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Description : This case study in cultural mythmaking shows how antebellum Alabama created itself out of its own printed texts, from treatises on law and history to satire, poetry, and domestic novels. Early 19th-century Alabama was a society still in the making. Now Philip Beidler tells how the first books written and published in the state influenced the formation of Alabama's literary and political culture. As Beidler shows, virtually overnight early Alabama found itself in possession of the social, political, and economic conditions required to jump start a traditional literary culture in the old Anglo-European model: property-based class relationships, large concentrations of personal wealth, and prof

ISBN 9780817386405 First Books

ISBN: 9780817386405
EAN-13: 9 780817 386405
ISBN-10, Asin and Amazon's sku: 0817386405
Gtin13: 9780817386405
Gtin: 09780817386405
price data : $19.99





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EAN-13: 9 780817 386405
ISBN-10 , Asin and Amazon's sku: 0817386405
Gtin: 09780817386405