New World Writing

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New World Writing (1952–59)

Writing and Living New Worlds Socialism, Sex, and Emotions

New World Writing (1952–59)

Book Review. Colonial Writing and the New World 1583‐1671 Thomas Scanlan

: “An English Harvest of Spanish & Portugall Seede” : Captives & Captured Texts in English New World Writing

Acquiring Culture: Vernacular Commercial Writing, Dictionaries, Academies, Domestic Guides, and the ‘New World of Words’

“Every New Flower Arriving in the World”: Sa‘di and the Art of Ghazal Writing

Cross-Cultural Comparison and the Writing of Migration History: Some Thoughts on How to Study Italians in the New World

Santanu Das Race, Empire and First World War Writing. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2011. Pp. xiii, 334. $90.00.

Benedikt Stuchtey and Eckhardt Fuchs, editors. Writing World History 1800–2000. (Studies in the German Historical Institute.) New York: Oxford University Press. 2003. Pp. viii, 367

Marc Van De Mieroop. Cuneiform Texts and the Writing of History. (Approaching the Ancient World.) New York: Routledge. 1999. Pp. vi, 196. Cloth $65.00, paper $22.99

Colonial Writing and the New World, 1583–1671: Allegories of Desire. By Thomas Scanlan. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. x, 242 pp. $59.95, ISBN 0-521-64305-8.)

A World Between: Poems, Short Stories, and Essays by Iranian-Americans. Ed. Persis M. Karim and Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami. New York: George Braziller, 1999. 286 pages. $30 hardcover; $18.50 paper; and Let Me Tell You Where I’ve Been: New Writing by Women of the Iranian Diaspora. Ed. Persis M. Karim. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas, 2006. xxx + 352 pages. $49.95 hardcover; $24.95 paper.


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eclectic anthology of fiction, drama, essays, and poetry from all the world presenting in paperback book format and to a large public the kinds of writings usually restricted to little magazines or literary quarterlies. Contributors included not only such established authors as Auden, Farrell, Jeffers, Lorca, Schorer, and Dylan Thomas, but newer writers including Algren, James Baldwin, Ionesco, and Kerouac.

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