Revolutionary Writers

Author: Emory Elliott
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195364972
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Elliott demonstrates how America's first men of letters--Timothy Dwight, Joel Barlow, Philip Freneau, Hugh Henry Brackenridge, and Charles Brockden Brown--sought to make individual genius in literature express the collective genius of the ...

After Lives

Author: Barbara Harlow
Publisher: Verso
ISBN: 9781859841808
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The stories of their lives and deaths illustrate the causes and circumstances of political assassination and provoke reflection on the wave of self-questioning currently engaging the PLO, the FMLN, and the ANC.

The Writing Revolution

Author: Judith C. Hochman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119364914
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Different Strokes for Different Students: How to Use TWR to Differentiate Your Instruction

Women Writers In Pre Revolutionary France

Author: Colette H. Winn
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780815323679
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Although Nies does not say so more explicitly, it is appropriate to make a
distinction between the epistolaty gente, from which women ate excluded as
much if not more than from other literaty gentes, and the practice of letrer writing
which would have been latgely open to them (or which they seized upon) .
Returning to a distinction I suggested eatlier, we might say that in the
seventeenth century there were practically no women "letrer writers" belonging to
the "epistolaty gente," bur ...

Walking On Water

Author: Derrick Jensen
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing
ISBN: 1603580255
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Walking on Water is a startling and provocative look at teaching, writing, creativity, and life by a writer increasingly recognized for his passionate and articulate critique of modern civilization.

Western Intellectuals And The Soviet Union 1920 40

Author: Ludmila Stern
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134238673
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In November and December 1930, a major writers' congress took place in the
Ukrainian city of Kharkov—the Second International Conference of Revolutionary
Writers. It later became known as the Kharkov Congress and was attended by
134 delegates from thirty-five countries,1 85 per cent of all the literary figures
being Communists. The largest delegation, the German, included the
revolutionary writers Johannes Becher, Ludwig Renn and the Czech-born writer
and journalist Erwin ...

Writing The Black Revolutionary Diva

Author: Kimberly Nichele Brown
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253004705
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Their presence was a testament to the fact that black female writers had more
than solidified their hold on America's publishing forefront.1 Unfortunately, the
occasion was prompted by the negative response of many African Americans to
the 1985 release of director Stephen Spielberg's Hollywood adaptation of Alice
Walker's novel The Color Purple (1982). bell hooks hotly recalls that the black
women writers present were taken to task for their supposedly myopic and
unflattering ...

Rebellious Hearts

Author: Adriana Craciun
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791449691
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Examines the full spectrum of women's participation in the social, economic, religious, and poetic debates surrounding the French Revolution.