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by Donald W. Whisenhunt

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ISBN:
0879727047
Author:
Donald W. Whisenhunt
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Popular Press 3 (June 15, 1996)
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248 pages
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Poetry of the People book. Donald W. Whisenhunt has analyzed, and provided context for, the vast collection of poetry and song lyrics in the Hoover and Roosevelt presidential libraries to assess another aspect of American public opinion. The poets of the era voiced their opinions on virtually every su The Great Depression was one of the most traumatic events of recent American history.

Donald W. Whisenhunt has analyzed, and provided context for, the vast collection of poetry and song . The poets of the era voiced their opinions about New Deal agencies, praised and condemned Hoover and Roosevelt, and expressed their views about the Supreme Court, the third term, and the approaching war in Europe. edu or (608) 263-0734. The poets of the era voiced their opinions on virtually every subject.

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Poetry of the people. by Donald W. Whisenhunt. Published 1996 by Bowling Green State University Popular Press in Bowling Green, OH. Written in English. Whisenhunt, professor of history at Western Washington University, is the author of Poetry of the People: Poems to the President, 1929-1945. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

It aimed to pick out the "third generation" of American modernist poets, and included quite a number of poems fresh from the little magazines of the late 1950s. In the longer term it attained a classic status, with critical approval and continuing sales. It was reprinted in 1999.

Each individual in his or her own way grappled with the difficulties of the times

Read The Human Tradition in America between the Wars, 1920-1945, by Donald W. Whisenhunt online on Bookmate – American society in the years from 1920 to 1945 experienced great transformation and up. Each individual in his or her own way grappled with the difficulties of the times. Some of those included here were well known in their day and afterwards, but many led lives now obscured by the passage of time. In these essays are men and women, African-Americans, Hispanics, whites, and Native Americans from all regions of the country.

Personal Name: Whisenhunt, Donald W. Publication, Distribution, et. Bowling Green, O. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Poetry of the people : poems to the president, 1929-1945, Donald W. WHISENHUNT is a professor of history at Western Washington University in Bellingham . WHISENHUNT is a professor of history at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. He is also the author of The Depression in Texas: The Hoover Years and Poetry of the People: Poems to the President, 1929–1945. Tent Show: Arthur Names and His "Famous" Players 6. cilt/West Texas A & M University series: Texas A and M University 6. sayı/West Texas A&M University series. Whisenhunt, W. Kenneth Waters.

Or would sit making lace in the bow: And had often (the Bellman said) saved them from wreck, Though none of the sailors knew how. There was one who was famed for the number of things. He forgot when he entered the ship

Or would sit making lace in the bow: And had often (the Bellman said) saved them from wreck, Though none of the sailors knew how. The Beaver, who happened to hear the remark, Protested, with tears in its eyes, That not even the rapture of hunting the Snark. Could atone for that dismal surprise! It strongly advised that the Butcher should be.

    The Great Depression was one of the most traumatic events of recent American history. Donald W. Whisenhunt has analyzed, and provided context for, the vast collection of poetry and song lyrics in the Hoover and Roosevelt presidential libraries to assess another aspect of American public opinion.     The poets of the era voiced their opinions on virtually every subject. They wrote about New Deal agencies, they praised and condemned Hoover and Roosevelt. They expressed their views about the Supreme Court, the third term, and the approaching war in Europe. The resulting study, arranged topically rather than chronologically, provides a unique perspective on American popular culture and American politics.