21 mars 2017

Kiosk literature of Silver Age Spain

Jeffrey Zamostny & Susan Larson
(edited by...)

Kiosk literature of Silver Age Spain
Modernity and mass culture

Intellect & The University of Chicago Press
Bristol, U.K. & Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
494 pages, 2017
ISBN : 978-1-78320-665-0

Table of illustrations
Note on translations
Commonly cited literary collections

Introduction : Kiosk literature and the enduring ephemeral
     by Jeffrey Zamostny
1. Literary collections
        by Alberto Sánchez Álvarez-Insúa
2. Between secrets and simulations : Women writers in La Novela de Noche
        by Carmen M. Pujante Segura
3. Backward modernity ? The masculine lesbian in spanish sicaliptic literature
        by Itziar Rodríguez de Rivera
4. Literary medicine, medical literature : César Juarros and La Novela de Hoy
        by Ryan A. Davis
5. Celebrity, sex, and mass readership : The case of Álvaro Retana
        by Noël Valis 
6. Virtual Álvaro Retana : Recovery and fandom in the digital age
        by Jeffrey Zamostny
7. Cinema literacy in cinema fan magazines and the Novela Cinematográfica
        by Eva Woods Peiró

Color Section (cover illustrations)

8. Technology, cosmopolitanism, and female sexuality in La Novela semanal
Cinematográfica (1922-32)
        by Patricia Barrera Velasco
9. La Novela Feminina : a collection by women writers in the 1920s 
        by Ángela Ena Bordonada
10. Getting away with wife murder : Article 438 in the press and popular fiction
        by Leslie Maxwell Kaiura
11. Carmen de Burgos : Teaching women of the Modern Age
        by Michelle M. Sharp
12. Sports-themed kiosk novelettes and the Silver Age debate on tradition and modernity
        by Luis F. Cuesta
13. Joaquín Belda's "Tourist postcards" : The origin and foil of his novels (1924-31)
        by Manuel Martínez Arnaldos
14. Reading and the street : an inventory of Madrid kiosks in 1911
        by Edward Baker
15. Modeling kiosk literary collections for the Mnemosyne Digital Library
        by Dolores Romero López, José Luis Bueren Gómez-Acebo & Joaquín Gayoso-Cabada
Conclusion : Kiosk literature as a geography of cultural objects
        by Susan Larson

Works cited

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