Faraway Women and the "Atlantic Monthly - Studies in Print Culture and the History of the Book (Hardback)Cathryn Halverson (author)
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Faraway Women and the "Atlantic Monthly" examines gender and power as it charts an archival journey connecting the least remembered writers and readers of the time with one of its most renowned literary figures, Gertrude Stein. It shows how distant friends, patrons, Publishers, and readers inspired, fostered, and consumed the innovative life narratives of these unlikely authors, and it also tracks their own strategies for seizing creative outlets and forging new protocols of public expression. Troubling binary categories of east and west, national and regional, and cosmopolitan and local, the book recasts the coordinates of early twentieth-century American literature.
Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press
Number of pages: 264
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
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