Hopewell Review 1993
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📒Hopewell Review 1993 ✍ Michael Wilkerson
✏Hopewell Review 1993 Book Summary : "A marvelous showcase for these Indiana treasures." —Sara Sanderson, The Indianapolis News
✏Hopewell Review Book Summary : New work by Indiana's best writers.
📒China Review 1993 ✍ Joseph Cheng Yu-shek
✏China Review 1993 Book Summary :
📒The Muse Of Abandonment ✍ Lee Upton
✏The Muse of Abandonment Book Summary : The Muse of Abandonment examines personal and cultural forms of abandonment in the poetry of Charles Wright, Russell Edson, Jean Valentine, James Tate, and Louise Gluck. These poets register the tremors of the post-modern exhaustion of universals and a conflicted desire for authenticating presences. The first book to study these poets as members of a generation, The Muse of Abandonment analyses the poets' recasting of confessional and surrealistic legacies and discusses their reflections on coercion of thought and behavior, and an atmosphere in contemporary culture that would trivialize private sensibility.
📒Contemporary African American Novelists ✍ Emmanuel Sampath Nelson
✏Contemporary African American Novelists Book Summary : During the last two decades, African American writers have emerged as a distinct and dominant force in world literature. This reference book offers lively, concise, and current information about the lives and imaginative works of 79 contemporary African American novelists. Each of the alphabetically arranged entries begins with a biographical sketch of the author, offers a judicious critical assessment of the author's major works, provides a representative sample of the critical responses the author's books have elicited, and concludes with a selected bibliography that lists the author's publications as well as useful secondary material. Included are entries for major figures, such as Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, James Baldwin, and Ralph Ellison, but many noteworthy young writers also receive the attention they deserve. Forty-one of the 79 writers discussed are women, and roughly a dozen of the novelists have identified themselves as gay, lesbian, or bisexual. Intended for students and advanced scholars alike, the volume is sophisticated yet accessible to a wide audience.
📒Gathering Hopewell ✍ Christopher Carr
✏Gathering Hopewell Book Summary : Among the most socially and personally vocal archaeological remains on the North American continent are the massive and often complexly designed earthen architecture of Hopewellian peoples of two thousand years ago, their elaborately embellished works of art made of glistening metals and stones from faraway places, and their highly formalized mortuaries. In this book, twenty-one researchers in interwoven efforts immerse themselves and the reader in this vibrant archaeological record in order to richly reconstruct the societies, rituals, and ritual interactions of Hopewellian peoples. By finding the faces, actions, and motivations of Hopewellian peoples as individuals who constructed knowable social roles, the authors explore, in a personalized and locally contextualized manner, the details of Hopewellian life: leadership, its sacred and secular power bases, recruitment, and formalization over time; systems of social ranking and prestige; animal-totemic clan organization, kinship structures, and sodalities; gender roles, prestige, work load, and health; community organization in its tri-scalar residential, symbolic, and demographic forms; intercommunity alliances and changes in their strategies and expanses over time; and interregional travels for power questing, pilgrimage, healing, tutelage, and acquiring ritual knowledge. This book is useful to scholars, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates interested in the workings and development of social complexity at local and interregional scales, recent theoretical developments in the anthropology of the topics listed above, the prehistory of eastern North America, its history of intellectual development, and Native American ritual, symbolism, and belief.
📒Novel Short Story Writer S Market ✍ Robin Gee
✏Novel Short Story Writer s Market Book Summary : Lists addresses and information on contacts, pay rates, and submission requirements, and includes essays on the craft of writing
📒1994 Novel Short Story Writer S Market ✍ Robin Gee
✏1994 Novel Short Story Writer s Market Book Summary : Lists addresses and information on contacts, pay rates, and submission requirements, and includes essays on the craft of writing
📒Novel And Short Story Writer S Market 1993 ✍ Robin Gee
✏Novel and Short Story Writer s Market 1993 Book Summary : Fiction writers turn to this guide each year for marketing information on 1,900 fiction publishers. Helpful articles and interviews with professional writers make this book essential for novel and short story writers.
✏Far Eastern Economic Review Book Summary :