2 edition of Raintree County, the foremost American environmental novel found in the catalog.
Raintree County, the foremost American environmental novel
Frederick O. Waage
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-269) and index.
|Statement||Fred Waage ; with a foreword by Barbara Stedman|
|LC Classifications||PS3523.O246 R338 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 280 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||2011002061|
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RAINTREE COUNTY. Set in a fictionalized Indiana county, Raintree County (), the only novel by ROSS (FRANKLIN) LOCKRIDGE JR. (), narrates the life of John Wickliff Shawnessy through a series of flashbacks prompted by events within the passing of a single day, July 4, Raintree County, the Foremost American Environmental Novel: Uncovering the Deep Message of an Undervalued Text: Waage.
Fred, Barbara Stedman: Books - or: Waage. Fred. RAINTREE COUNTY, THE FOREMOST AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL NOVEL by Fred Waage “[M]y own view of Raintree County’s beauty, power, and timeless meaningfulness in an era of environmental desperation impels me forward.
It is my evaluative claim that Raintree County is the foremost ‘environmental novel’ in the U.S. 20th century canon.”. Ross Franklin Lockridge, Jr., (Ap March 6, ) was an American novelist of the midth century. He is noted for Raintree County (), a widely praised novel which many readers and critics considered a contender for the "Great American Novel," and for his death by suicide just as it was reaching the top of the best-seller lists.4/5.
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attempted to "write the great American encyclopedic novel, one that absorbs all the modern literary devices of his day and breathes them forth refashioned on a wind from Walt Whitman.". For those who’ve lost sight of Raintree County, this study serves as a valuable reminder that the novel, as a uniquely crafted work of literature, is still able to bowl readers over with the power and grace of Lockridge’s prose.
More important, Waage provides abundant and convincing evidence to support his assertion that it is, in fact the “foremost ‘environmental novel’” of the. Raintree County is a novel by Ross Lockridge, Jr.
published in It tells the story of a small-town Midwestern teacher and poet named John Shawnessy, who, in his younger days before his service as a Union soldier in the Civil War, met and married a beautiful Southern belle; however, her emotional instability leads to the destruction of their marriage.
Frederick O. Waage is the author of Teaching Environmental Literature ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Raintree County, the Forem /5(2).
Raintree County is the middle-brow Ulysses, the Hoosier War and Peace, the Middle Western Remembrance of Things Past, the freshman's Faust. It's the. "In his attempt to produce the Great American Novel, Ross Lockridge, Jr.
employs myth as a structure for is novel, Raintree County, in order to teach Americans the true nature of their consciousness as a culture." -- Lillian Louise Lockridge, Ross Jr's older sister, pictured at About the Author.
Ross Lockridge Jr. () was born and raised in Indiana, graduating from Indiana University. In he married his high school sweetheart and they had four children. He is most noted for Raintree County, often considered one of the great American novels.
Suffering from profound, and largely unrecognized, depression, 5/5(17). Raintree County is the story of John Shawnessy, a poet and schoolteacher who loses both his wife and the great love of his life, goes off to fight in the Civil War, tries to write a great American.
American writer, known for his pages long historical novel, Raintree County (). It was the only book Ross Lockridge Jr.
wrote. Two months after its publication by Houghton Mifflin, Lockridge committed suicide. He left no suicide note. Raintree County, by Ross Lockridge, Jr., is a first edition, published by Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, Book is in good condition.
Boards, spine, pages and hinges are secure and in. Waage, Fred. Raintree County, the Foremost American Environmental Novel: Uncovering the Deep Message of an Undervalued Text.
Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, Offering a thor-ough environmental analysis of Ross Lockwood, Jr.'s book Raintree County, Waage argues for its position as "the foremost American environmental novel." Wardi, Anissa Janine.
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Knutson () Link. Forms of Translation, Joshua Reid () Link. Shawnessy asks this kind of question again and again, and Raintree County has thus been called the “foremost American environmental novel.” I feel that Raintree County mingles history with prophecy in a way full of implication for “The Next Indiana.” The “endlessly courageous dreamers” whom Ross Lockridge speaks of may not be found in our politicians—and politicians with the exception of Lincoln.
In the town of Freehaven in Raintree County, Indiana, the high school class of poses for a photograph. Everyone expects great things of valedictorian John Wickliff Shawnessy, in particular his sweetheart, Nell Gaither, who admires Johnny for his idealism, poetry and respect for truth and justice.
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Books and Literature. When was Raintree County - novel - created. intrinsic interest. Penguin Books reissued the novel simultaneously with the biography inand the critical reception, if more lim-ited, was more consistently favorable than it had been inwith five or six critics going out on the limb to say that, yes, this has been the Great American Novel sitting there all along.
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Unfortunately, Lockridge's first novel was also his last. Two months after its publication the year-old author from Bloomington 5/5(11). Book Published [New York] Dramatists Play Service [c] Jr., author of Raintree County. Lockridge, Laurence S., PSO22 Z74 Raintree County, the foremost American environmental novel: uncovering the deep message of an undervalued text.
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A number-one bestseller when it was first published inthis powerful novel is a compelling vision of. Ax, Christina Folke, et al., eds. Cultivating the Colonies: Colonial States and Their Environmental Legacies. Athens: Ohio UP, Looking at colonial governm. Find books like Raintree County from the world’s largest community of readers.
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Format Book Published New York: Viking Penguin, Description xi, p.,  p. of plates: ill. ; 24 cm. Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. Subject headings Lockridge, Ross. Yes, Raintree County is that rare thing: a novel with intelligence and superior talent behind it.
The problem is that it's unnecessarily long. pages could have been easily edited out, maybe more. A 1, page novel requires epic scope and drama and this doesn't have those/5(59).Raintree County, the first novel by Ross Lockridge, Jr., was the publishing event of Excerpted in Life magazine, it was a Book-of-the-Month Club Main Selection, won MGM's Novel Award and a movie deal, and stood at the top of the nation's bestseller lists.
Unfortunately, Lockridge's first novel Cited by: 3.Editions for Raintree County: X (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Ha.