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A Business Career (Cód: 7086087)

Charles W. Chesnutt; Matthew Wilson; Marjan A. van Schaik

University Press of Mississippi POD

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A Business Career
by Charles W. Chesnutt, edited by Matthew Wilson and Marjan A. van Schaik.
Introduction by Matthew Wilson.

Never before published, A Business Career is the story of Stella Merwin, a white woman entering the working-class world to discover the truth behind her upper-class father's financial failure. A 'New Woman' of the 1890s, Stella joins a stenographer's office and uncovers a life-altering secret that allows her to regain her status and wealth.

When Charles W. Chesnutt died in 1932, he left behind six manuscripts unpublished, A Business Career among them. Along with novels of Paul Laurence Dunbar, it is one of the first written by an African American who crosses the color line to write about the white world. It is also one of only two Chesnutt novels with a female protagonist.

Rejecting the novel for publication, Houghton Mifflin editor Walter Hines Page encouraged Chesnutt to try to get the book in print. 'You will doubtless be able to find a publisher, and my advice to you is decidedly to keep trying till you do fine one,' he wrote. Page clearly saw that in A Business Career Chesnutt had written a successful popular novel grounded in realism but one that exploits elements of romance.

Charles W. Chesnutt (1858-1932) was an innovative and influential African American writer of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His novels include The House Behind the Cedars, The Marrow of Tradition, The Colonel's Dream, as well as the posthumously published novel, Paul Marchand, F. M. C. from University Press of Mississippi.

Matthew Wilson is a professor of humanities and writing at Penn State University, Harrisburg.

Marjan A. van Schaik is an instructor at Millersville University.

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Marca University Press of Mississippi POD
Cód. Barras 9781604732573
Altura 20.30 cm
I.S.B.N. 9781604732573
Profundidade 1.00 cm
Referência 9781604732573
Ano da edição 2005
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 240
Peso 0.27 Kg
Largura 12.70 cm
AutorCharles W. Chesnutt; Matthew Wilson; Marjan A. van Schaik

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