Alternative Literary Publishing: Five Modern Histories ebook
by Sally Dennison
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Sally Dennison, Alternative Literary Publishing: Five Modern Histories (University of Iowa Press, 1984) p. 73. Google Scholar. Eileen Traub, ‘The Early Years of the Hogarth Press’, American Book Collector, vol. 7, October 1986, pp. 32–6. Mepham J. (1991) 1916–21: A Press of One’s Own. In: Virginia Woolf. Palgrave Macmillan, London.
January 1985 · MFS Modern Fiction Studies. The achievement of Sally Dennison's (Alternative) Literary Publishing exists precisely in its exploration of one major branch of literary publication in the twentieth century-the small press as the handmaiden of great writing. Her (alternative) publishing includes self-publication, little magazines, readings, university presses, etc. Dennison's accomplishment lies not in the study of the small press phenomenon or even of her five featured writers-Eliot, Woolf, Joyce, Nin, Nabokov.
A valuable addition to the burgeoning field of the history of the book. Alice Fahs, Journal of American History. This study of some of the central questions in literary publishing in ry Britain and North America is addressed through examination of the unusually rich archive of one of the preeminent literary publishers of the time.
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Discusses the difficulties five 20th century authors faced in publishing their books. Alternative Literary Publishing : Five Modern Histories. Includes such famous authors as . Select Format: Hardcover. Select Condition: Like New.
Alternative literature (or alt-lit) is a literary movement strongly influenced by internet culture and online publishing. It includes various forms of prose, poetry, and new media. Alt-lit is characterized by self-publication and a presence on social media networks. Alternative literature brings together people with a common interest in the online publishing world.
Distinguished literary critic Harold Bloom recommends the books that most . Those are the five books. Four of them are by personal friends, and one is by someone I corresponded with.
Distinguished literary critic Harold Bloom recommends the books that most influenced hi. I do not give in to political considerations, however they mask themselves. The personal element may have enhanced their influence on me, but I very strongly recommend all five books, not just to whatever real students we still have of literature (and indeed of the other arts) but to common readers who wish to be more deeply educated. You’ve observed that, with a few exceptions, criticism has a short shelf life.