In an innovative reading of fin-de-siecle cultural texts, Miller argues that British representations of America, Americans, and Anglo-American relations at the turn of the twentieth century provided an important forum for cultural distinction. Reviews Editorial reviews Publisher Synopsis "Miller offers an original and compelling account of Anglo-American cultural relations at the fin-de-siecle. He excels in bringing out the ways in which British commentators and novelists established their national identity against that of their transatlantic counterparts. With a strong grasp of the political and economic context, Miller s able close readings of both unusual and familiar texts explore the tensions that animated the edgy rivalry between these two countries, whether in relation to modernity and tradition, egalitarianism and vulgarity, or the growing commercial and imperialistic rivalries that were expressed in both high and popular cultural forms.
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Books with interactive features may work best on an iOS device. It brings together historical artifacts and one-of-a-kind documents from the collections of the Library of Congress. Interactive tools let you zoom in for close examination, draw to highlight interesting details, and make notes about what you discover.
This set brings together photographs, film, and books that shed light on the ways in which children worked, played, learned, and made sense of the world.
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The United States was sparsely populated, and western migration facilitated by railroads plus enormous industrial growth drove the need for cheap labor.
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As part of the study of Chester County history, it is interesting to note the differences in the major causes of death in this region as compared to the average American society. By limiting a study to the fourteen years spanning the turn of the twentieth century, one can also review the changes in.