8 edition of George Lippard found in the catalog.
David S. Reynolds
|Statement||by David S. Reynolds.|
|Series||Twayne"s United States authors series ;, TUSAS 417|
|LC Classifications||PS2246.L8 Z86 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||82006051|
Washington and His Generals, “” The Legends of the American Revolution. George Lippard Published posthumously on the occasion of America's centennial celebration, George Lippard's Washington and His Generals, “”. compiles into a single volume his five popular books of Revolutionary-era historical fiction.. The first book, “The Battle-Day of Germantown,” features Author: George Lippard. Summary. One winter evening, around dusk, while he is sitting at the end of a counter and talking to George, the manager of a diner in Summit, Illinois, a small town south of Chicago, Nick Adams watches two over-dressed strangers in black (Al and Max) enter the diner.
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George Lippard was born on Ap , in West Nantmeal Township, in Chester County, Pennsylvania. His father was Daniel B. Lippard. However, he was left in the care of his two aunts and grandfather in Germantown, Philadelphia. One of them is 19th Century Philadelphia writer George Lippard. Not many people have heard of Lippard, unlike the multitudes who have heard of Edgar Allen Poe, who was a close friend of Lippard's. Lippard was born in Chester County, and received a haphazard education in a Methodist seminary at fifteen years old in upstate New York before Author: Thom Nickels.
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George Lippard’s most popular book is The Quaker City: The Monks of Monk Hall. The Quaker City; or, The Monks of Monk Hall is a city mystery novel by Philadelphia writer George Lippard, first published in Plot summary.
The Quaker City describes four main characters during the course of three days and nights. The story is set mostly in a Philadelphia mansion named "Monk Hall", which serves as a private gentlemen's Author: George Lippard. Read George Lippard book Excerpt.
Introduction. Equal parts crime novella and city mystery, The Killers: A Narrative of Real Life in Philadelphia showcases the wide-ranging political interests and formal innovations of its author, Philadelphia writer, labor activist, and reformer George Lippard.
Over the course of a short but prolific career, Lippard () published his own weekly paper, the Quaker City Brand: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc. George Lippard. George Lippard (Apto February 9, ). A wild Romantic journalist and novelist, he gave Philadelphia its sobriquet “The Quaker City.” He also gave it an extremely bad reputation with his best-selling novel of the same name.
About the Book Long neglected, George Lippard () is now recognized as an important figure in American literary and cultural history. In his brief life this volatile Philadelphian became widely known as a novelist, social reformer, lecturer, journalist, and newspaper editor.
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The novel gave me mixed results/5. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. George Lippard (Lippard, George, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Lippard, George, The Bank Director's Son: A Real and Intensely Interesting Revelation of City Life (Philadelphia: E.E.
Barclay and A.R. Orton, ) (multiple formats at ) Lippard, George, Blanche of Brandywine, or, September. "New York: Its Upper Ten and Lower Million" by George Lippard. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to.
George Lippard’s book Legends of Mexico is a sensationalist chronicle of General Zachary Taylor’s victories in the Mexican-American War. The stories first appeared serially in the spring of in two Philadelphia newspapers, Scott’s Weekly and the Saturday Courier, and were published as a book by T.B.
Peterson in August The “old man” with a “broad chest” and “face Brand: Hastings College. The Killers is a sensational urban gothic tale written by the journalist, novelist, and labor activist George Lippard () in It exposes Philadelphia’s class and racial conflicts and its gang warfare, criticizes corruption in government and finance, and lambasts the city’s new experiment in incarceration, the solitary confinement system of Eastern State Penitentiary.
Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reynolds, David S., George Lippard. Boston: Twayne Publishers, © Penned by fiery novelist, labor activist, and reformer George Lippard () and first serialized inThe Killers was the work of a wildly popular writer who outsold Edgar Allan Poe and Nathaniel Hawthorne in his lifetime.
Long out of print, the novella now appears in an edition supplemented with a brief biography of the author, an. George Albert Lippard, Jr. COLUMBIA - Dr. George Albert Lippard, Jr. passed away peacefully on February 9, after a brief illness. Born on J in Charlotte, North Carolina, he was a.
Penned by fiery novelist, labor activist, and reformer George Lippard () and first serialized inThe Killers was the work of a wildly popular writer who outsold Edgar Allan Poe and Nathaniel Hawthorne in his lifetime. Long out of print, the novella now appears in an edition supplemented with a brief biography of the author, an Brand: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.
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George Lippard () published The Quaker City; Or, the Monks of Monk Hall in in serial installments, which were then collated as a novel.
A gothic tale, set in Philadelphia and inspired by a linked pair of real-life urban crimes, the novel juxtaposes a plot centered on greed, amorality, and debauchery against the then-popular stereotype of an idealized Quaker of exemplary morals.
This essay first appeared in the Full Stop Quarterly, Issue # help us continue to pay our writers, please consider subscribing. O ne of America’s most bizarre, talented and overlooked writers was born years ago. His name is George Lippard.
A close friend of Edgar Allan Poe and a central architect of the American Gothic novel, Lippard was a frenetic, restless, brilliant man whose life.
George Lippard The Quaker City is one of the most important popular novels in American history. The fact that it was long forgotten, surviving only as an underground classic, in no way diminishes its significance. Today, with noncanonical literature and "bottom-up" history attracting widespread attention, we have a fresh opportunity to appreciate the many facets of Lippard's powerful.
George Lippard, prophet of protest: writings of an American radical, [George Lippard; David S Reynolds] Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Lippard; David S Reynolds. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes. Legends Of Mexico, By George Lippard. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.
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