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Baseball/literature/culture

essays, 2004-2005

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Published by McFarland & Co. in Jefferson, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • American literature -- History and criticism,
    • Baseball in literature.,
    • Baseball stories, American -- History and criticism.,
    • Baseball -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Peter Carino.
      ContributionsCarino, Peter., Indiana State University Conference on Baseball in Literature and American Culture (2004), Indiana State University Conference on Baseball in Literature and American Culture (2005)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS169.B36 B376 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3418699M
      ISBN 100786426187
      LC Control Number2005035063

      Criticism and Scholarship On Baseball Fiction. BACK to main guide page. Below is a highly selective bibliography of scholarly work and commentary on baseball fiction and film. Only specialized studies are listed, and the checklist has an academic bias; book reviews and general work on sport literature are excluded. Ahearn, Kerry. “A Book of Ruth: Stone’s Topography and Other Poems.” Paintbrush 27 (/): "The 'Flow' of the Game: Andre Dubus's 'The Pitcher.'" NINE: A Journal of Baseball History and Social Policy Perspectives (): Introduction to Strange Seas of Thought: Studies in Wordsworth's Philosophy of Man and.

      George Alexander "Sharky" Sweatt (December 7, – J ) was an American second baseman in Negro league played for the Kansas City Monarchs and Chicago American Giants from to Life. During his youth, Sweatt worked in hayfields near his hometown of Humboldt, Kansas, and later at Humboldt's Monarch Cement plant. He attended Pittsburg State Batting average Baseball-Literature-Culture: Essays, McFarland Publishers () ( pp., tables, bibliographies, index, $ p) Section II: Biographies, Autobiographies, Oral Histories and Personal Accounts Aaron, Hank with Lonnie .

      This bibliography draws upon the research of other DeLillo bibliographies, especially: Joseph S. Walker, "Don Delillo: A Selected Bibliography," Modern Fiction Studies (), pp. ; Tom LeClair, "Bibliography," In the Loop: Don DeLillo and the Systems Novel (University of Illinois Press, ), pp. ; Paula Bryant, "Don DeLillo: An Annotated Bibliographic and Critical Secondary. MURFREESBORO – Friday marked the 20th annual Baseball in Literature and Culture Conference, held in the James Union Building on the campus of Middle Tennessee over the past ten years. This year.


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Peter Carino is an English professor at Indiana State University and is the editor of Baseball/Literature/Culture: Essays, – () and Baseball/Literature/Culture: Essays, – (). He lives in Terre Haute, Indiana. Peter Carino is an English professor at Indiana State University and is also the editor of Baseball/Literature/Culture: Essays, () and Baseball/Literature/Culture: Essays, ().

He lives in Terre Haute, : Paperback. Peter Carino is an English professor at Indiana State University and is the editor of Baseball/Literature/Culture: Essays, – () and Baseball/Literature/Culture: Essays, – (). He lives in Terre Haute, : Paperback. Ronald E.

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Literature and Culture. Each of the three volumes is edited by Carino, who tells us in the present introduction that he. Edited by Ronald E. Kates and Warren Tormey, BASEBALL/LITERATURE/CULTURE: ESSAYS presents 23 pieces and papers on the sport of baseball, as presented at the and Conference on Baseball in Literature and American Culture held at Middle Tennessee State University.

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This collection is the third in a series of essays selected from the Indiana State University Conference on Baseball in Literature and Culture. This collection is the third in a series of essays selected from the Indiana State University Conference on Baseball in Literature and Culture.

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