Primary Sources on Yellow Peril , Series I : Yellow Peril Collection of British Novels 1895-1913 , 7 vols . edited ... March 2007 • ¥ 138,000 ( set price + tax ) • c.2700pp . illus.b / w & colour ISBN : 978-4-86166-031-3 This new series ...
Author: Yorimitsu Hashimoto
Publisher: Edition Synapse
This new series was established to collect various primary source materials selected from contemporary publications and historical documents related to phenomenon of the 'Yellow Peril', which represents an anxiety in Western society concerning the rise of Asia, particularly China and Japan, and the consequent decline of the West, racially, culturally, and militarily. The first series here examines the Yellow Peril as entertainment in Britain around the turn of the century and reprints nine popular novels all in first editions together with the reproduction of their original covers in colour.
2. Larry Barsness, Gold Camp: Alder Gulch and Virginia City, Montana (New York: Hastings House, 1962), 233. 3. Mark Twain, Roughing It (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1913), vol. II, 110. 4. Tchen and Yeats, Yellow Peril!, 124. 5.
Author: Jeremy Agnew
From the dime novels of the Civil War era to the pulp magazines of the early 20th century to modern paperbacks, lurid fiction has provided thrilling escapism for the masses. Cranking out formulaic stories of melodrama, crime and mild erotica--often by uncredited authors focused more on volume than quality--publishers realized high profits playing to low tastes. Estimates put pulp magazine circulation in the 1930s at 30 million monthly. This vast body of "disposable literature" has received little critical attention, in large part because much of it has been lost--the cheaply made books were either discarded after reading or soon disintegrated. Covering the history of pulp literature from 1850 through 1960, the author describes how sensational tales filled a public need and flowered during the evolving social conditions of the Industrial Revolution.
Stories of Mystery ( James R. Osgood , 1875 , 231pp , hc ) Volume eight in the 12 - volume series Little Classics * Stories of ... 1991 , $ 20.95 , 38 + 169pp , hc ) Associational volume of " Yellow Peril " stories from the pulps .
Author: Michael Ashley
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Indexes story collections by editor, book title, author, and story title
Note: The phrase “yellow peril” was common in the U.S. newspapers (such as the rival San Francisco Examiner) owned by William Randolph Hearst. ... Vol. 1. INTSOY Series No. 30. p. 14-15. Manchuria is in the USDA Germplasm Collection.
Author: William Shurtleff
Publisher: Soyinfo Center
The world's most comprehensive, well documented, and well illustrated book on this subject. With extensive index. 372 photographs and illustrations. Free of charge in digital format on Google Books.
2 vols. (Detroit: St. James Press/Gale Group/Thomson Learning, 2003), vol. II, 334–36. ... Yellow Peril' and the 'Chinese of Europe': Global Perspectives on Race and Labor, 1815–1930,” in Jan Lucassen and Leo Lucassen (eds.) ...
Author: Sven Beckert
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
In recent years historians in many different parts of the world have sought to transnationalize and globalize their perspectives on the past. Despite all these efforts to gain new global historical visions, however, the debates surrounding this movement have remained rather provincial in scope. Global History, Globally addresses this lacuna by surveying the state of global history in different world regions. Divided into three distinct but tightly interweaved sections, the book's chapters provide regional surveys of the practice of global history on all continents, review some of the research in four core fields of global history and consider a number of problems that global historians have contended with in their work. The authors hail from various world regions and are themselves leading global historians. Collectively, they provide an unprecedented survey of what today is the most dynamic field in the discipline of history. As one of the first books to systematically discuss the international dimensions of global historical scholarship and address a wealth of questions emanating from them, Global History, Globally is a must-read book for all students and scholars of global history.