Index to Poetry in Popular Periodicals, 1955-1959 by Jefferson D. Caskey

Index to Poetry in Popular Periodicals, 1955-1959

byJefferson D. Caskey

Hardcover | March 1, 1984

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This index compensates for the loss of bibliographic control that occurred when the Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature decided to discontinue the indexing of poetry and supplements other poetry indexes which did not cover or covered incompletely periodical poetry. The volume contains title, first-line, author, and subject indexes to poems published in forty-four popular and professional periodicals. The title entry gives complete bibliographic information about each poem and entries in the other indexes are cross-referenced by number to it.

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Title:Index to Poetry in Popular Periodicals, 1955-1959Format:HardcoverDimensions:269 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:March 1, 1984Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated

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ISBN - 10:0313222274

ISBN - 13:9780313222276

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?This collection of essays, organized around myth and its impact on genres of popular American fiction, was solicited from the political science community in order to explore how this popular fiction can serve "as a focus of serious political interpretation." Yanarella and Sigelman discuss myth as a common and unifying theme running throughout the collection, and place the study int he larger literary-political context of scholarship, which focuses on literary work of higher aesthetic standards. . . This book contains a wealth of information, is well documented with a useful selected bibliography on myth, popular fiction, and politics, and should be of value to readers ranging from community college students through faculty.?-Choice