The Resource Years of protest; : a collection of American writings of the 1930's,, edited by Jack Salzman. Barry Wallenstein, assistant editor

Years of protest; : a collection of American writings of the 1930's,, edited by Jack Salzman. Barry Wallenstein, assistant editor

Label
Years of protest; : a collection of American writings of the 1930's,
Title
Years of protest;
Title remainder
a collection of American writings of the 1930's,
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jack Salzman. Barry Wallenstein, assistant editor
Creator
Contributor
Compiler
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Salzman, Jack
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • facsimiles
Index
no index present
LC call number
  • PZ1.S14958
  • PS536
LC item number
.F671
Literary form
fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Wallenstein, Barry
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American fiction
  • Roman américain
  • American fiction
  • Literatur
  • USA
Label
Years of protest; : a collection of American writings of the 1930's,, edited by Jack Salzman. Barry Wallenstein, assistant editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 447-448
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
No one has starved. In a coffee pot / by Alfred Hayes -- The hard winter / by Jack Conroy -- From Union Square / by Albert Halper -- The happiest man on earth / by Albert Maltz -- School for bums / by Mary Heaton Vorse -- From Waiting for nothing / by Tom Kromer -- Masses of men / by Erskine Caldwell -- Cows and horses are hungry / by Meridel Le Sueur -- Dubious battle in California / by John Steinbeck -- Talking Dust Bowl / by Woody Guthrie -- I ain't got no home / by Woody Guthrie -- From Let us now praise famous men / by James Agee -- A lack of confidence. Harlan : working under the gun / by John Dos Passos -- Which side are you on? / by Florence Reece -- A union meeting / by Sherwood Anderson -- From Pins and needles / by Harold Rome -- From The land of plenty / by Robert Cantwell -- From To make my bread / by Grace Lumpkin -- The earth does move / by Josephine Herbst -- The strike / by Tillie Lerner -- Cops are funny people-- if at all / by Robert Forsythe -- Communists and cops / by Edmund Wilson -- Waiting for Lefty / by Clifford Odets -- Let us have madness. Denouement / by Kenneth Fearing -- The unknown soldier / by William March -- Dispatch from Spain / by Ernest Hemingway -- Dispatch from Spain / by Herbert L. Matthews -- Say that we saw Spain die / by Edna St. Vincent Millay -- Litany for dictatorships / by Stephen Vincent Benét -- From You can't go home again / by Thomas Wolfe -- From Those who perish / by Edward Dahlberg -- From Jefferson and/or Mussolini / by Ezra Pound -- September 1, 1939 / by W.H. Auden -- The social muse. Michael Gold and the genteel spirit. Wilder : prophet of the genteel Christ / by Michael Gold -- Archibald MacLeish and the social muse. Invocation to the social muse / by Archibald MacLeish -- The social muse replies : letters to The new republic / by Allen Tate [and others] -- The writer on middle ground. Turmoil in the middle ground / by Stanley Burnshaw -- Mr. Burnshaw and the statue / by Wallace Stevens -- On southern culture. The bankruptcy of southern culture / by V.F. Calverton -- The South is a bulwark / by John Crowe Ransom -- James T. Farrell and the literary left. From A note on literary criticism / by James T. Farrell -- Sectarianism on the right / by Isidor Schneider -- In defense of James Farrell / by Granville Hicks -- Rebuttal / by James T. Farrell -- Was "Partisan" too partisan? The temptation of Dr. Williams / by the editors of Partisan review -- Partisan review / by Malcolm Cowley -- A letter to The new republic / by the editors of Partisan review -- Red ivory tower / by Malcolm Cowley -- A world to win. Cow / by Ben Field -- Did God make bedbugs? / by Michael Gold -- Can you hear their voices? / by Whittaker Chambers -- A place to lie down / by Nelson Algren -- I have seen black hands / by Richard Wright -- Four poems / by Joseph Freeman -- What the thunder said : a fire sermon / by Sol Funaroff -- New York, Cassandra / by Horace Gregory -- Four martyrs. Joe Hill listens to the praying / by Kenneth Patchen -- Stone face / by Lola Ridge -- August 22, 1927 / by David Wolff -- The trial / by Muriel Rukeyser -- A blazing sun. Peace! It's wonderful! / by Henry Miller -- Two speeches / by E.E. Cummings -- Night without sleep / by Robinson Jeffers -- The dawn of another day / by William Carlos Williams -- Aspirin is a member of the N.R.A. / by William Saroyan -- Miss Lonelyhearts and the dead pan / by Nathanael West -- Pioneers! O pioneers! / by Daniel Fuchs -- From Call it sleep / by Henry Roth
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
448 pages
Lccn
67013489
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimiles
System control number
  • (OCoLC)01370402
  • (OCoLC)ocm01370402
Label
Years of protest; : a collection of American writings of the 1930's,, edited by Jack Salzman. Barry Wallenstein, assistant editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 447-448
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
No one has starved. In a coffee pot / by Alfred Hayes -- The hard winter / by Jack Conroy -- From Union Square / by Albert Halper -- The happiest man on earth / by Albert Maltz -- School for bums / by Mary Heaton Vorse -- From Waiting for nothing / by Tom Kromer -- Masses of men / by Erskine Caldwell -- Cows and horses are hungry / by Meridel Le Sueur -- Dubious battle in California / by John Steinbeck -- Talking Dust Bowl / by Woody Guthrie -- I ain't got no home / by Woody Guthrie -- From Let us now praise famous men / by James Agee -- A lack of confidence. Harlan : working under the gun / by John Dos Passos -- Which side are you on? / by Florence Reece -- A union meeting / by Sherwood Anderson -- From Pins and needles / by Harold Rome -- From The land of plenty / by Robert Cantwell -- From To make my bread / by Grace Lumpkin -- The earth does move / by Josephine Herbst -- The strike / by Tillie Lerner -- Cops are funny people-- if at all / by Robert Forsythe -- Communists and cops / by Edmund Wilson -- Waiting for Lefty / by Clifford Odets -- Let us have madness. Denouement / by Kenneth Fearing -- The unknown soldier / by William March -- Dispatch from Spain / by Ernest Hemingway -- Dispatch from Spain / by Herbert L. Matthews -- Say that we saw Spain die / by Edna St. Vincent Millay -- Litany for dictatorships / by Stephen Vincent Benét -- From You can't go home again / by Thomas Wolfe -- From Those who perish / by Edward Dahlberg -- From Jefferson and/or Mussolini / by Ezra Pound -- September 1, 1939 / by W.H. Auden -- The social muse. Michael Gold and the genteel spirit. Wilder : prophet of the genteel Christ / by Michael Gold -- Archibald MacLeish and the social muse. Invocation to the social muse / by Archibald MacLeish -- The social muse replies : letters to The new republic / by Allen Tate [and others] -- The writer on middle ground. Turmoil in the middle ground / by Stanley Burnshaw -- Mr. Burnshaw and the statue / by Wallace Stevens -- On southern culture. The bankruptcy of southern culture / by V.F. Calverton -- The South is a bulwark / by John Crowe Ransom -- James T. Farrell and the literary left. From A note on literary criticism / by James T. Farrell -- Sectarianism on the right / by Isidor Schneider -- In defense of James Farrell / by Granville Hicks -- Rebuttal / by James T. Farrell -- Was "Partisan" too partisan? The temptation of Dr. Williams / by the editors of Partisan review -- Partisan review / by Malcolm Cowley -- A letter to The new republic / by the editors of Partisan review -- Red ivory tower / by Malcolm Cowley -- A world to win. Cow / by Ben Field -- Did God make bedbugs? / by Michael Gold -- Can you hear their voices? / by Whittaker Chambers -- A place to lie down / by Nelson Algren -- I have seen black hands / by Richard Wright -- Four poems / by Joseph Freeman -- What the thunder said : a fire sermon / by Sol Funaroff -- New York, Cassandra / by Horace Gregory -- Four martyrs. Joe Hill listens to the praying / by Kenneth Patchen -- Stone face / by Lola Ridge -- August 22, 1927 / by David Wolff -- The trial / by Muriel Rukeyser -- A blazing sun. Peace! It's wonderful! / by Henry Miller -- Two speeches / by E.E. Cummings -- Night without sleep / by Robinson Jeffers -- The dawn of another day / by William Carlos Williams -- Aspirin is a member of the N.R.A. / by William Saroyan -- Miss Lonelyhearts and the dead pan / by Nathanael West -- Pioneers! O pioneers! / by Daniel Fuchs -- From Call it sleep / by Henry Roth
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
448 pages
Lccn
67013489
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimiles
System control number
  • (OCoLC)01370402
  • (OCoLC)ocm01370402

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