American Cultural Icons. The Production of representative Lives. ZAA-Monograph Series Bd. 11 - 2010 € 49,80

ISBN: 978-3-8260-4421-2
Autor: Leypoldt Günter, Engler Bernd (Hrsg.)
Band Nr: 11
Year of publication: 2010
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ISBN: 978-3-8260-4421-2
Series Nr: ZAAM
Band Nr: 11
Year of publication: 2010
Pagenumbers: 508
Language: deutsch
Short description: G. Leypoldt: Introduction – A. Literary and Cultural Icons – C. Spahr: Fashioned Saints: Anne Bradstreet’s Literary Genealogy – B. Engler: American Literary Nationalism and the Cultural Politics of ‘De-Nationalizing’ Shakespeare – A. Alliston / P. Schirmeister: From the Popular to the Exemplary: James Fenimore Cooper’s Reception at Home and Abroad – R. S. Levine: Frederick Douglass’s Iconic “Little Book” – K. Benesch: Where I Lived, and What I Lived For? Thoreau’s Platial Iconicity – D. Schulz: Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Infi del as National Saint – W. Grünzweig: The Iconic Whitman: Americanness and the Global Culture – M. A. Snyder-Körber: Sexual/Textual Iconicity: From Henry James to Master, Queer, and Other Jameses – I. Klaiber: Making Black Icons: Pauline E. Hopkins’ “Famous Men of the Negro Race” – G. Hurm: Acting Authentic: James Dean, Rebellion, and Post- War Negotiations of an American Icon – N. Gernalzick: ‘Iconizing’ – Madonna Ciccone and Performance Art – S. Duda: Andy Warhol – Sequences of an Icon – P. Löffl er: The Trouble with Ethnicity: Iconizing the “Negro” Artist Miles Davis – B. Political Icons and Founder Figures – R. Bauer: Squanto: The Indian Orphan and the Mythology of American Beginnings – J. Stievermann: Lavish Images of Victimry: Terrence Malick’s The New World and the Pocahontas-Iconography – K. Fitz: The Personifi cation of the Minuteman: George Washington and Israel Putnam as Iconic Yeoman Farmers/Minutemen in the Antebellum U.S. – F. Obenland: Napoleon in America: Political Iconicity in the Early Republic – O. Scheiding: he Indian Chief as Federalist Icon: Washington Irving’s Refi gurations of Philip of Pokanoket – K. Müller: Abraham Lincoln: The Emergence, Appropriation, and Contestation of an American Icon – A. Franke: The Janus-Faced Iconography of Billy the Kid – D. S. Reynolds: Oliver Cromwell as an American Cultural Icon: Transcendentalism, John Brown, and the Civil War – M. Fritsch: Of Martyrs, Meteors, and the Millennium: John Brown’s Iconicity in Nineteenth-Century America – W. Fluck: The Fallen Hero: John F. Kennedy in Cultural Perspective Der Herausgeber Günter Leypoldt ist Prof. für Anglistik an der Universität Heidelberg.

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