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The Resource American literature in parody; : a collection of parody, satire, and literary burlesque of American writers past and present., Illustrated by Burges Green

American literature in parody; : a collection of parody, satire, and literary burlesque of American writers past and present., Illustrated by Burges Green

Label
American literature in parody; : a collection of parody, satire, and literary burlesque of American writers past and present.
Title
American literature in parody;
Title remainder
a collection of parody, satire, and literary burlesque of American writers past and present.
Statement of responsibility
Illustrated by Burges Green
Creator
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1914-1996
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Falk, Robert P.
Dewey number
817.082
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN6231.P3
LC item number
F3
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Parodies
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • Parodies
  • Littérature américaine
  • Satire
Label
American literature in parody; : a collection of parody, satire, and literary burlesque of American writers past and present., Illustrated by Burges Green
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt. 1: Poor Richard in our time -- "Poem for Benjamin Franklin's birthday," / Stoddard King -- "The late Benjamin Franklin," / Mark Twain -- "The shrike and the chipmunks," / James Thurber -- "The patient toiler who got it in the usual place," George Ade -- "Wise saws and modern instances," Ambrose Bierce -- Pt. 2: Leatherstocking in Motley -- "Cooper's defects," / Mark Twain -- "Stilted dialogue," / Mark Twain -- "The broken twig series," / Mark Twain -- "The delicate art of the forest," / Mark Twain -- "Muck-a-muck, a modern Indian novel after Cooper," Bret Harte -- "The stars and stripes," / William Makepeace Thackeray -- "Mr. Copymore Fummer, author of the leather-leg novels refuses an invitation," / S. Kettell -- Pt. 3: The deflowering of New England -- "A garland of Ibids for Van Wyck Brooks," / Frank Sullivan -- "What Hiawatha probably did," / George A. Strong -- "The wooing of Milkanwatha," / Song of Milkanwatha -- "What I think of Hiawatha," / J.W. Morris -- "The metre Columbian," / Anon -- "A psalm of life," / Phoebe Cary -- "The day is done," / Phoebe Cary -- "The case of the village blacksmith," D. B. Wyndham Lewis -- "A literary bombshell," / Mark Twain -- "Mrs. Judge Jenkins," / Bret Harte -- Pt. 4: Transcendental mystics and bluestocking reformers -- "The tone transcendental," / Edgar Allen Poe -- "The retort transcendental," E. B. White -- "The Reverend Moonshine Milkywater," / S. Kettell -- "Moral mutiny in New England," James Russell Lowell -- The mysterious, ambiguous Mr. Melville," / Anon -- "Portrait of a bluestocking," / Henry James -- Mrs. Opal Emerson Mudge and 'the higher illumination,' " / Sinclair Lewis -- "Discord at Concord," / J. K. Bangs -- Pt. 5: The decline and fall of the House of Usher -- "The vulgarity of Poe," / Aldous Huxley -- "A mellow cup of tea, golden tea," / Barry Pain -- "Pills," / Damer Cape -- "Isadore," / Thomas Holly Chivers -- "Humpty-Dumpty, a la Poe," / Thomas Holly Chivers -- "Ravins of piute poet Poe," / C. L. Edison -- "The willows," / Bret Harte -- "A poe-'em of passion," / C. F. Lummis -- "Ulabel Lume," / Barbara Angell -- "A tale of horror by E.A.P.," / Grace Greenwood -- Pt. 6: Grains of sand in leaves of grass -- "Home sweet home with variations," / H. C. Bunner -- "After Walt, Whitman," / Richard Grant White -- "A Whitman waif," / Anon -- "A classic waits for me," / E. B. White -- Pt. 7: A few new turns of the screw -- "In darkest James," / Frank Moore Colby -- "A magnificent but painful hippopotamus," / H. G. Wells -- "The third manner," / William James -- "A limerick by Henry James," / Carolyn Wells -- "The return of the screw," / J. K. Bangs -- "The mote in the middle distance," / Max Beerbohm -- Pt. 8: Tears and laughter: the reading public -- "The circulating library: 1850," / Henry David Thoreau -- "Heavy dr---ayma: 1890," / Stephen Crane -- "How love came to General Grant," / Donald Ogden Stewart -- "The Norris plan," / Corey Ford -- "Hot stuff in the nineties," / Stoddard King -- "A hero of tomato can by B---t H---te," / Frank Norris -- Pt. 9: Vox pop in the forum -- "Independence-day oration," / John Phoenix -- "The senator comes home," / Mark Twain -- "The treasurer's report," / Robert Benchley -- "Salesman of salvation," / Sinclair Lewis -- Pt. 10: Some cults and o-cults in verse -- "If Gray had had to write his elegy in the cemetery of Spoon River instead of in that of Stoke Poges," / J. C. Squire -- "The parodist's impression of the impressionists," / J. C. Squire -- "The futility of thinking," / Witter Bynner and Arthur D. Ficke -- "Liquor, laughter, and limbs," / Witter Bynner and Arthur D. Ficke -- "The grackle and the pear tree," / Margaret Widdemer -- "Carl Sandburg hates the stuff," / Samuel Hoffenstein -- "Homage to Ezra Pound," / Gilbert Highet -- "Einstein among the coffee cups," / Louis Untermeyer -- "The love song of F. Scott Fitzgerald," / John Abbot Clark -- "The moist land," / Samuel Hoffenstein -- "Edgar A. Guest," / Louis Untermeyer -- Pt. 11: The lost (and found) generation -- "The green stone of unrest by S---n Cr---e," / Frank Norris -- "Life is a bowl of Eugene O'Neills," / Frank Sullivan -- "Shad Ampersand, a novel of time and the writer," / Wolcott Gibbs -- "The education of Henry Apley," / Wolcott Gibbs -- "For whom the gong sounds," / Cornelia Otis Skinner -- "Of nothing and the Wolfe," / Clifton Fadiman -- "Requiem for a noun, or intruder in the dusk," - Peter DeVries
Control code
ocm02925253
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
279 pages
Lccn
55001718
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o02925253
  • (OCoLC)02925253
Label
American literature in parody; : a collection of parody, satire, and literary burlesque of American writers past and present., Illustrated by Burges Green
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt. 1: Poor Richard in our time -- "Poem for Benjamin Franklin's birthday," / Stoddard King -- "The late Benjamin Franklin," / Mark Twain -- "The shrike and the chipmunks," / James Thurber -- "The patient toiler who got it in the usual place," George Ade -- "Wise saws and modern instances," Ambrose Bierce -- Pt. 2: Leatherstocking in Motley -- "Cooper's defects," / Mark Twain -- "Stilted dialogue," / Mark Twain -- "The broken twig series," / Mark Twain -- "The delicate art of the forest," / Mark Twain -- "Muck-a-muck, a modern Indian novel after Cooper," Bret Harte -- "The stars and stripes," / William Makepeace Thackeray -- "Mr. Copymore Fummer, author of the leather-leg novels refuses an invitation," / S. Kettell -- Pt. 3: The deflowering of New England -- "A garland of Ibids for Van Wyck Brooks," / Frank Sullivan -- "What Hiawatha probably did," / George A. Strong -- "The wooing of Milkanwatha," / Song of Milkanwatha -- "What I think of Hiawatha," / J.W. Morris -- "The metre Columbian," / Anon -- "A psalm of life," / Phoebe Cary -- "The day is done," / Phoebe Cary -- "The case of the village blacksmith," D. B. Wyndham Lewis -- "A literary bombshell," / Mark Twain -- "Mrs. Judge Jenkins," / Bret Harte -- Pt. 4: Transcendental mystics and bluestocking reformers -- "The tone transcendental," / Edgar Allen Poe -- "The retort transcendental," E. B. White -- "The Reverend Moonshine Milkywater," / S. Kettell -- "Moral mutiny in New England," James Russell Lowell -- The mysterious, ambiguous Mr. Melville," / Anon -- "Portrait of a bluestocking," / Henry James -- Mrs. Opal Emerson Mudge and 'the higher illumination,' " / Sinclair Lewis -- "Discord at Concord," / J. K. Bangs -- Pt. 5: The decline and fall of the House of Usher -- "The vulgarity of Poe," / Aldous Huxley -- "A mellow cup of tea, golden tea," / Barry Pain -- "Pills," / Damer Cape -- "Isadore," / Thomas Holly Chivers -- "Humpty-Dumpty, a la Poe," / Thomas Holly Chivers -- "Ravins of piute poet Poe," / C. L. Edison -- "The willows," / Bret Harte -- "A poe-'em of passion," / C. F. Lummis -- "Ulabel Lume," / Barbara Angell -- "A tale of horror by E.A.P.," / Grace Greenwood -- Pt. 6: Grains of sand in leaves of grass -- "Home sweet home with variations," / H. C. Bunner -- "After Walt, Whitman," / Richard Grant White -- "A Whitman waif," / Anon -- "A classic waits for me," / E. B. White -- Pt. 7: A few new turns of the screw -- "In darkest James," / Frank Moore Colby -- "A magnificent but painful hippopotamus," / H. G. Wells -- "The third manner," / William James -- "A limerick by Henry James," / Carolyn Wells -- "The return of the screw," / J. K. Bangs -- "The mote in the middle distance," / Max Beerbohm -- Pt. 8: Tears and laughter: the reading public -- "The circulating library: 1850," / Henry David Thoreau -- "Heavy dr---ayma: 1890," / Stephen Crane -- "How love came to General Grant," / Donald Ogden Stewart -- "The Norris plan," / Corey Ford -- "Hot stuff in the nineties," / Stoddard King -- "A hero of tomato can by B---t H---te," / Frank Norris -- Pt. 9: Vox pop in the forum -- "Independence-day oration," / John Phoenix -- "The senator comes home," / Mark Twain -- "The treasurer's report," / Robert Benchley -- "Salesman of salvation," / Sinclair Lewis -- Pt. 10: Some cults and o-cults in verse -- "If Gray had had to write his elegy in the cemetery of Spoon River instead of in that of Stoke Poges," / J. C. Squire -- "The parodist's impression of the impressionists," / J. C. Squire -- "The futility of thinking," / Witter Bynner and Arthur D. Ficke -- "Liquor, laughter, and limbs," / Witter Bynner and Arthur D. Ficke -- "The grackle and the pear tree," / Margaret Widdemer -- "Carl Sandburg hates the stuff," / Samuel Hoffenstein -- "Homage to Ezra Pound," / Gilbert Highet -- "Einstein among the coffee cups," / Louis Untermeyer -- "The love song of F. Scott Fitzgerald," / John Abbot Clark -- "The moist land," / Samuel Hoffenstein -- "Edgar A. Guest," / Louis Untermeyer -- Pt. 11: The lost (and found) generation -- "The green stone of unrest by S---n Cr---e," / Frank Norris -- "Life is a bowl of Eugene O'Neills," / Frank Sullivan -- "Shad Ampersand, a novel of time and the writer," / Wolcott Gibbs -- "The education of Henry Apley," / Wolcott Gibbs -- "For whom the gong sounds," / Cornelia Otis Skinner -- "Of nothing and the Wolfe," / Clifton Fadiman -- "Requiem for a noun, or intruder in the dusk," - Peter DeVries
Control code
ocm02925253
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
279 pages
Lccn
55001718
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o02925253
  • (OCoLC)02925253

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