Refers to letter written by Scott to TD in 1923, at time of publication of Scott’s novel Escapade, in which letter Scott states she intended to “protest against this stuff that maternity is a mental experience,” insisting that it” it is the most beautifully damnably concrete sensuous thing on earth” (this letter also quoted in Scura, Dorothy M. “Abortion in American Fiction: An Ethical Analysis of Select Works in Twentieth-Century American Literature.” Ph. Den Tandt, Christophe Explication approfondie d’auteurs anglais : twentieth-century literary realism in Britain and the United States . ’ A New Middle-Class Morality in Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie and An American Tragedy” (thesis chapter). This framework for research could be used to facilitate design of studies in which investigators want to consider PTSD as a potential mediator between lifetime exposure to violence and negative childbearing processes and outcomes.It is congruent with a CDC framework for research and could be incorporated into studies designed to meet their recommendations.
“The Changing Shape of the American Landscape: Travel, Corporate Expansion, and Consumer Culture, 1845-1945.” Ph. Discusses on reasons for Dreiser’s popularity in Azerbaijan. “The Moral Crisis of Clyde, the Criminal Society of USA – About Dreiser’s ‘An American Tragedy’” [original title]. Profile of Gengiz Babaev, a Los Angeles gas station attendant and Dreiser enthusiast who grew up reading Dreiser in Russian translation in his native Azerbaijan. Chapter 3 focuses on the link between auto tourism and nationalism evidenced in road books by Emily Post, Dreiser, Henry James, and Edith Wharton. Contains Hammett letters and telegrams to Dreiser dated November 1939, January 1940, September 1940, and March 1942, plus additional Dreiser-related content. “Theodore Dreiser and the Counternarrative of Working Womanhood”; “To Die for: Labor and Belief in Upton Sinclair and Theodore Dreiser.” Labor’s Text: The Worker in American Fiction.