Realism for the masses : aesthetics, popular front pluralism, and U.S. culture, 1935-1947 / Chris Vials.
Description: xlii, 232 pages : illustrations.
Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 
Copyright: copyright 2009
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- ISBN: 9781604731231 (cloth : alk. paper)
|Bibliography, etc.:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-223) and index.|
|Contents:||Introduction: The people's form finds its audience : popular front realism and the culture industries -- Taking down the Great White Hope : the popular front boxing narrative -- Radio soaps, Broadway lights : Lillian Hellman, Shirley Graham, and the interpellation of female audiences -- Realism with a little sex in it : Erskine Caldwell's challenge to Gone with the wind -- Asian yeoman and ugly Americans : Carlos Bulosan, H.T. Tsiang, and the U.S. literary market -- The popular front in the American century : Life magazine, Margaret Bourke-White, and partisan objectivity.|
Citation: Vials, Chris. "Realism for the masses : aesthetics, popular front pluralism, and U.S. culture, 1935-1947." Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2009.