22 edition of The gilded age and later novels found in the catalog.
by Library of America, Distributed to the trade in the United States by Penguin Putnam in New York
Written in English
|Other titles||Gilded age., American claimant., Tom Sawyer abroad., Tom Sawyer, detective., Mysterious stranger.|
|Series||The library of America ;|
|LC Classifications||PS1302 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1053 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||1053|
|LC Control Number||2001038053|
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About The Gilded Age. First published in , The Gilded Age is both a biting satire and a revealing portrait of post-Civil War America-an age of corruption when crooked land speculators, ruthless bankers, and dishonest politicians voraciously took advantage of the nation’s peacetime optimism. With his characteristic wit and perception, Mark Twain and his collaborator, Charles Dudley Warner. White discusses a wide variety of aspects of Gilded Age America in The Republic for which It Stands, which is one of the reasons that it is the best book about the Gilded Age. The main topics he focuses on are Gilded Age politics, race relations in the South, railroads and industrialization, capitalists and unions, and Native Americans.
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The other four books were written toward the end of his career (from the 's on). Three of the novels were sequels: "The American Claimant" was itself a successor to "The Gilded Age" as it follows the further misadventures of Colonel Sellers; "Tom Sawyer, Abroad" and Tom Sawyer, Detective" continues the exploits of Tom and Hucklebery by: 2.
The Gilded Age and Later Novels book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand, /5. The Republic for Which It Stands: The United States during Reconstruction and the Gilded Age, (Oxford History of the United States).
Books shelved as gilded-age: The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton, The American Heiress by Daisy Goodwin, Empty Mansions: The Mysterious Life of Huguett. Buy a cheap copy of The Gilded Age and Later Novels: The book by Mark Twain. Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand, Mark Twain once wrote.
In this sixth volume in The Library of America's authoritative collection of his Free shipping over $Cited by: 2. The Gilded Age and Later Novels (Book): Twain, Mark: Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand, Mark Twain once wrote.
In this sixth volume in The Library of America's authoritative collection of his writings-the final volume of his fiction-America's greatest humorist emerges in a surprising range of roles: as the savvy satirist of The Gilded Age, the brilliant plotter of its. Click to read more about The Gilded Age and Later Novels: The Gilded Age / The American Claimant / Tom Sawyer Abroad / Tom Sawyer, Detective / No.
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This is a detailed, well-researched book, and yet there’s something unconvincing about Tanabe’s depiction. It’s as if the psychological complexity of Anita’s situation has Author: Karin Tanabe. American Literature–Gilded Age: From America’s Gilded Age: The Biltmore Mansion was built by George Washington Vanderbilt II between and It is the largest privately owned house in the United States, atsquare feet.
The Gilded Age (), a collaboration with Hartford neighbor Charles Dudley Warner, sends up an age when vast fortunes piled up amid thriving corruption and a city Twain knew well, Washington, D.C., full of would-be power brokers and humbug.
The novel also gives us one of Twain's most enduring characters, Colonel Sellers, Format: Hardcover (New Edition). Overview of the Gilded Age, the period of monopolistic industrial expansion, gross materialism, and blatant political corruption in the U.S.
during the s that gave rise to novels of social and political criticism. The period takes its name from a novel by Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner. In The Gilded Age and Later Novels, the sixth volume in The Library of America’s collection of Twain’s writings, his acute sense of the human comedy is as irrepressible as ever.
These five novels show America’s greatest humorist in a range of moods and styles: satiric, playful, reminiscent, and. Creating a Top Ten List for the Gilded Age/Progressive Era is challenging. There are an extraordinary number of outstanding books on this period.
These books are a selection of our favorites. Most of these books are focused on trying to define this era as whole, instead of focusing on a single issue. The gilded age and later novels. "The Gilded Age () gave its name to an era.
The book originated in a dinner-party challenge: Twain and his Hartford neighbor Charles Dudley Warner, complaining about the low quality of the novels their wives were reading, were asked if they could do better. Get this from a library. The gilded age and later novels.
[Mark Twain; Hamlin Lewis Hill] -- In this sixth volume in The Library of America's authoritative collection of Mark Twain's writing, America's greatest humorist emerges in a surprising range of roles: as the savvy satirist of "The.
Edith Wharton is known in American cultural history primarily as the author of Gilded Age novels that for a century have captivated and entertained readers.
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The Gilded Age (), a collaboration with Hartford neighbor Charles Dudley Warner, sends up an age when vast fortunes piled up amid thriving corruption and a city Twain knew well, Washington, D.C., full of would-be power brokers and : Hardcover.
The Gilded Age began in the United States in the s and ended shortly after the turn of the century. Exact dates are a subject of debate, but to encapsulate the glittering social life of the era, we could begin with American heiress Jenny Jerome’s marriage to Lord Randolph Churchill in and end with the sinking of the Titanic on its maiden voyage in Author: Rosemary Simpson.
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National Book Award nominee Milton Rugoff gives his uniquely revealing view of the Gilded Age in this collective biography of Americans from to Writing on the political spoilsmen, money kings, parvenus, forty-niners, lords of the press, sexual transgressors, and women's rights leaders, Rugoff focuses on thirty-six men and women from /5(3).The Gilded Age: Perspectives on the Origins of Modern America This handy collection of essays provides a nice introduction to various aspects of the Gilded Age.
Written by scholars, the essays are authoritative, but they're written for students—not other academics—and provide the necessary narrative coverage as well as analysis.