Beneath the American Renaissance : the subversive imagination in the age of Emerson and Melville /
A study of prominent 19th century American writers shows how they assimilated themes and images from popular culture into their art, particulary sensationalistic literature that addressed controversial themes such as religion, slavery, sexual mores, and workers' and women's rights.
|Published:||New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 1988.|
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