2 edition of Some magazines of the nineteenth century. found in the catalog.
Some magazines of the nineteenth century.
George Frederick Barwick
Written in English
In this deeply researched and engaging book, Paul B. Ringel combines an analysis of the stories in nineteenth-century American children’s magazines with the backstories of their authors, editors, and publishers to explain how this hugely successful industry trained generations of American children to become genteel consumers. Written by literary scholars, historians of science, and cultural historians, the twenty-two original essays in this book explore the intriguing and multifaceted interrelationships between science and culture through the periodical press in nineteenth-century Britain. Ranging across the spectrum of periodical titles, the six sections comprise - 'Women, Children, and Gender', 'Religious.
Series Two, Popular women's magazines microform. Women advising women (microfilm from the Bodleian Library) Online guide. Women's journals of the nineteenth century Online guide. Women's periodicals: 18th century to the great Depression. Online guide linked from HOLLIS record. Nineteenth-century women's journals from Brazil. European women's Author: Fred Burchsted. Susanna wrote: "List description: "Your favorite non-fiction about the 19th century ()." I created the list, and I had strictly non-fiction in mind." Thanks Susan - I looked now and see the description below the list title - I did not notice that before now and could be some of the mix up here.
Breward writes that the nineteenth century brought a new populist model to women’s publishing, which had been, since the s, an elite, literary affair. Better printing equipment, a falling newspaper tax, and rising literacy rates brought magazines to more households. C The Nineteenth Century Index» more less The Nineteenth Century Index (C19 Index) draws on the strength of indexes such as the Nineteenth Century Short Title Catalogue, The Wellesley Index and Periodicals Index Online, along with full-text resources, to create integrated bibliographic coverage of books and official publications.
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Following are some of the most influential magazines of the 19th century. Harper's Weekly Launched inHarper's Weekly became popular during the Civil War and continued to remain influential for the remainder of the 19th century.
When most people think of nineteenth-century American children’s books, they think of works like Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women (), or Mark Twain’s Tom Sawyer ().
Or maybe they think of Horatio Alger’s books, like Ragged Dick (). But there were other, earlier books that were equally popular—so popular that one author was mobbed by excited children when he made a tour in. The book thus makes a vital contribution to the study of nineteenth-century print culture.”—Ruth E.
Iskin, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Book Description A leading scholar explores the innovations, discoveries, and new visual languages that shaped the 19th century’s burgeoning print culture and helped define the comics, caricatures /5(4). Today, it is rare for entire books to be serialized the way they were in the 19th century.
Instead, publishers sell magazines the rights to excerpt part of a forthcoming book -- usually nonfiction. Women’s magazines. Women’s magazines frequently reflect the changing view of women’s role in society.
In the 18th century, when women were expected to participate in social and political life, those magazines aimed primarily at women were relatively robust and stimulating in content; in the 19th, when domesticity became the ideal, they were inclined to be insipid and humourless.
Some of the most influential magazines of the nineteenth century were targeted at women. True By the end of the nineteenth century, some magazine cover prices actually went down—from thirty-five.
Magazines responded by raising advertising rates, ultimately increasing their profitability. By the turn of the 20th century, advertising became the norm in magazines, particularly in some women’s magazine, where advertisements accounted for nearly half of all content.
What adults thought about some of their books. Adults sometimes have their own logic when it comes to children’s books. This was as true in the nineteenth century as it is now, with some adults insisting that fiction was a bad influence, while others thought that some fiction was better than the rest.
The Schomburg Library of Nineteenth- Century Black Women Writers series, under the general editorship of Henry Louis Gates, Jr., has rescued the voice of an entire segment of the African-American literary tradition by offering volumes of compelling and rare works of fiction, poetry, autobiography, biography, essays, and journalism, written by Cited by: History of publishing - History of publishing - Era of the Industrial Revolution: By educated citizens of most European countries and the United States could expect some access to independent news coverage and political comment, even if it was only to be found in clandestinely published newssheets.
The basic formulas for serious newspapers and commercially successful, if sensational. “By the nineteenth century, society had given up burning witches.
Yet the sexual exploitation of children continued. In late-nineteenth-century Britain, for example, men who raped young girls were excused because they did it to cure venereal disease. The Art & Architecture Collection has a large collection of women’s (and some men’s) 19th century fashion-plate periodicals.
While French fashion dominated the 19th century this post features a selection of magazines from England, America and Sweden. French periodicals in the collection will be featured in a separate : Doris Straus.
Alexander Campbell and Joseph Smith: Nineteenth-Century Restorationists Recently, Allan McNicol, professor at the Austin Graduate School of Theology in response to chapter 9 “Scriptural Commentaries and Emendations” wrote the following summary and question.5/5(2).
The Online Books Page. presents serial archive listings for. The Century Magazine. The Century Magazine was a monthly popular magazine published in the 19th and 20th centuries. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.).
Publication History. The Century Magazine began publication inas a successor to Scribner's Monthly Magazine. The first volume was "volume 23", following the.
The novels of the 19th century remain some of the most taught literary works of any period. They not only continue to influence the canon but also cinema and popular culture. Get better acquainted with these groundbreaking works with this reading list, categorized by : Esther Lombardi.
Draws on indexes such as the Nineteenth Century Short Title Catalogue, The Wellesley Index, Poole's Index and Periodicals Index Online to create integrated bibliographic coverage of over million books and official publications, 64, archival collections and million articles published in over 2, journals, magazines and : Christal Young.
Nineteenth Century Magazine. The flagship publication of the Victorian Society in America is the respected Nineteenth Century Magazine, published in the Spring and Fall as a benefit to members and distributed to more than subscribing magazine is devoted to the cultural and social history of the United States during the Victorian era, with regular features on architecture.
Women’s journals of the nineteenth century [microform] RECAP Microfilm 4 reels Printed guide: Firestone Microforms PNW6 W66 Consists of two important feminist periodicals of the late 19th century: The Women’s penny paper and Woman’s herald, Author: Steven Knowlton.
A Publisher’s History of American Magazines — Magazine Growth in the Nineteenth Century A Publisher’s History of American Magazines — Magazine Growth in the Nineteenth Century Page encountered significant downturns—some catastrophic—in,and File Size: KB.
This is a list of literary magazines and journals: periodicals devoted to book reviews, creative nonfiction, essays, poems, short fiction, and similar literary endeavors. Because the majority are from the United States, country of origin is only listed for those outside the U.S.
Please list in parentheses the first year of publication, after name of literary magazine. A literary magazine is a periodical devoted to literature in a broad sense.
Literary magazines usually publish short stories, poetry, and essays, along with literary criticism, book reviews, biographical profiles of authors, interviews and letters. Literary magazines are often called literary journals, or little magazines, terms intended to contrast them with larger, commercial magazines.
The Paperback of the Woman in the Nineteenth Century by Margaret Fuller at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.5/5(1).Some of the titles currently have only short runs available.
Nineteenth century readers' guide to periodical literature, with supplementary indexing () indexes 51 periodicals by author, subject, and illustrator.
O poems indexed under "poems", author, and some under subject. Book reviews are listed under : Fred Burchsted.