Middlebrow Modern: Popular American Women Writers of the 1920s; Edited by Lisa Botshon & Meredith Goldsmith. Lisa Botshon, Meredith Goldsmith.
Middlebrow Modern: Popular American Women Writers of the 1920s; Edited by Lisa Botshon & Meredith Goldsmith

Middlebrow Modern: Popular American Women Writers of the 1920s; Edited by Lisa Botshon & Meredith Goldsmith

Boston: Northeastern University Press, 2003. Hardcover. xvii, [1], 301 p.: illustrations; 23 cm. Black cloth with gilt spine title. No dust jacket. Contents: "Written with a Hard and Ruthless Purpose:" Rose Wilder Lane, Edna Ferber, and Middlebrow Regional Fiction by Donna Campbell -- The Cosmopolitan Regionalism of Zona Gale's Friendship Village by Deborah Lindsay Williams -- Winnifred Eaton's "Japanese" Novels as a Field Experiment by Dominika Ferens -- Feminist New Woman Fiction in Periodicals of the 1920s by Maureen Honey -- Progressive Middlebrow: Dorothy Canfield, Women's Magazines, and Popular Feminism in the Twenties by Jaime Harker -- "Lost Among the Ads": Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and the Politics of Imitation by Sarah Churchwell -- Edna Ferber's Cimarron, Cultural Authority, and 1920s Western Historical Narratives by Heidi Kenaga -- Anzia Yezierska and the Marketing of the Jewish Immigrant in 1920s Hollywood by Lisa Botshon -- "An Unwonted Coquetry": The Commercial Seductions of Jessie Fauset's The Chinaberry Tree by Susan Tomlinson -- The Wages of Virtue: Consumerism and Class Formation in Fannie Hurst's Back Street by Stephanie Bower -- Shopping to Pass, Passing to Shop: Consumer Self-Fashioning in the Fiction of Nella Larsen by Meredith Goldsmith. In Near Fine Condition: cover very lightly soiled; one page corner creased; pages are clean and tight.
k. Near Fine. Item #007544
ISBN: 1555535577

Price: $45.00