Harper S Novels

Author: Firm Harper
Publisher: Palala Press
ISBN: 9781358632129
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The Publishing History Of Uncle Tom S Cabin 1852 2002

Author: Dr Claire Parfait
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409489981
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Pictures of the Virgin and Her Son (New York, Harper and Brothers, 1849); for a
list of Catharine's works, see the National Union Catalog. 3 According to Harpers
biographer Eugene Exman, the publishing house would have turned down the
offer for a variety of reasons. Although the Harpers never hesitated to serialize
British novels in Harper's Monthly before issuing them in book form, it seems they
were reluctant to bring out American novels which had previously appeared as
serials ...

The Serpent In The Cup

Author: David S. Reynolds
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 9781558490826
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Deracialized Discourse TEMPERANCE AND Rscm. AMBIGUITY IN HARPER's “
THE Two Offers" And Sowing and Reaping B Debra]. Rosentlial FRANCES E. W.
Hartman's SHORT s'rom' "Ti-IE TWO Owens” (1859) AND novel Sowing and
Reaping: A Temperance Story (1876-77) are works written by a black woman,
serialized in black journals for black readers, yet they avoid any mention of race.
In Harper's novels Minnie's Sacrifice (1869), Trial and Triumph (1888-89) (both
serialized ...

Will The Circle Be Unbroken

Author: John L. Hare
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415941570
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The Panic of 1837 had probably forced the Harpers to reduce their list of offerings
, and in a tight economy, reprints of English favorites seemed safer and more
attractive to publishers than the works of American authors (Davis, Chronicler
200). The decision that the Harpers would not publish a third Caruthers novel,
then, may have been the publisher's and not the author's. Curtis Carroll Davis
has speculated that Caruthers placed the work with a small Southern publisher "
probably on ...

John Brown S Raid On Harper S Ferry

Author: Jason Glaser
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 9780736862066
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"In graphic novel format, tells the story of John Brown's 1859 raid on Harpers Ferry, Virginia"--Provided by publisher.

Corruption In Urban Politics And Society Britain 1780 1950

Author: James R. Moore
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754637059
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'A novel about Local Government, how dreary a vista the phrase calls up ...".1
Many modern readers would probably echo the reservations expressed by Sylvia
Lynd as she reviewed a novel on this seemingly unpromising theme for Harper s
Bazaar in 1936. The novel under discussion was South Riding, the final and most
significant literary work produced by journalist, author and political campaigner,
Winifred Holtby.2 Holtby had completed the manuscript shortly before her death ...

Poe And The Printed Word

Author: Kevin J. Hayes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139426725
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Just as he had sought John Pendleton Kennedy's assistance to place the
collection of tales with Carey, Lea, and Blanchard, Poe soughtJames Kirke
Paulding's help to place the book with the Harpers. Paulding had established his
literary reputation three decades before with Salmagundi, an essay collection he
wrote with Washington Irving, and continued it through his satirical yet good-
hearted Letters from the South and such historical novels as Koningsmarke; or,
Old Times in the ...

From David Walker To Barack Obama

Author: Emma S. Etuk, PhD
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1462014186
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Between 1883 and 1890, which was part of the American Reconstruction era,
Harper served in the Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU).6 In 1894,
she served as the Director of the American Association of Education of Colored
Youth. Two years earlier, she had published another book, Iola Leroy; or
Shadows Uplifted (1892), at the age of 67. Thereafter, she wrote three other
novels which were serialized in The Christian Recorder, a religious periodical.7
Harper's three ...

The Encyclopedia Of The Novel

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111877907X
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Because the need to oppose slavery, the cause that had initially brought the
African American novel into being, no longer ex- isted, it was politically possible
to rethink and further expand the thematic scope of the subgenre. Yet a number
of obstacles remained, hindering the free development of this ... Harper's novels
illustrate and dramatize issues that she considered vital for inspiring African
Americans. Her works portray strong and noble African American women,
emphasize the ...