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Fri Mar 21 17:16:21 2014 UTClccn-n500134330.00Smith, Henry Nash0.421.00Ida Langdon papers,9922258Henry_Nash_Smithn 5001343348916Nash Smith, Henry, 1906-1986Smith, Henry N.Smith, Henry N. 1906-1986lccn-n79021164Twain, Mark1835-1910dtelccn-n80002569Howells, William Dean1837-1920lccn-n79073639Gibson, William M.(William Merriam)1912-1987edtlccn-n79006936Melville, Herman1819-1891lccn-n79007728Hawthorne, Nathaniel1804-1864lccn-n78091982James, Henry1843-1916lccn-n50021899Anderson, Frederick1926-edtfast-924923Finn, Huckleberry (Fictitious character)lccn-n79059786Cooper, James Fenimore1789-1851lccn-n86847503Voloshin, Beverly RoseSmith, Henry NashFictionJuvenile worksCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryAdventure storiesRecords and correspondenceBiographyAdventure stories, AmericanPictorial worksComic books, strips, etcMissouriBoysMississippi RiverFinn, Huckleberry (Fictitious character)Runaway childrenSawyer, Tom (Fictitious character)Male friendshipFugitive slavesRace relationsTwain, Mark,Boys--TravelMississippi River ValleyUnited StatesChild witnessesUnited States, WestBumppo, Natty (Fictitious character)Indians of North AmericaAmerican literatureAdventures of Huckleberry Finn (Twain, Mark)Howells, William Dean,LiteratureHistorical fictionAdventure storiesHumorous stories, AmericanManners and customsSatireAuthors, AmericanPopular cultureAmerican fictionSlaveryVoyages and travelsLiterature and societyHawthorne, Nathaniel,Melville, Herman,James, Henry,FriendshipMississippiPrairiesTrappersCivilizationFrontier and pioneer lifeAmerican wit and humorSouthern StatesSlavesPolitical and social viewsConnecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court (Twain, Mark)Fugitive slaves--TravelPolitics and literatureEconomics in literaturePolitical fiction, American190619861929193319371938194019411945194619471948194919501953195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681970197119721973197419751976197819791980198119821985198919901991199319941995199619971998199920002001200220052007200913627113411[FIC]PS1305ocn000239296ocn000271361ocn005267103ocn040387949ocn002328918ocn300030842ocn186084715ocn612059787ocn490010836ocn443122871ocn000594900ocn001600943ocn270696820ocn442327458ocn442332784ocn441834001ocn614884128ocn862301378ocn469524154ocn464685217ocn0266571143089116ocn000478264book19500.47Smith, Henry NashVirgin land; the American West as symbol and mythHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcExamines the significance and impact of the nineteenth-century Westward movement on American literature. Bibliogs+-+2004849215261627ocn000239296book18630.27Smith, Henry NashMark Twain; a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etcMirrors the changing morals of the United States literary climate, from the search for the "usable past" of the 1920's, through the social realism of the '30's, to the psychological symbolism of the '40's and 50's161329ocn010695829book19620.37Smith, Henry NashMark Twain: the development of a writerCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography143713ocn003627052book19780.37Smith, Henry NashDemocracy and the novel : popular resistance to classic American writersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc11358ocn000271361book19600.50Twain, MarkMark Twain-Howells letters; the correspondence of Samuel L. Clemens and William D. Howells, 1872-1910Records and correspondenceThis is the first comprehensive collection of correspondence between Mark Twain and his editor William D. Howells. The publishing practices and critical attitudes of the period are variously documented here as it showcases the Gilded Age in American writing10739ocn000594900book19670.53Smith, Henry NashPopular culture and industrialism, 1865-189083610ocn000271004book19640.50Smith, Henry NashMark Twain's fable of progress : political and economic ideas in "A Connecticut Yankee."HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc73910ocn000507062book19670.53Twain, MarkSelected Mark Twain-Howells letters, 1872-1910Records and correspondence43412ocn005267103book19580.15Twain, MarkThe adventures of Tom Sawyer / illustrations by Paul Geiger ; afterword by Bernard DeVotoHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksHumorComic books, strips, etcFolkloreFictionPictorial worksDramaStudy guidesManuscriptsAdventure storiesBildungsromansGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksHumorous storiesPolitical fictionYoung adult worksAdventure stories, American"This novel 'begins with Huck's escape from his drunken, brutal father to the river, where he meets up with Jim, a runaway slave. The story of their journey downstream, with occasional forays into the society along the banks, is an American classic that captures the smells, rhythms, and sounds, the variety of dialects and the human activity of life on the great river. It is also a penetrating social commentary that reveals corruption, moral decay, and intellectual impoverishment through Huck and Jim's encounters with traveling actors and con men, lynch mobs, thieves, and Southern gentility.'" Reader's Ency. 4th edition+-+79660504851593ocn020318266book19890.81American literature, culture, and ideology : essays in memory of Henry Nash SmithCriticism, interpretation, etc1081ocn040387949book19570.79Allen PressMark Twain : San Francisco Virginia City Territorial enterprise correspondent : selections from his letters to the Territorial enterprise, 1865-1866554ocn021306379book19890.90Smith, Henry NashHow true are dreams? : the theme of fantasy in Mark Twain's later workCriticism, interpretation, etc4615ocn246644205book19620.24Twain, MarkLetters from the earthSketches and pieces from Twain's lesser known works. First prepared in 1939 by Bernard DeVoto and now presented with his notes and introduction292ocn002541711book19450.73Smith, Henry NashThe controversy at the University of Texas, 1939-1945203ocn002541726book19460.76Smith, Henry NashThe controversy at the University of Texas, 1939-1946, a documentary historyHistory2013ocn490992578book19530.32Cooper, James FenimoreThe prairieHistoryFictionHistorical fictionWestern storiesThe sequel to The Pioneers finds Natty going West and opposing the destruction of the land of the animals137ocn247715486book19570.50Twain, MarkMark Twain of the Enterprise; newspaper articles & other documents, 1862-1864Biography113ocn830782672book19600.33Twain, MarkMark Twain - Howells letters : the correspondence of Samuel L. Clemens and William D. Howells, 1872 - 1910113ocn064107902book19600.47Twain, MarkLetters : the correspondence of Samuel L. Clemens and William D. Howells, 1872-1910113ocn830782668book19600.33Twain, MarkMark Twain - Howells letters : the correspondence of Samuel L. Clemens and William D. Howells, 1872 - 191032ocn052000078book20010.23Shepherd, Don FranklinThe metahistory of the American West21ocn022445572mix1.00Harris, MarkPapersRecords and correspondenceThe Mark Harris Papers document the life and career of this American author. Present are the manuscripts for virtually all his published work which includes over twenty books, as well as numerous stories and essays; screenplays and other material relating to film adaptations; unpublished writing, including personal journals; a collection of scrapbooks which date from the 1940s; more than 200 photographs; and a comprehensive collection of Harris' magazine and newspaper contributions21ocn064074828mix1.00Langdon, IdaIda Langdon papersPapers, which pertain to Samuel Clemens, particularly to his life in Elmira, New York, include letters to Ida Langdon from Henry Nash Smith, Orville Prescott, and others regarding her talks on Twain, gifts of Twain memorabilia to the University of California, certain of Twain's writings, and related subjects; printed items including articles on Twain by his nephew, Jervis Langdon, Miss Langdon, and Smith; program (1960) for the Elmira College Mark Twain Festival and typescripts or photocopies of speeches given by Smith and Miss Langdon respectively at the Festival; her speech (1961) at the Elmira College Phi Beta Kappa Convocation; a Voice of America radio script (1960) on the life and times of Twain; photographs of the presentation (1952) of Twain's study to Elmira College; and newspaper clippings, including reports of Miss Langdon's addresses and reviews of Twain's posthumously published LETTERS FROM THE EARTH21ocn040197998book19930.92Crisp, James ErnestSam Houston's speechwriters--the grad student, the teenager, the editors, and the historians11ocn084653541book1.00Smith, Henry NashHenry Nash Smith papersCriticism, interpretation, etcArchivesCollection primarily consists of correspondence & research materials pertaining to Smith's published works, lectures and other professional activities and interests. The correspondence files are particularly extensive11ocn026953159book19901.00Waechter, Matthias Nikolaus"All the past we leave behind" : Frederick Jackson Turner, Henry Nash Smith, Richard Slotkin, and the metaphor of the "frontier"History11ocn063120616art1999Smith, Henry Nash11ocn033822162book19950.47Stambler, Meredith LaneThe changing American landscape : sculptor and corruptor of the American literary characterCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn035237076visu1.00Photographs related to the career of Henry Nash SmithPhotographsPictorial works11ocn056834116art19470.47Dobie, J. FrankDobie on a resignation+-+7966050485+-+7966050485Fri Mar 21 15:29:40 EDT 2014batch24969