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Mike Gold: a literary anthology.

Gold, Michael

Mike Gold: a literary anthology.

by Gold, Michael

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Published by International in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesGold: a literary anthology.
StatementEdited, with an introd., by Michael Folsom.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3513.O29 A6 1972
The Physical Object
Pagination322 p.
Number of Pages322
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4469864M
ISBN 100717803449, 0717803465
LC Control Number79184672

Late Nineteenth Century: Author: Paul Lauter,John Alberti,Richard Yarborough,Mary Pat Brady,Jackson R. Bryer; Publisher: Cengage Learning ISBN: Category: Literary Criticism Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Unrivaled diversity and ease of use have made THE HEATH ANTHOLOGY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: VOLUME C: LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY, . Focusing specifically on the Russian writer Isaac Babel and Americans Mike Gold, Samuel Ornitz, and Daniel Fuchs, but also taking in cartoons, movies, and modernist paintings, Rubin casts the Jewish gangster as a favorite figure used by left-wing Jewish writers to examine their own place in world history.

Michael Gold () ‘Gertrude Stein: A Literary Idiot’, Change the World! (New York: International); Gold (; ) ‘Proletarian Realism’, in M. Folsom (ed.) Mike Gold: A Literary Anthology (New York: International), pp. – Google Scholar.   Gold wrote literary essays, too, in a brash and obnoxious Marxist style, and some of those essays weren't bad. By the nineteen-seventies, hardly anybody in the literary world remembered Mike.

  The Beatles: Literary Anthology is a unique volume, containing a comprehensive selection of interviews, articles, reviews and essays, ranging from accounts of the groups' mercurial rise in , to analyses of their cultural legacy. The band's influence on the youth culture of the Baby Boom generation, and its descendants, is acknowledged in a Reviews: 1. book of stories by Michael Gold that appeared in the s and was later included in the anthology of Gold's writings edited by Michael Folsom.2 The other three stories, "First Aid," "The Refugee," and "The Trap," are reprinted below for the first time as they appeared in the newspaper, with no editorial changes.


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Mike Gold: a literary anthology by Gold, Michael Download PDF EPUB FB2

The editor worked with Mike Gold -- the "Father of Proletarian Literature" -- during the last years of Gold's life, gathering Mike Gold: a literary anthology. book writings. This anthology is as Gold wanted it, emphasizing his literary output, and including some hitherto unpublished works.

The poems, short stories, sketches, and critical essays appear in their original texts/5(4). Mike Gold: a literary anthology Paperback – January 1, by Michael Gold (Author) › Visit Amazon's Michael Gold Page.

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New York: International, © (OCoLC) First Edition. A terrific collection of articles by the left-wing writer Mike Gold (). Gold was probably best known for his regular column in the Daily Worker, "Change the World!" as well as his semi-autobiographical novel, "Jews Without Money.".

Mike Gold: a literary anthology. /​ Edited, with an introd., by Michael Folsom. Jews Without Money, Mike Gold's novel was perhaps his most literary work.A somewhat fictionalized account of a little boy growing up in the Jewish section of the Lower East Side in New York around the turn of the century, the novel became a model for the "proletarian literature" for which Gold was a central advocate.

マイク・ゴールド(Mike Gold、年 4月12日 - 年 5月14日)は、ユダヤ系アメリカ人作家 Itzok Isaac Granichのペンネームである。 ゴールドは、生涯にわたって社会主義者であり、作家であるとともに文芸評論家であった。 彼の半自叙伝『金のないユダヤ人(Jews Without Money)』(年)は、ベ.

Edited by Shelley Fisher Fishkin A century and a half of the best writing about America’s quintessential writer. Mike Gold, was a literary critic, novelist, playwright, journalist, who learned his politics in the era of the construction of various radical movements-anarchist, socialist, syndicalist, and communist.

His lifelong activism was shaped growing up in impoverished tenements in the Jewish sector of the Lower East Side in New York City. Michael “Mike” Gold (Ap – ) is the pen-name of Jewish American writer Itzok Isaac Granich.

A lifelong communist, Gold was a novelist and literary critic. His semi-autobiographical novel Jews Without Money () was a bestseller. Mike Gold was the nom de plume of Itzok Isaac Granich. He was born on the Lower East Side of New York City to Romanian Jewish parents in His poverty stricken upbringing led him to radical politics and he took the name Mike Gold during the oppressive Palmer Raids of the twenties/5().

Looking for books by Michael Gold. See all books authored by Michael Gold, including Jews Without Money: A Novel, and Mike Gold: a literary anthology, and more on Mike Gold: a literary anthology: Mike gold reader: n New masses.

Proletarian literature in the United States: an anthology: Scottsboro, Alabama: de l'esclavage à la révolution: Yidn on gelt: Židé bez peněz: Román: יידן אנ געלט: يهود بلا مال: رواية: アメリカ・プロレタリア文學評論: 一億.

Michael Folsom editor, Mike Gold: A Literary Anthology, International Publishers, New York, ; pp. Any errors are mine, rather than Mr. Folsom's. "Michael Gold" was a pseudonym for Itzok Isaac Granich, born 12 April (notas he sometimes erroneously stated) in New York's Lower East Side Jewish ghetto to immigrant parents.

Introduction Mike Gold (or Michael Gold; he used both names on published works) was born Itzok Granich in the Jewish East Side of New York in Although he had a tendency in his later years to exaggerate his family’s situation and his lack of formal education, the Granichs certainly struggled financially when Gold was in his teens.

In Folsom edited Mike Gold: A Literary Anthology. his efforts to write Gold's biography, and instead became a museum exhibit designer, editor of books on industrial history, and co-author of children's books with his He died on Decem Mike Gold, “A Little Bit of Millennium,” Mike Gold: A Literary Anthology, ed.

Michael Folsom (New York: International Publishers, ) This article was originally published in. Michael or Mike Gold (b. ) is the pseudonym of Itzok Isaac Granich the author of Jews Without Money. Michael Gold (b. ) the author of And Hannah Wept 3. Michael Gold () the author of A Conspiracy of Cells.

Michael Gold, architect - People in Architecture 5. Michael Gold - Horror House Detective 6. Mike Gold: A Literary Anthology: ISBN () Hardcover, International Publishers, Non-standard Academics: A Profile Across Ten UK Universities.

The Mike Gold Reader, Mike Gold: A Literary Anthology, Plays Down the Airshaft, Ivan's Homecoming, Money, La Fiesta, Battle Hymn, written with Michael Blankfort, based on Gold's autobiography Life of John Brown, Hoboken Blues Publications.

Michael Gold was the eldest of three sons born to the Graniches, Jewish immigrants living on New York’s Lower East Side. During the Palmer Raids of –20 he took the name Michael Gold after a Jewish Civil War veteran he admired for having fought to “free the slaves.” When his.Web-enabled Self-regulated Learning To Enhance Students' Learning Introduction To Automata Theory, Languages, And Computation Kamala Krithivasan Developing An Appropriate Design Of Blended Learning With Web-enabled Self-regulated Learning To Enh Ppl Exams Another Way Box Set Metorological Ppl Shyamalendu Kandar Human Performance Ppl The Art Of Handwriting Analysis.

(This is the first of three essays on Mike Gold to appear in Diary of a Heartland Radical.) [1]Michael Folsom ed., Mike Gold: A Literary Anthology.