2 edition of Virgin land found in the catalog.
Henry Nash Smith
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Virgin land Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on J SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Fulmer Mood; Virgin Land: The American West as Symbol and Myth. By Henry Nash Smith. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Pp. xiv, $), The AmeAuthor: Fulmer Mood.
Turner is ever-present in Virgin Land, the focus of both the book's beginning and ending. Smith's method is simply summarized: American culture can be read as a common language comprised of myths and symbols, obtainable, in part, by reading elite and popular American literature. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Henry Nash. Virgin land. New York, Vintage Books [©].
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Virgin Land achieves a kind of clarification of its subject that makes it, one feels, a landmark in the interpretation of the West.” ―The Nation “Mr. Smith’s book is a work of solid scholarship on a facet of our history that has not always been assessed at its proper by: Virgin Land book. Read 19 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
The spell that the West has always exercised on the American people had /5. Virgin Land's premise is that the American West was settled and developed due to the romanticism and heroics written about in eighteenth and nineteenth century poetry, books Reviews: 9.
The spell that the West has always exercised on the American people had its most intense impact on American literature and thought during the nineteenth century.
Henry Nash Smith shows, with vast comprehension, the influence of the nineteenth-century West in all its variety and strength, in special relation to social, economic, cultural, and political forces. Virgin Land: The American West As Symbol and Myth by Henry Nash Smith and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Virgin Land The American West as Symbol and Myth, by Henry Nash Smith (read 15 Mar ) (Bancroft Prize in ) I read this because it won a Bancroft prize /5(3).
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” — The Nation “ Mr. Smith’s book is a work of solid scholarship on a facet of our history that has not always been assessed at its proper importance. The Virgin Lands campaign (Russian: Освое́ние Virgin Land's grain output decreased 40% fromand 18% for the total Soviet Union grain output.
In and there was almost no new land ploughed up in Virgin Land regions. The harvest was a particularly good one, reach, tons of grain, only 8% below the. Author Henry Nash Smith has written a book which attempts to encapsulate the symbolism and mythology of the American West.
Virgin Land: The American West as Symbol and Myth, " traces the impact of the West on the consciousness of Americans and follows the principal consequences of the impact in literature and social thought."/5(3). Virgin Land was written by one of the founding scholars of American Studies.
Henry Nash Smith uses the myth-symbol approach to explain the history of the American West and its effect on American policy. He defines myth-symbol as “collective. The book is a collection of the artistic photography of Shlomo Rogalin of the land of Israel, whether it be in the snow, the streams of water, the leaves, tree roots, the Mediterranean coast, the Negev desert and the rock formations, the Dead Sea, Mount Hermon, the Golan Heights - all beautifully photographed and produced in this book.
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Smith's book is a work of solid scholarship on a facet of our history that has not always been assessed at its proper importance/5(5). His book Virgin Land: The American West as Symbol and Myth () gave name to the Myth and Symbol School, which provided the paradigm of the American Studies until the s.
Virgin Land: The American West as Symbol and Myth (Harvard Paperback, HP 21) Smith, Henry Nash Published by Harvard University Press, U.S.A. Counternarrative Possibilities reads Cormac McCarthy’s westerns against the backdrop of American mythology’s two formative national tropes: virgin land (from the s) and homeland (after 9/11).
Looking at McCarthy’s westerns in the context of American studies, James Dorson shows how his books counter the national narratives underlying these tropes and reinvest.
VIRGIN LAND: THE AMERICAN WEST AS SYMBOL AND MYTH. by Henry Nash Smith; Reviewed by. Paul Edward Ewing. Henry Nash Smith’s Virgin Land traces the evolution of ideas about the American West from colonial times through the formulation of the frontier thesis by Frederick Jackson Turner.
Smith deals with three key myths, myths being defined as. Virgin Land achieves a kind of clarification of its subject that makes it, one feels, a landmark in the interpretation of the West.” ― The Nation “Mr. Smith’s book is a work of solid scholarship on a facet of our history that has not always been assessed at its proper importance/5(6).
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