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midwestern ascendancy in American writing

by Ronald Weber

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Published by Indiana University Press in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Middle West,
  • Middle West.
    • Subjects:
    • American literature -- Middle West -- History and criticism,
    • Authors, American -- Homes and haunts -- Middle West,
    • Middle West in literature,
    • Middle West -- Intellectual life

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-245) and index.

      StatementRonald Weber.
      SeriesMidwestern history and culture
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS273 .W4 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 252 p. ;
      Number of Pages252
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1564861M
      ISBN 100253363667
      LC Control Number91046602

      Studies in American Fiction publishes reviews and articles on a wide temporal range in American fiction: from neglected and rediscovered early U.S. writers (Susanna Rowson, Leonora Sansay, James Hall) to the emergent authors of the present day (Katherine Dunn, Ana Menéndez, Monique Truong, Toni Morrison). Expect its refereed articles to feature not only major canonical works by Charles. The Revolt of the Village, –, by Anthony Channell Hilfer (), developed the same ideas by setting “provillage” local colorists against “antivillage” partisans, favoring the latter, an argument elaborated by Ronald Weber in The Midwestern Ascendancy in American Writing (). However, like Joseph in his overview of the.

      His best work that I've seen is a brilliant essay (in a book he co-edited called The American Midwest) which defines the Midwestern region as "the Anti-region." Few books, in fact, discuss the Midwest as a whole, as a region: books on the South can and do fill whole libraries.   The Midwest is often overlooked as a source of great writing, and unfortunately so. Midwestern literature is among the best at illustrating place, capturing it vividly, whether it is .

      ern Ascendancy is a masterful performance and an essential book for those interested in regionalism, American literary realism, or midwestern writing. J. KENT CALDER is the Indiana Historical Society's managing editor. He contributed the overview essay for the literature section of the forthcoming Encyclopedia of Indi anapolis.   Accents In Writing. When writing for a character with an accent, it is tempting to render the character's speech phonetically using nonstandard spellings. However, this practice is risky and should be avoided, unless you specifically want to emphasize how a character speaks. First, there's the question of how accurate to be.


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Cited by: 4. In The Midwestern Ascendancy in American Writing, Ronald Weber illuminates the sense of lost promise that gives rise to the elegiac note struck in many Midwestern works; he also addresses the deeply divided feelings about the region revealed in the contrary desires to abandon and to celebrate.

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(Indiana UP, ). An eminently readable work of scholarship by Professor Emeritus of American Studies at Notre Dame, Ronald Weber, and part of the (mainly historical) Midwestern History and Culture series (Madison & Schlereth, ed.).

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Although Dreiser's Sister Carrie remains a seminal work not only for the midwestern literary scene but for American literature as a whole, his other novels were not such major achievements.

American Salvage was a fiction finalist for the National Book Award and National Book Critics’ Circle award. Campbell lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan. .