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eBook A Cultural Encyclopedia of the 1850s in America download ISBN: 0313285241
Author: Robert L. Gale
Publisher: Greenwood (October 30, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 504
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ROBERT L. GALE is Emeritus Professor of American Literature at the University of Pittsburgh. He is the author of many books and articles on a range of American literary and cultural figures, including Francis Parkman, John Hay, Richard Henry Dana, J. Mark Twain, Edgar Allan Poe, Herman Melville, Thomas Crawford, Matt Braun, Luke Short, Will Henry, and Louis L'Amour. He has published two previous reference books with Greenwood Press, A Henry James Encyclopedia (1989) and A Nathaniel Hawthorne Encyclopedia (1991). Библиографические данные. The Gay Nineties in America: A Cultural Dictionary.

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This encyclopedia is a comprehensive guide to Melville's rich and complex literary career. The volume includes several hundred alphabetically arranged entries for all of Melville's works and characters, and for his family members, friends, and acquaintances. Entries on the most important topics include bibliographies. ROBERT L. GALE is Professor Emeritus of American Literature at the University of Pittsburgh. e His other books include A Henry James Encyclopedia (1989), A Nathaniel Hawthorne Encyclopedia (1991), The Gay Nineties in America: A Cultural Dictionary of the 1890s (1992), and A Cultural Encyclopedia of the 1850s in America (1993), all published. GALE is Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Pittsburgh. More books by Robert L. Gale.

The 1850s were a particularly fruitful and eventful period in American history, a time of unrest and preparation for change. This reference work provides a thorough record of the cultural happenings in America during that period. The volume is divided into several sections. It begins with a chronology that presents the events of the 1850s in capsule form year by year. A list of entries follows. The encyclopedia that comes after the list of entries contains brief, alphabetically arranged articles for performers, military personnel, theologians, composers, critics, educators, explorers, historians, industrialists, inventors, authors, artists, physicians, scientists, sculptors, and numerous events and creative works. A bibliography, divided into topical sections, directs the reader to the best sources of additional information. An appendix lists the biographical entries according to professional categories, and a detailed index adds to the usefulness of the volume.