Dearborn, Michigan at a luncheon meeting. This same essay was published with other essays by the Michigan Advisory Committee to the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights under the title: Michigan Consultation: Focus on Affirmative Action in 1998. It was presented in 1996 at the Westin Hotel, Renaissance Center, Detroit, Michigan to the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights, Regional Office, Chicago, Illinois. Two other essays were responses to reports from the Bureau Of Urban Affairs in New York and the Comptroller Generals, General Accounting Office Report. At the time Smallwood was the Civil Rights and Urban Affairs Director at the regional office in New York of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency. In 2001 1st Books Library, now AuthorHouse, published Smallwoods novel, The Right and The Left, a burlesque of the National Labor Relations Board. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., AuthorHouse

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This collection of short stories and essays goes back to 1952 when the story, "Occupational Hazard" was published by Decade of Short Stories, a little magazine at Canoga Park, California. "Majority At Sea," a short story was published by The Crisis Magazine of the NAACP in 1968. The latest story, "The Marine" was published in 2004 by AIM AIM-America's Intercultural Magazine at Maywood, Illinois. Included are some stories which are published here for the first time. The story "The $4.50 Brief Case," was published by The Labor Paper at Racine, Wisconsin in 2003. The essay, "The Folklore of Preferential Treatment," was mentioned by Coretta Scott King in her syndicated newspaper column in 1985. Smallwood read this in the Detroit Free Press, a copy of which students at Wayne State University in Detroit, put on the bulletin board. Ms. King''s column was titled, "It's a bit late to protest preferential treatment." My essay "The Folklore of Preferential Treatment," was presented to plant managers and other executives at the Ford Motor Company's World Headquarters at Dearborn, Michigan at a luncheon meeting. This same essay was published with other essays by the Michigan Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights under the title: "Michigan Consultation: Focus on Affirmative Action in 1998." It was presented in 1996 at the Westin Hotel, Renaissance Center, Detroit, Michigan to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Regional Office, Chicago, Illinois. Two other essays were responses to reports from the Bureau Of Urban Affairs in New York and the Comptroller General's, General Accounting Office Report. At the time Smallwood was the Civil Rights and Urban Affairs Director at theregional office in New York of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. In 2001 1st Books Library, now AuthorHouse, published Smallwood's novel, The Right and The Left, a burlesque of the National Labor Relations Board.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 1420893602
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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