|Statement||by Richard W. Etulain.|
|LC Classifications||Z1251.W5 E8 1982, PS271 E8 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 317 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||82008579|
As Richard Etulain states in his preface, this is a comprehensive but not exhaustive bibliography of books, dissertations, and articles about western American literature. The bulk of the volume lists materials on more than major western authors, including some major historians and nonfiction writers, but perhaps the most significant part of the book is the section dealing with Author: Frances W. Kaye. Black American Writers: Bibliographical Essays LOCKWOOD Reference PSN5 B Guide to American Literature and its Backgrounds since LOCKWOOD Book Collection ZJ65 Magill's Bibliography of Literary Criticism: Selected Sources for the Study of More than 2, Outstanding Works of Western Literature CAPEN Reference Z Author: Laura Taddeo. Library Journal, December 1, , review of A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Western American Literature, p. ; Octo , Stephen L. Hupp, review of The American West in the Twentieth Century: A Bibliography, p. The Oxford companion to African American literature. Writing African American women: an encyclopedia of literature by and about women of color. Asian American Literature. Asian American novelists: a bio-bibliographical critical sourcebook. The Columbia guide to Asian American Literature since The Greenwood encyclopedia of Asian American Author: Winnie Shyam.
Western Lives: A Biographical History of the American West Lincoln Looks West: From the Mississippi to the Pacific Coeditor Basque Americans Fifty Western Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Western American Literature Faith and Imagination: Essays on Evangelicals and LiteratureFile Size: 5MB. Richard W. Etulain, a professor of history at the University of New Mexico, is the editor of A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Western American Literature (University of Nebraska Press, ) and other by: 3. Trübner's Bibliographical guide to American literature: a classified list of books published in the United States of America during the last forty years ; with bibliographical introduction, notes, and alphabetical index / (London: Trübner and Co., ), by . The Bibliographical Guide is an extremely useful research tool. It is also a piece of historiographical evidence of the growth and health of the field of western American literary criticism. The division between a table of contents, listing subjects, and an index, listing authors of critical works, adds to the book\u27s value as a guide to Author: Frances W. Kaye.
The essays themselves, it should be noted, do not follow a uniform format. More seriously, quality and comprehensiveness also vary sharply. Frank Talmage's essay-cum-bibliography on “Judaism on Christianity: Christianity on Judaism,” which shows how exponents of the two faiths viewed and continue to view each other, provides a superb introduction to its subject, and its citations are Seller Rating: % positive. A comprehensive and inclusive reference work, this book depicts the individuals who engaged in the establishment and description of the United States. It includes information on people who were involved in activities that led to a remarkable body of information, maps, and literature of a geographic nature about the by: 1. Main Library ZN67 W55 This book serves as the first and only master listing of bibliographies in the field of American Indian studies. It includes all significant bibliographies, in print and online, concerning Native Americans in the United States and Canada from the earliest times through The complete Bibliography, widely recognized as the most accurate and comprehensive guide to preth century American literature, lists the work of significant authors. It provides the standard bibliographical description for the original book publication of the works of these authors, thereby establishing basic chronological record of.