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Transnationalism and American serial fiction /

edited by Patricia Okker.

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Names: Okker, Patricia.
Published: New York : Routledge, 2012.
Series: Routledge transnational perspectives on American literature ; 16.
Topics: Serialized fiction - United States - History and criticism. | American fiction - Minority authors - History and criticism. | American fiction - 19th century - History and criticism. | American fiction - 20th century - History and criticism. | Transnationalism in literature. | Minorities in literature.
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505 0 |aIntroduction: the transnational serial / Patricia Okker -- Caught between continents: the local and the transatlantic in the French-language serial fiction of New Orleans' Le courrier de la Louisiane, 1843-1845 / Clint Bruce -- Tracking the first Latino novel: un matrimonio como hay muchos (1849) and transnational serial fiction / Kirsten Silva Gruesz -- Mobility and resistance in antebellum African American serialized fiction / Jean Lee Cole -- Prose pictures of kleindeutschland: German-language local color serials of the late nineteenth century / Peter Conolly-Smith -- Escapism and entertainment: serialized fiction in Swedish-American newspapers / Ulf Jonas Bjork -- "The stimulus of books and tales": Pauline Hopkins's serial novels for the colored American magazine / Rachel Ihara -- Bernardino Ciambelli's misteri di harlem: an example of serialized fiction in the Italian American press / Benedicte Deschamps -- Dream or reality?: Polish American serial fiction during the cultural transition, 1900-1939 / Danuta Romaniuk -- An editor writes for his subscribers: a Norwegian American serialized trilogy, 1919-1922 -- The pregnant bride from Suffolk Street: intraethnic class conflict in a Yiddish serial novel (1931) / Ellen Kellman -- Piecing together a "binocular vision": serial fiction and Chinese American identity in the early Cold War / Wen Jin.
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