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Dime novels, or, Following an old trail in popular literature.
Edmund Lester Pearson
Originally published, Little, Brown, 1929.
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Genre/Form: Dime novels: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pearson, Edmund Lester, Dime novels. Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press [, ©].
Dime novels, or, Following an old trail in popular literature / by Edmund Pearson. Format Book Published Boston: Little, Brown, and company, Description x, p.,  leaves of plates: ill. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Dime novels; or, Following an old trail in popular literature, Pearson, Edmund Dime novels, View full catalog record.
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Filed under: Penny dreadfuls -- Bibliography. Dime Novel. The popularity of dime novels led American humorist Arthur Guiterman to pen a poem in tribute to dime novels, which was republished in Edmund Pearson’s Dime Novels; Or, Following an Old Trail. Pearson, Edmund.
Dime Novels; or, Following an Old Trail in Popular Literature. ; repr., Port Washington: Kennikat Press, Contains reminisces of the author and other readers who grew up reading dime novels. Despite factual inaccuracies, the text provides unique first-hand insight into the early audience of the dime novel.
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Dime Novels: Or, Following an Old Trail in Popular Literature By Edmund Lester Pearson Little, Brown, and Company, Get this from a library. Dime novels: or, Following an old trail in popular literature. [Edmund Lester Pearson]. Dime Novels: or, Following an Old Trail in Popular Literature (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., ), by Edmund Lester Pearson (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Adultery in the Novel. Dime Novels. Indian Jim, a Tale of the Minnesota Massacre. Ayer E39 Dime novels thrived in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in the United States.
Erastus Beadle published the first dime novel. Dime Novels; or, Following an Old Trail in Popular Literature. ; repr., Port Washington: Kennikat Press, This book leaves much to be desired as a research tool – it is rambling and disorganized, frequently interrupting its historical narrative to spend pages summarizing the plot of one specific dime novel.
DIME NOVELS. The subject of scorn by moralists in the last quarter of the nineteenth century and the first quarter of the twentieth, "dime novel" was originally a brand name, but as has often been true of. “Dime Novels; or, Following an Old Trail in Popular Literature” Edmund Pearson.
Boston, Little, Brown, and Company, Boston, Little, Brown, and Company, [A Gaslight Etext.]. Popular literature Comics, dime novels, pulps and Penny Dreadfuls Denis Gifford Dime novels, pulps and Penny Dreadfuls Erastus Flavel Beadle, father of the American dime novel, a pocket-sized.
In the late s the most popular form of fiction was the dime novel. The New York firm of Beadle and Adams published the first dime novels in Millions were eventually published between the.
here's a fun compilation of a variety of "dime novels" (really, these are nickel papers and weeklies for the most part). it's a good survey of the genre, including the most popular subject: the buffalo bill/jesse /5. The Old King Brady stories are also noteworthy for providing a slightly more realistic portrayal of detective work than the average dime novel.
Inventors. Some of the early science fiction that appeared in dime novels dealt with fantastic inventions, and by far the most famous dime novel .Dime novels synonyms, Dime novels pronunciation, Dime novels translation, English dictionary definition of Dime novels. n. A melodramatic novel of romance or adventure, usually in paperback.
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