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American Writers and the Approach of World War II, 1935-1941 : A Literary History

By: Takayoshi, Ichiro.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2015Description: 1 online resource (346 p.).ISBN: 9781316289365.Subject(s): American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism | Authors, American -- 20th century -- Political and social views | War in literature | World war, 1939-1945 -- United States -- Literature and the warGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: American Writers and the Approach of World War II, 1935-1941 : A Literary HistoryDDC classification: 809.93358 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Table of contents; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Prologue: Fun to Be Free; 1From Depression to War; The Lessons of the Last War; The Theater of Remote Violence; 2 ETHIOPIA, Lift Your Night-Dark Face; 12,000,000; The Race War Fantasy; ""Boon To Darker Races""; The Black Empire; 3 Americans in Spain; The Birth of the Popular Front; Ernest Hemingway in Spain; From the Importance of Winning to the Importance of Fighting Well; Are You Now or Have You Ever Been a Member of ...; 4 Munich on Broadway; The Munich Crisis and the Playwrights Company
""President Quotes Lincoln""Lincoln the Appeaser; Lincoln the Interventionist; The International Civil War; 5 The War of Words; ""A Cinch to Be a Bestseller""; Democracy and Art in the Age of Propaganda; ""The Strongest Piece of Anti-War Propaganda""; 6 The People's Culture; Changing Minds: From Persuasion to Simulation; The Prewar Culture as the People's Culture; Becoming Popular; 7 Across the Pacific; Pearl S. Buck's Asia; ""I am not a pacifist but...""; Flight into China; Chinese Melting Pot; 8 The Axis Conquest of Europe I; The Backlash: Democracy without Liberalism?
MacLeish: Responsible and DangerousLewis Mumford's Lucid Fanaticism; 9 The Axis Conquest of Europe - II; The Guilt of Irresponsible Liberals; Freedom Is Culture; Liberty and Union; Epilogue: The American Lebensraum; Notes; Notes to Prologue; Notes to Chapter 1; Notes to Chapter 2; Notes to Chapter 3; Notes to Chapter 4; Notes to Chapter 5; Notes to Chapter 6; Notes to Chapter 7; Notes to Chapter 8; Notes to Chapter 9; Notes to Epilogue; Bibliography; Primary Sources; Archival Collections; Books and Articles; Secondary Sources; Index
Summary: Ichiro Takayoshi's book argues that World War II transformed American literary culture.
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Cover; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Table of contents; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Prologue: Fun to Be Free; 1From Depression to War; The Lessons of the Last War; The Theater of Remote Violence; 2 ETHIOPIA, Lift Your Night-Dark Face; 12,000,000; The Race War Fantasy; ""Boon To Darker Races""; The Black Empire; 3 Americans in Spain; The Birth of the Popular Front; Ernest Hemingway in Spain; From the Importance of Winning to the Importance of Fighting Well; Are You Now or Have You Ever Been a Member of ...; 4 Munich on Broadway; The Munich Crisis and the Playwrights Company

""President Quotes Lincoln""Lincoln the Appeaser; Lincoln the Interventionist; The International Civil War; 5 The War of Words; ""A Cinch to Be a Bestseller""; Democracy and Art in the Age of Propaganda; ""The Strongest Piece of Anti-War Propaganda""; 6 The People's Culture; Changing Minds: From Persuasion to Simulation; The Prewar Culture as the People's Culture; Becoming Popular; 7 Across the Pacific; Pearl S. Buck's Asia; ""I am not a pacifist but...""; Flight into China; Chinese Melting Pot; 8 The Axis Conquest of Europe I; The Backlash: Democracy without Liberalism?

MacLeish: Responsible and DangerousLewis Mumford's Lucid Fanaticism; 9 The Axis Conquest of Europe - II; The Guilt of Irresponsible Liberals; Freedom Is Culture; Liberty and Union; Epilogue: The American Lebensraum; Notes; Notes to Prologue; Notes to Chapter 1; Notes to Chapter 2; Notes to Chapter 3; Notes to Chapter 4; Notes to Chapter 5; Notes to Chapter 6; Notes to Chapter 7; Notes to Chapter 8; Notes to Chapter 9; Notes to Epilogue; Bibliography; Primary Sources; Archival Collections; Books and Articles; Secondary Sources; Index

Ichiro Takayoshi's book argues that World War II transformed American literary culture.

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