Princes Peasants and Other Polish Selves Ethnicity in American Literature, Literaturoznawstwo

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//-->covernext page >title :authorpublisherisbn10 | asinprint isbn13ebook isbn13languagesubject::::::publication datelccddcsubject::::Princes, Peasants, and Other Polish Selves : Ethnicity inAmerican LiteratureGladsky, Thomas S.University of Massachusetts Press087023775697808702377519780585186917EnglishAmerican literature--Polish influences, National characteristics,Polish, in literature, American literature--Polish Americanauthors--History and criticism, Polish Americans--Intellectuallife, Polish Americans in literature, Ethnicity in literature, Pol1992PS159.P7G53 1992eb810.9/352039185American literature--Polish influences, National characteristics,Polish, in literature, American literature--Polish Americanauthors--History and criticism, Polish Americans--Intellectuallife, Polish Americans in literature, Ethnicity in literature, Polcovernext page >< previous pagepage_iiinext page >Page iiiPrinces, Peasants, and Other Polish SelvesEthnicity in American LiteratureThomas S. GladskyTHE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS PRESSAMHERST< previous pagepage_iiinext page >< previous pagepage_ivnext page >Page ivCopyright © 1992 by The University of Massachusetts PressAll rights reservedPrinted in the United States of AmericaLC 91-42671ISBN 0-87023-775-6Designed by Susan BishopSet in Linotron Sabon by Keystone Typesetting, Inc.Printed and bound by Thomson-Shore, Inc.Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataGladsky, Thomas S., 1939Princes, peasants, and other Polish selves : ethnicity in Americanliterature / Thomas S. Gladsky.p. cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.ISBN 0-87023-775-6 (alk. paper)1. American literaturePolish influences. 2. Nationalcharacteristics, Polish, in literature. 3. American literaturePolish American authorsHistory and criticism. 4. PolishAmericansIntellectual life. 5. Polish Americans in literature.6. Ethnicity in literature. 7. Poland in literature. 8. Poles inliterature. I. Title.PS159.P7G531992810.9'352039185dc2091-42671British Library Cataloguing in Publication data are available.Parts of this manuscript have previously appeared inCritique29 (Winter 1988);The Future of American Modernism:Ethnic Writing between the Wars,ed. William Boelhower (1990);The New England Quarterly61 (1988);Polish-Anglo Saxon Studies34 (1992);The Polish Review36 (1991); andStudies in American Jewish Literature5 (1986).< previous pagepage_ivnext page >< previous pagepage_vnext page >Page vTo Rita, who read and listened and shared< previous pagepage_vnext page >< previous pagepage_viinext page >Page viiCONTENTSAcknowledgmentsIntroductionPart IPolish SelvesAmerican Perspectives1.Princes and Patriots: Nineteenth-Century Writers and the Polish Beau Ideal2.From Deviancy to Diversity and Beyond: Inventing the Polish Literary Self, 188019303.The Immigrant on the Land4.Proletariat and Protester5.World War II and After: Strangers and Other Neighbors6.Descent and Dissent: Major Writers and Turf Warfare7.The Gates of Heaven and the Pains of Hell: Jewish American Writers and Memories of PolandPart IIAmerican SelvesEthnic Perspectives8.Reconstructing Ethnicity: The View from the Inside9.Home as Found10.Homeward BoundConclusionBibliographyix111336581111136177223244263285289 [ Pobierz całość w formacie PDF ]