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Book Title : The Publishers Weekly
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Release Date : 1878
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ISBN : UOM:39015019094666
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Book Title : Publishers Weekly
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Release Date : 1956
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ISBN : UOM:39015033554984
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Book Title : Publishers Weekly
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Release Date : 1873
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ISBN : BSB:BSB11044481
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Book Title : Publishers Weekly
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Release Date : 1936
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ISBN : UOM:39015033544415
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Book Title : The Publisher s Weekly American Book Trade Journal
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Release Date : 1884
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ISBN : OXFORD:555031912
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Book Title : Publisher s Weekly 1995 magazine
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Release Date : 1995
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ISBN : OCLC:460103455
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Book Title : Summer Reading 1923
Author : The Publishers' Weekly
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Release Date : 1923
Pages : 91
ISBN : OCLC:1119732936
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Book Title : What Would Jesus Read
Author : Erin A. Smith
Publisher : UNC Press Books
Release Date : 2015-04-13
Pages : 410
ISBN : 9781469621333
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Since the late nineteenth century, religiously themed books in America have been commercially popular yet scorned by critics. Working at the intersection of literary history, lived religion, and consumer culture, Erin A. Smith considers the largely unexplored world of popular religious books, examining the apparent tension between economic and religious imperatives for authors, publishers, and readers. Smith argues that this literature served as a form of extra-ecclesiastical ministry and credits the popularity and longevity of religious books to their day-to-day usefulness rather than their theological correctness or aesthetic quality. Drawing on publishers' records, letters by readers to authors, promotional materials, and interviews with contemporary religious-reading groups, Smith offers a comprehensive study that finds surprising overlap across the religious spectrum--Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish, liberal and conservative. Smith tells the story of how authors, publishers, and readers reconciled these books' dual function as best-selling consumer goods and spiritually edifying literature. What Would Jesus Read? will be of interest to literary and cultural historians, students in the field of print culture, and scholars of religious studies.

Book Title : Minders of Make believe
Author : Leonard C. Marcus
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release Date : 2008
Pages : 402
ISBN : 0395674077
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Examines the dramatic changes that occurred in children's literature during the twentieth century, the growth and impact of major publishing houses, the influence of key publishing figures, and the contributions of pioneering editors, educators, and librarians.

Book Title : Cather Studies Volume 12
Author : Cather Cather Studies
Publisher : U of Nebraska Press
Release Date : 2020
Pages : 240
ISBN : 9781496219220
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Over the five decades of her writing career Willa Cather responded to, and entered into dialogue with, shifts in the terrain of American life. These cultural encounters informed her work as much as the historical past in which much of her writing is based. Cather was a multifaceted cultural critic, immersing herself in the arts, broadly defined: theater and opera, art, narrative, craft production. Willa Cather and the Arts shows that Cather repeatedly engaged with multiple forms of art, and that even when writing about the past she was often addressing contemporary questions. The essays in this volume are informed by new modes of contextualization, including the increasingly popular view of Cather as a pivotal or transitional figure working between and across very different cultural periods and by the recent publication of Cather's correspondence. The collection begins by exploring the ways Cather encountered and represented high and low cultures, including Cather's use of "racialized vernacular" in Sapphira and the Slave Girl. The next set of essays demonstrates how historical research, often focusing on local features in Cather's fiction, contributes to our understanding of American culture, from musicological sources to the cultural development of Pittsburgh. The final trio of essays highlights current Cather scholarship, including a food studies approach to O Pioneers! and an examination of Cather's use of ancient philosophy in The Professor's House. Together the essays reassess Cather's lifelong encounter with, and interpretation and reimagining of, the arts.