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From warm center to ragged edge

Jon Lauck

From warm center to ragged edge

the erosion of midwestern literary and historical regionalism, 1920-1965

by Jon Lauck

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American literature,
  • History and criticism,
  • Literature and history,
  • In literature,
  • Intellectual life

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 111-246) and index.

    StatementJon K. Lauck
    SeriesIowa and the midwest experience, Iowa and the Midwest experience
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS273 .L38 2017
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 252 pages
    Number of Pages252
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26929241M
    ISBN 101609384962
    ISBN 109781609384968
    LC Control Number2016040307
    OCLC/WorldCa960718006

      And while Lauck argues that a new Midwestern history must make room for previously ignored voices, notably African-Americans and Latinos, he . Bloggat om From Warm Center to Ragged Edge Övrig information Jon K. Lauck is the founding president of the Midwestern History Association, the associate editor and book review editor of the Middle West Review, and an adjunct professor of history .

    The Center at Ragged Edge, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. 1, likes 8 talking about this 1, were here. Achieve greater health and flexibility by attending one of our many YOGA classes. Massage. In the apt language of Minnesota's F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Midwest slid from being the "warm center" of the republic to its "ragged edge." This book explains the factors that triggered the demise of the Midwest's regionalist energies, from anti-midwestern machinations in the literary world and the inability of midwestern writers to break.

    Interview with Jon Lauck, Author of From Warm Center to Ragged Edge, Part II Editor's Note This is the second part of my interview with Jon Lauck, the primary force behind a resurgence in the study of Midwestern history and culture. From Warm Center to Ragged Edge documents three steps in the way the cultures of the Midwest and the Northeast diverged and grew more antagonistic to one another. The first step that Lauck retraces was the so-called “Revolt from the Village,” an artificial mashing together by New York-based critics of a number of Midwestern novelists and.


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From Warm Center to Ragged Edge: The Erosion of Midwestern Literary and Historical Regionalism, (Iowa and the Midwest Experience) Paperback – June 1, by Jon K. Lauck (Author) out of 5 stars 14 ratings See all formats and editionsCited by: 3.

“ this is an important book and these days, especially, deserves to be read and debated.”—Michael Dirda “ From Warm Center to Ragged Edge is a long overdue defense and celebration of midwestern literature, culture, and history against the starchy criticism of eastern elites. From Warm Center to Ragged Edge book.

Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. During the half-century after the Civil War, intelle 4/5. The Paperback of the From Warm Center to Ragged Edge: The Erosion of Midwestern Literary and Historical Regionalism, by Jon K. Lauck at Barnes Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

Thank you for your patience. Book AnnexMembershipEducatorsGift CardsStores & Pages: From Warm Center to Ragged Edge. Book Description: During the half-century after the Civil War, intellectuals and politicians assumed the Midwest to be the font and heart of American culture.

Despite the persistence of strong currents of midwestern regionalism during the s and s, the region went into eclipse during the post-World War II. Despite the persistence of strong currents of midwestern regionalism during the s and s, the region went into eclipse during the post–World War II era.

In the apt language of Minnesota’s F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Midwest slid from being the “warm center” of the republic to its “ragged edge.”Cited by: 3. From warm center to ragged edge: the erosion of midwestern literary and historical regionalism, / Jon K.

Lauck. Format Book Published Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, [] Description xii, pages ; 24 cm. Uniform series Iowa and the Midwest experience. Notes.

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From Warm Center to Ragged Edge: The Erosion of Midwestern Literary and Historical Regionalism, [Jon K. Lauck]. During the half-century after the Civil War, intellectuals and politicians assumed the Midwest to be the font and heart of Ameri. FROM WARM CENTER TO RAGGED EDGE.

The Erosion of Midwestern Literary and Historical Regionalism, “not as distant echoes from the ragged edge, but in the form of rooted voices from the solid center of the nation.” At its core, this work is a timely appeal for a reconsideration of unrestrained cosmopolitanism and a compelling.

Jon Lauck talked about his book, From Warm Center to Ragged Edge, about the factors that lead to a migration of cultural energy from middle America towards the coastal urban states.

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Lauck (Iowa, pp., $)Author: James Matthew Wilson. From Warm Center to Ragged Edge is a thorough and well-documented book, with almost as many pages of notes as pages of narrative. I think, however, that the. Get this from a library! From warm center to ragged edge: the erosion of midwestern literary and historical regionalism, [Jon Lauck] -- "During the half-century after the Civil War, intellectuals and politicians assumed the Midwest to be the font and heart of American culture.

Despite the persistence of strong currents of midwestern.Cheap Textbook Rental for FROM WARM CENTER TO RAGGED EDGE by LAUCK 17Save up to 90% and get free return shipping. Order today for the cheapest textbook prices.But From Warm Center to Ragged Edge is not merely a tightly constructed chronicle of the contributions of scholars, writers, and historians from the Midwest.

It’s a manifesto against the common.