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University of Georgia Press - Spring 2011Catalog

University of Georgia Press - Spring 2011Catalog

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Spring 2011 catalog of new, forthcoming, and recently published titles from the University of Georgia Press
Spring 2011 catalog of new, forthcoming, and recently published titles from the University of Georgia Press

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Th uvrst of gora prss Sr& Sr 2011
lta Capta
A Washto Radr
et b Chtoph st
The nation’s capital seen through the eyes of some of our best writers
Washington, D.C., has long been a magnet or writers and an object o interest and ascination to essayists, novelists, and poets.
Literary Capital 
 oers a compelling portrait o the city through the work o seventy authorsranging rom early Americans such as Abigail Adams and WashingtonIrving to contemporaries such as Edward P. Jones and Joan Didion.Arranged by both period and theme, this anthology begins with the ound-ing o Washington in 1800 and extends through the early twenty-rstcentury. In the introduction Christopher Sten explores two broad categorieso prose—historical writing ocused on politics and writing about the livesand times o the people o D.C. with ocial Washington as the setting.Sten also denes a core group o “Washington writers,” native and natural-ized authors who ocus much o their work on the city: Frederick Douglass,Henry Adams, Jean Toomer, John Dos Passos, Gore Vidal, Ward Just, andSusan Richards Shreve, among others.Included are letters, essays, short stories, poems, and excerpts rom novelsand historical writings by a broad selection o such renowned Americanand international authors as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Charles Dickens, Alexisde Tocqueville, Louisa May Alcott, Walt Whitman, Mark Twain, SinclairLewis, Norman Mailer, Mary McCarthy, and Joseph Heller. The readeralso incorporates many writings by well-known Arican American authors,including Booker T. Washington, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Jean Toomer,Sterling A. Brown, Langston Hughes, May Miller, Ralph Ellison, andMarita Golden.
Literary Capital
s rat  coct ad v bttr  xcto.Chrstohr St has skllfll slctd a assortt of th classcad th cotorar, th ltrar ad th rortoral, th ar-catv ad th dcator,  wrts abot lf ad habts Washto. i a far world, ths collcto ht slhtl ras thst of Washto  th blc’s s. i th ral world, t aksfor wodrfl rad.”—Jas Fallows, atoal corrsodt for
The Atlantic
Literary Capital
s a dssabl d to th ltratr, cltr,ad hstor of Washto, D.C. Hr, fall, s a book that catrsth ato’s catal  all ts lor ad tawdrss, rval wh thas lo b a ‘at for wrtrs,’ as Chrstohr St wrts  hssrb trodcto. Wth ts brllat slcto of wrts, t s o ofth vr bst books o th ltratr of a ct.”Joh Staffr, Char of th Hstor of Arca Cvlzato adprofssor of elsh at Harvard uvrst
 
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Lee B. Ewing
Chtoph st
is a proessor o English at George Washington University. He is thecoeditor o 
“Whole Oceans Away”: Melville and the Pacifc 
and author or editor o threeother books. He lives in Washington, D.C.
Also of interest 
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Table of contents and contributors
LiTeRATuRe
I. “This Wilderness City”:Early Impressions (1800–1860)Abigail AdamsChristian HinesWashington Irving George WattersonMargaret Bayard SmithJames Fenimore Cooper Frances TrollopeAlexis de TocquevilleCharles DickensHerman MelvilleII. Eye of the Storm: Race, Slavery,Civil War (1830–1905)Black Hawk John Greenleaf Whittier Ralph Waldo EmersonWilliam Wells BrownSolomon NorthupNathaniel HawthorneLouisa May Alcott Walt WhitmanElizabeth Hobbs Keckley Upton Sinclair III. Vanity Fair: Reconstruction andNational Expansion (1865–1910)Mark TwainCharles Dudley WarneJohn William DeForest Bret HarteFrederick DouglassHenry AdamsFrances Hodgson Burnett Gertrude AthertonBooker T. WashingtonHenry JamesDavid Graham PhillipsIV. City of Hope and Heartbreak:Minority Reports (1880–2000)Anna Cooper Paul Laurence Dunbar Pauline Elizabeth HopkinsMary Church Terrell W. E. B. Du BoisEdward Christopher WilliamsAlain LockeLangston HughesRalph EllisonMario BencastroV. A Capital Town: Private Lives andPublic Views (1920–2010)Sinclair LewisJean Toomer Willa Cather Samuel Hopkins AdamsJohn Dos PassosLouis J. HalleMarita GoldenEdward P. JonesThomas MallonAndrew HolleranVI. Nation’s Crossroads: Poetry and Politics (1920–2010)Langston HughesSterling A. BrownAllen TateArchibald MacLeishElizabeth BishopAllen Ginsberg Denise Levertov May Miller Reed WhittemoreE. Ethelbert Miller 
“All th radrs of
Literary Capital
wll b dbtd to Chrstohr Stfor th f ad ov collcto of ‘Washto wrt’ h has ath-rd hr. it s fll of falar ad srrs trs that offr a oodx of atoal ad local sbjcts ad ots of vw—for, atv,owr hold, owr sk, ad th dsowrd.
Literary Capital
 catrs th ‘stor’ that aks Washto so trst as a lac.”Sarah Lra, athor of
Capital Speculations: Writing and BuildingWashington, D.C.
VII. Imperial Washington: Power,Corruption, Crisis (1950–2000)Allen Drury Gore Vidal Norman Mailer Ward Just Mary McCarthy Robert Coover Joseph Heller Susan Richards ShreveGeorge P. PelecanosJoan Didion

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