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Literature and Insurgency (Barnes & Noble Digital Library): Ten Studies in Racial Evolution
     

Literature and Insurgency (Barnes & Noble Digital Library): Ten Studies in Racial Evolution

by John Curtis Underwood
 


This 1914 collection of essays on authors as diverse as Mark Twain, Henry James , and Edith Wharton was written in protest against what the author termed the "machine-made" and "soulless" American literature of his day, in order to, as he says in his introduction, "stimulate our racial sense of ultimate destiny in the world of thought and literature."

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This 1914 collection of essays on authors as diverse as Mark Twain, Henry James , and Edith Wharton was written in protest against what the author termed the "machine-made" and "soulless" American literature of his day, in order to, as he says in his introduction, "stimulate our racial sense of ultimate destiny in the world of thought and literature."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781411449121
Publisher:
Barnes & Noble
Publication date:
04/26/2011
Series:
Barnes & Noble Digital Library
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
506
File size:
584 KB

Meet the Author


John Curtis Underwood was the author of War Flames (1917), Americans, The Iron Muse (1910), and Processionals, among other books.

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