Michigan In Literature

Author by : Clarence A. Andrews
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Publisher by : Wayne State University Press
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Description : Michigan in Literature is a guide to more than one thousand literary and dramatic works set in Michigan from its pre-territorial days to the present. Imaginative, narrative, dramatic, and lyrical creations that have Michigan settings, characters, subjects, and themes are organized into sixteen chapters on topics such as Indians in Michigan, settlers who came to Michigan, diversity in the state, the timber industry, the Great Lakes, crime in Michigan literature, Detroit, and Michigan poetry. In this most complete work to date, Clarence Andrews has assembled the literary reputation of a state. He illustrates, with a wide variety of literary works, that Michigan is more than just a builder of automobiles, a producer of apples and cherries, a supplier of copper and lumber, and the home of great athletes. It is also a state that has played—and continues to play—an important role in the production of American literature. To qualify for inclusion, a work or a significant part of it has to be set in Michigan. Andrews shows how novelists, dramatists, poets, and short story writers have created their particular images of Michigan by using and interpreting the history of the state—its land and waters, people, events, ideas, philosophies, and policies—sometimes factually, sometimes modified or distorted, and sometimes fancied or imagined. Biographical information is featured about authors, editors, and compilers, who range in fame from Ernest Hemingway and Elmore Leonard to persons long forgotten. The published opinions and judgments of reputable critics and scholars are also presented.


The University Of Michigan An Encyclopedic Survey Pt 3 College Of Literature Science And The Arts I Pt 4 College Of Literature Science And The Arts Ii Summer Session Pt 5 Medical School University Hospital Law School

Author by : University of Michigan
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Publisher by : UM Libraries
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Publications

Author by : University of Michigan
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Literary Michigan

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New Literary Papyri From The Michigan Collection

Author by : Cassandra Borges
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Publisher by : University of Michigan Press
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Description : Three new fragments from amongst the oldest Greek papyri


Lsamagazine

Author by : University of Michigan. College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Languange : en
Publisher by : UM Libraries
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Ghost Writers

Author by : Keith Taylor
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Description : Tales of the ghostly and supernatural by some of Michigan's finest fiction writers.


Michigan Prentice Hall Literature

Author by : Kevin Feldman
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Publisher by : Prentice Hall
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Curriculum In Social Work

Author by : University of Michigan. College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
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Michigan Literary Luminaries

Author by : Anna Clark
Languange : en
Publisher by : Arcadia Publishing
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Description : Discover the novelists, poets, and others who are part of this Midwestern state’s rich literary tradition. From Ernest Hemingway’s rural adventures to the gritty fiction of Joyce Carol Oates, the landscape of the “Third Coast” has inspired generations of the nation’s greatest storytellers. Michigan Literary Luminaries shines a spotlight on this rich heritage of the Great Lakes State. Discover how Saginaw greenhouses shaped the life of Pulitzer Prize–winning writer Theodore Roethke. Compare the common traits of Detroit crime writers like Elmore Leonard and Donald Goines. Learn how Dudley Randall revolutionized American literature by doing for poets what Motown Records did for musicians, and more. With a mixture of history, criticism, and original reporting, journalist Anna Clark takes us on a surprising literary tour.