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Author Arac, Jonathan
Title Huckleberry Finn As Idol and Target : The Functions of Criticism in Our Time
Imprint Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, 1997
©1997
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Descript 1 online resource (265 pages)
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Series Wisconsin Project on American Writers Ser
Wisconsin Project on American Writers Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- 1. Huckleberry Finn as Idol and Target -- 2. All Right, Then, I'll Go to Hell: Historical Contexts for Chapter 31 -- 3. Forty Years of Controversy, 1957-1996 -- 4. Uncle Tom's Cabin vs. Huckleberry Finn: The Historians and the Critics -- 5. Lionel Trilling: The Key Text in Context -- 6. Nationalism and Hypercanonization -- 7. Vernacular and Nationality: Comparative Contexts for Chapter 19 -- 8. Nation, Race, and Beyond -- Coda: The Memories of Huckleberry Finn -- Acknowledgments -- Works Cited -- Index
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Link Print version: Arac, Jonathan Huckleberry Finn As Idol and Target : The Functions of Criticism in Our Time Madison : University of Wisconsin Press,c1997 9780299155346
Subject Twain, Mark, -- 1835-1910. -- Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.;Junior high school students -- Books and reading -- United States.;National characteristics, American, in literature.;American fiction -- Study and teaching (Secondary);Literature and society -- United States -- History.;Finn, Huckleberry (Fictitious character);African Americans in literature
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