New voices in American studies. Edited by Ray B. Browne, Donald M. Winkelman and Allen Hayman.

; Browne, Ray B. (Ray Broadus), 1922-2009 ; Winkelman, Donald M ; Hayman, Allen ; Purdue University
[West Lafayette, Ind.] Purdue University Studies, 1966.

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Other Authors Browne, Ray B. 1922-2009.
Hayman, Allen.
Winkelman, Donald M.
Purdue University.
Subjects Civilization.
United States -- Civilization -- Congresses.
United States.
Description 165 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1966.
Notes Papers, all but two of which were presented at the conference.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents [1.] Literature: Literature and American studies: some new directions / Allen Hayman -- American radicals and literary works of the mid-nineteenth century / Leo Stoller -- Mark Twain and the upward mobility of taste / Louis J. Budd -- A tale of two authors: Theodore Dreiser and David Graham Phillips / Louis Filler -- John Hersey: war correspondent into novelist / David Sanders -- "The strenuous life" as a theme in American cultural history / Edwin H. Cady -- The juvenile approach to American culture, 1870-1930 / Russel B. Nye -- [2.] Popular culture, folklore, and ethnomusicology: Catalysts for interdisciplinary study / Donald M. Winkelman -- Popular theater in Moby Dick / Ray R. Browne -- Real use and real abuse of folklore in the writer's subconscious: F. Scott Fitzgerald / Tristram P. Coffin -- The Anglo-American in Mexican folklore / AmeĢrico Paredes -- Some influences of Western civilization on North American Indian music / Bruno Nettl -- The origin and tradition of the ballad of "Thomas Rhymer" / C.E. Nelson -- Some rhythmic aspects of the child ballad / Donald M. Winkelman.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)419121
(OCoLC)ocm00419121
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