"A clear and concise picture of the man as well as of the editor...written in a smooth-flowing style, and well documented, this study will appeal to students of Southwestern culture." - United States Quarterly Book Review "Bingham writes an important chapter in Western literary history, describing the association of [Lummis] with such writers as Washington Matthews, Ambrose Bierce, Frank Norris, Joaquin Miller, Eugene Manlove Rhodes, Sharlot M. Hall, and Mary Austin." - American Literature "Carefully documented and thoughtfully written." - Pacific Historical Review "The author shows how an aggressive and talented editor projected his personality and translated his ideas into action." - Essential Books"From the Publisher:
Charles F. Lummis (1859-1928) was a colorful, dynamic, and often eccentric crusader for the Spanish heritage of California. The founder and editor of "Land of Sunshine" - or "Out West", as the magazine was known after 1902 - he recruited writers such as Mary Austin, Jack London, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman to contribute short stories, poetry, articles, and essays, many of them based on Western themes. Lummis himself wrote editorials extolling the glories of Southern California, decrying racial prejudice, and calling for the preservation of California's historic landmarks. Bingham examines "Out West" from a number of angles: as a Western business enterprise, as a promotional vehicle, as an outlet and training ground for regional writers, and as an instrument of reform. His study, first published in 1955, remains an important and absorbing account of Lummis's life and of the magazine he established.
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Descripción Huntington Library Press, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0873282213
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Descripción Huntington Library Press, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110873282213