arrived in Crefeld on July 18, 1878, and began his briefing.
20) Bret Harte
, Bret Harte
's California: Letters to the "Springfield Republican" and "Christian Register," 1866-67, ed.
is renowned as a chronicler of the California gold rush.
And so he reacted in character to the rugged brush country of South Texas, Colorado's towering snow-capped peaks, and the rolling waves of tall-grass prairie of central Oklahoma, reactions that allow us to read The West From a Car-Window as yet another story of comeuppance, suitable for shelving alongside Bret Harte
and Mark Twain.
In Section 3 Morrow presents some of his work on "Popular Literature and Culture" with essays on Richard Farina, rock music, Bret Harte
once again, and (of all things), "Those Sick Challenger Jokes.
The girls live a happy life with their mother, Gwen, until her abusive boyfriend Seth, brutally attacks Paige on the ninth grade courtyard at Bret Harte
Junior High School.
The American novelist Bret Harte
had concluded years before that the prince "was more like an American than an Englishman" (261).
The texts discussed in this section continue the entire volume's emphasis on gender (in es says on Dreiser and Chopin, Wharton and Dreiser) while also adding the further complications of class (in Fanny Fern and Hawthorne, and in the money novel) and region (the not-exactly-Western fiction of Bret Harte
and Mary Hallock Foote).
and Mark Twain collaborated in a play called Ah Sin (1877) which was about a Chinese immigrant in San Francisco.
Among its authors in those early days was Bret Harte
Among his less likely supporters was the American writer and journalist, (Francis) Bret Harte
And Western stories by Mark Twain and Bret Harte
were wildly popular, as was Owen Wister's 1902 best-seller The Virginian, which introduced many of the conventions of the classic Hollywood Western: the strong, silent hero, the Eastern schoolmarm who deplores violence, and the climatic gunfight before a gallery of frightened townsfolk.