TriQuarterly 130

Her TriQuarterly essay, “The 5:30 Ir- regulars,” won an honorable mention in the 2003 best American Essays, ... is the author of The Price of Light (Four Way Books, 2005) and Ruining the Picture (Tri- quarterly/Northwestern, 1998).

Author: Susan Hahn

Publisher: Northwestern University Press

ISBN: 9780810159297

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 256

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David Kirby Charles Baxter David H. Lynn Marie Myung-Ok Lee Barbara Hamby Mary Morris Debora Greger Reginald Shepherd Amit Majmudar Page Hill Starzinger Ricardo Pau-Llosa Julianna Baggott G.E. Murray Patrice de La Tour du Pin--translated from the French by Jennifer Grotz R.T. Smith Rebecca Rasmussen Steven A. Dabrowski Celeste Ng Nancy Eimers Chard deNiord Laura Kasischke Derek Mong Judith Valente Debra Nystrom John J. Clayton Erika Dreifus David Wagoner Charlie Smith Pimone Triplett Megan Harlan Jonathan Fink Corey Marks Anne Harding Woodwortth

Geto Boys The Geto Boys

... 2008); “Don Robey and Peacock Records,” Soulful Kinda Music online, retrieved June 2, 2015 from htm; and David Kirby, “The Meistersinger of Macon,” Triquarterly issue 130, ...

Author: Rolf Potts

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781628929485

Category: Music

Page: 152

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At the outset of summer in 1990, a Houston gangsta rap group called the Geto Boys was poised to debut its self-titled third album under the guidance of hip-hop guru Rick Rubin. What might have been a low-profile remix release from a little-known corner of the rap universe began to make headlines when the album's distributor refused to work with the group, citing its violent and depraved lyrics. When The Geto Boys was finally released, chain stores refused to stock it, concert promoters canceled the group's performances, and veteran rock critic Robert Christgau declared the group "sick motherfuckers." One quarter of a century later the album is considered a hardcore classic, having left an immutable influence on gangsta rap, horrorcore, and the rise of Southern hip-hop. Charting the rise of the Geto Boys from the earliest days of Houston's rap scene, Rolf Potts documents a moment in music history when hip-hop was beginning to replace rock as the transgressive sound of American youth. In creating an album that was both sonically innovative and unprecedentedly vulgar, the Geto Boys were accomplishing something that went beyond music. To paraphrase a sentiment from Don DeLillo, this group of young men from Houston's Fifth Ward ghetto had figured out the "language of being noticed" - which is, in the end, the only language America understands.

Reference Guide to Russian Literature

Russian Literature Triquarterly, 8 (1974), 84-130. Stikhotvoreniia. Proza. Moscow, 1980. Essays. “Three Essays”, translated by Larry Andrews, Russian Literature Triquarterly, 11 (1975), 179-85. [Sculpture, Painting and Music; Morning, ...

Author: Neil Cornwell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134260775

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 1012

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First Published in 1998. This volume will surely be regarded as the standard guide to Russian literature for some considerable time to come... It is therefore confidently recommended for addition to reference libraries, be they academic or public.

Tri quarterly

... by Phillips maintain or regain their hope , an act with which the Sibyl clearly identifies . Still , as they remain undefined “ bodies ” their presence becomes less important than their symbolism as signs of the power 130 TRIQUARTERLY.

Author: Northwestern university


ISBN: 00413097



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issue 130 Editor Susan Firestone Hahn Associate Editor Ian Morris Operations Coordinator Kirstie Felland Cover Design Gini Kondziolka Contributing Editors John Barth Lydia R. Diamond Rita Dove Stuart Dybek Richard Ford Sandra M. Gilbert ...



ISBN: UCSC:32106019369872

Category: American literature


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The Cambridge Companion to the English Short Story

... 129, 130 TriQuarterly, 204 Trollope, Anthony, 15, 88, 89, 91, 92 Tuttle, Lisa, 198 Twain, Mark, 146, 147, 148 Twitter, 24, 138, 205, 209, 216. See also social media unity of effect, 4, 73, 87, 96, 175 Vachell, Horace Annesley, ...

Author: Ann-Marie Einhaus

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781316033593

Category: Literary Criticism


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This Companion provides an accessible overview of short fiction by writers from England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and other international sites. A collection of international experts examine the development of the short story in a variety of contexts from the early nineteenth century to the present. They consider how dramatic changes in the publishing landscape during this period - such as the rise of the fiction magazine and the emergence of new opportunities in online and electronic publishing - influenced the form, covering subgenres from detective fiction to flash fiction. Drawing on a wealth of critical scholarship to place the short story in the English literary tradition, this volume will be an invaluable guide for students of the short story in English.

Worker writer in America

William Phillips passes over the subject entirely in his brief history of Partisan Review , " On Partisan Review , " TriQuarterly 43 ( Fall 1978 ) : 130–41 . For earlier discussions of the topic , see Gilbert , Writers and Partisans ...

Author: Douglas Wixson

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252067851

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 678

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"Jack Conroy, a coal miner's son who apprenticed at age thirteen in a railroad shop, later migrated to factory cities and experienced the privation and labor struggles of the 1930s. As a worker and writer he composedThe Disinherited, one of the most important working-class novels in American literature. As the editor of a radical literary journal,The Anvil, he nurtured the early careers of Richard Wright, Nelson Algren, and Meridel Le Sueur before his own literary work was eclipsed in the Cold War years. Wixson draws upon a wealth of letters and manuscripts made available to him as Conroy's literary executor, As well as numerous interviews with Conroy and his former contributors and colleagues. Wixson explores the origins and development of worker-writing, The numerous ""little magazines"" that welcomed it, And The history of its reception. He examines the differences between the midwestern and East Coast literary worlds, And The milieu in which Conroy and others like him worked-the Depression, job layoffs, factory closings, homelessness, and migration. "

Northwestern University Tri quarterly

9 190 130 120 I 10 100 90F 10 10 TESTIS NEAN VEIGNT MILLIGRANS 80 30 could be manipulated by day length , Rowan next released birds in various states of reproductive activity to see the effect on their migratory behavior .



ISBN: UCSC:32106005741928

Category: American periodicals


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