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Brno : Masarykova univerzita, 1998
118 s.

ISBN 80-210-1748-1 (brož.)
Spisy Filosofické fakulty Masarykovy univerzity (Brno) ; [vol.] 315
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Bibliografie: s. 112 - 114
Doctorow, Edgar Lawrence (spisovatel am., 1931-): Ragtime - rozbory
Dos Passos, John Roderigo (1896-1970): Dvaačtyřicátá rovnoběžka - rozbory
Spojené státy americké - společnost - stol.20., pol.1. - literatura americká - kritiky - studie
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Contents // Acknowledgements...7 // Preface...9 // Introduction...14 // Dos Passos and the Modern...15 // Doctorow’s “Historicism”...18 // Notes...21 // Body...23 // Doctorow and the Female Body: Nesbit & Goldman...24 // The Limits of Bodily Disciplinization: Houdini...27 // Middle Class Bodies and “the Other”: // Father and Mother...28 // The Great Manipulator with a Cold Body: J. Ward Moorehouse...34 // The Price of Class: Eleanor Stoddard...42 // The Docile Female Body: Janey...46 // Conclusion...51 // Notes...52 // Mexico...54 // Radical with a Different Cause: Mac...54 // A Successful Revolutionary: Younger Brother...60 // Mexico: The Space Outside...62 // Conclusion...f...66 // Notes...67 // Film...69 // Structural Affinities: Griffith, Eisenstein, Dos Passos...71 // Newsreel and The Camera Eye...72 // 5 // The Ambiguities of American Success: Tateh...74 // Conclusion...80 // Music...81 // Ragtime in Ragtime...81 // The Master of Ragtime: Scott Joplin...88 // The Ragtime Revival...91 // Dos Passos’ Popular: A Modernist’s Elitism...94 // Conclusion...97 // Notes...98 // Race...99 // Racism and Radical Resistance: Coalhouse Walker Jr...100 // The Limits of Vision: John Dos Passos...103 // Conclusion...109 // Notes...HO // Literature and Works Cited...112 // Index // 114 // Index // A // A Guest of Honor 89 Alexander’s Ragtime Band 87 Alger, Horatio 52, 74 Altman, Robert 98 // Autobiog.raphy_af-an feColored Man 87 // K // Bach, Johann, Sebastian 86 Bara, Theda
60 Barth, John 22 Bartky, Sandra, Lee 24,25 Battleship Potemkin 72 Beard, Charles 19 Becker, Carl 19 Beethoven, Ludwig, van 86 Benchley, Peter 93 Berger, Thomas 21,22 Berlin, Edward, A. 85, 87, 92 Berlin, Irving 87 Birth of a Nation 72,92 Black Panthers 102 Bland, Gladwin 106 Bloom, Allan 86 Bond, Carrie Jacobs 84 Bordman, Gerald 90 Brechtian theater 16 Bryan, William, Jennings 94 Burbank, Luther 94 // K // Carnegie, Andrew 94 Carranza, Venustiano 64 Carr, Virginia, Spencer 72 Cladel, Paul 17 Clark, Michael 34, 53,72,107 Colley, lain 34,53,57,110,111 // Collier, James, Lincoln 88,89 cultural poetics 11 Customizing the Body 23 // D // Davis, Gussie 84 de Laurentiis, Dino 98 Debs, Eugene, V. 63,94 deconstruction 12 Derrida, Jacques 12 Discipline and Punish 23 Ditsky, John 22 // Doctorow, and cultural construction of the body 23 // Doctorow, and cultural construction of the female body 24-27 Doctorow, and developments in American academia 18 Doctorow, and ethnocentrism of American society 32 Doctorow, and fictionality of real-life characters 22 Doctorow, and Foucault 23 Doctorow, and his political views 15 Doctorow, and historical accuracy 102-103 Doctorow, and “historicism” 18 Doctorow, and indeterminacy of experience 18, 33-34 // Doctorow, and narrative construction of history 18-20 Doctorow, and popular culture 28, 81,97 Doctorow, and “the other” bodies 31-32 Doctorow, similarity to Dos Passos 20-21 Dos Passos, and Eliots influence 17-18 Dos Passos, and fictionality of
real-life characters 22 Dos Passos, and his political views 15 Dos Passos, and Marxism 110-111 Dos Passos, and Modernism 15-18 // Dos Passos, and narrative methods 16-18 Dos Passos, and personal past 16-17 Dos Passos, and simultaneity of experience 17 // Dos Passos, and the failure of the workers’ movement 59 Dos Passos, and the method of montage 17 Dos Passos, similarity to Doctorow 20-21 Dreiser, Theodore 84 Dresser, Paul 84,89 Du Bois, W.E.B. 102,105 Duncan, Isadora 94 // E // Eagleton, Terry 10,12 // Edison, Thomas, Alva 14,94 // Eisenstein, Sergei 71 // Eisentein, Sergei 80 // Eliot, Thomas, Stearns 16,17,84,85,95 // Ellison, Ralph 109 // Everyman His Own Historian 19 // 22 // F // False Documents 18,19,90,102 feminism 12 // film, in American society 69 Fishkin, Shelley, Fisher 73 Fitzgerald, Francis, Scott 105 Folley, Barbara 21,22 Ford, Henry 63 Forman, Miloš 92,98 Foucauldian approach 12 Foucault, Michel 23,24, 51 Fowles.John 21,22 // Fragments for a History of the Human Body 23 // G // Goldman, Emma 14,24,25,26,42,51,63,94, 98 // Gorgias 18 gospel of health 27 Gosset, Thomas, F 106 Grass, Günter 22 Griffith, D.W. 71,72, 80,92 Gurvich 63 // H // Harris, Charles, K. 84 Hart, Jeffrey 93 Harvey, David 24,63 Haywood, “Big Bill” 14, 75,94 Hemingway, Ernest 105 // Hill, George, Roy 91 // History of Sexuality, Vol 1 23 // Hitler, Adolf 85 // Hodgins 111 // Hook, Andrew 17,108 // Horatio Alger myth 52 // Houdini, Harry 27, 28, 41, 51, 52, 83, 94 // Ch // Chopin, Kate 30
// I // internalisation trap 25 Invisible Man 109,110 // J // Jasen, David, A. 89, 90,92 laws 93 // Johnson, James, Weldon 87 // Joplin, Scott 82,86,87,88,89,90,91,92,94,99 // Joyce, James 16,17 // Keith, Minor, C. 94 Kern, Stephen 16,17 // King, Marlin, Luther, Jr. 102 Kleist, Heinrich von 22 Kriegel, Leonard 22 Ku-Klux-Klan 105 // L // La Follette, Robert, Marion 94 Landsberg, Melvin 18,57 Lears, Jackson, T.J. 20 Lee, Ivy 106 // I.evine, Paul 16,22,82,93 Levy, Paul 102 Loon Lake 93 Lowry, E.D. 17 Luther, Thomas 22 // M // Mailer, Norman 22 Malamud, Bernard 22 Malcolm X 102 // Maple Leaf Rag 82,86,88,89 Marquez, Gabriel, Garcia 21,22 Marx, Karl 106 Mascia-Lees, Frances, E. 23 // Michael Kohlhaas 22 Michener, Trebor, Jay 92 Models of Misrepresentation 12 Monroe, Marilyn 60 Montrose, Louis 9,11 Morgan, J.P 22,25,26,42,64,98 Morris, Christopher 12 Münsterberg, Hugo 78 // N // Nation of Islam 102 // National Board of Censorship 76,77 // National Review 93 // Nesbit, Evelyn 24,25,26,27,28,42, 51,60, // 63,67, 75,83,94,97, 98 new criticism 10 new historicism 10,12 New York Review of Books 93 Newman, Paul 92 Nietsche, Friedrich 18 No Place of Grace Antimodernism and the // 1880-1920 20 Nye, Russel 83, 84,98 // K // O’Malley, Michael 69,71,76,78 One Hundred Years .KKKіішk 21 Orwell, George 25 Ovid 33 // P // Painter, Nell, Irving 78 Paris Review Interviews 53 Parks, John, G. 20,82,93,102 Peary 29,31,32,33, 52,98 Pen Warren, Robert 22 Physical Culture 27 // Pizer, Donald 16,17,18,34,
50,53,56,57,71, 73,97,105,107,108 Plato 85 // Plessy v. Fergusson 105 Porter, Edwin, S. 69,70 Pynchon, Thomas 22 // R // Ragtime, and bourgeois sexuality 29-30 Ragtime, and condemnation of racism 103 Ragtime, and “falsifications of history” 102-KK // Raglime. and film 74-80 Ragtime, and Foucauldian notions of the body 23-24 // Ragtime, and impossibility of realism 103 // Ragtime, and Mexican space 62-67 Ragtime, and popular culture 94 Ragtime, and popular culture — film 76 Ragtime, and popular culture — music 81 Ragtime, and racial injustice 60, 61 Ragtime, and “ragtime revival” of the 1970s 91-93 // Ragtime, and similarity to The 42nd Parallel 14 // Ragtime, and the American dream 79 Ragtime, and the film version 98 Ragtime, and the strike at Lawrence, Mass. // 63,75,77 Reagan, Ronald 41 Redford, Robert 92 Reitman, Ben 14 Representations 23 Rifkin, Joshua 91 Rockefeller, John, D. 25, 26,42 Roosevelt, Theodore 69, 87 // s // Sale, Roger 93 Salzman, Arthur 100 Seelye.John 21 Sharpe, Patricia 23 Schwartz, Delmore 71 Sinclair, Upton 58 Skácel, Jan 13 Solzhenitsyn, Alexander 22 // Stade, George 82 Stark 89 // Steiner, George 16 Steinmetz, Charles, Proteus 94 Styron, William 22 // T // Taft, William, Howard 28 Ten Days that Shook the World 72 Thaw, Harry, K. 26,60 // The Body in Pain 23 The Entertainer 91,92  // The German Source of Ragtime: A Note 22 The Life of an American Fireman 69 The Sting 91,92 ’Ihe Tremulous Private Body 23 77)« Waste Land 17,84,95 The Woman
in the Body 23 The Word Made Flesh 23 The 42 Parallel, and depiction of Mexican women 65-66 // K and class struggle 106-107 The 42nd Parallel, and female careers 42-53 K and film 71-72 d. and gender in turn-of-the--century US 46-52 // ’1, and Mexican space 62-65 d, and race 104-110 , and similarity to Ragtime 14 // The 42nd Parallel, and the Camera Eye Sections 72 The 42nd. Parallel and popular culture 94-97 Tichenor, Trebor, Jay 89,90 Tin Pan Alley 86 Tocqueville, Alexis de 86 Treemonisha 88,89,90,92 Trenner, Richard 22,90,102 Trilling, Lionel 108 Twain, Mark 55,104 // u // Ulysses 17 // U.S.A. 73,95,105,107,108 U.S.A.. and (Waste/Land) 17,95 // Valentino, Rudolph 94 Veeser, Aram.H. 9,11 Villa, Pancho 63 // w // Walker 90 “Wall Street Rag” 82 Washington, Booker, T 102 What Are Historical Facts? 19 Whipple, K.K. 108 While, Hayden 19 White, Stanford 26,60 Whitman, Walt 17 Williams 90 // Wobblies, (I.W.W.) 55, 57, 58, 75,106 // Woolf, Virginia 16 // Written History as an Act of Faith 19 // z // Zapata, Emiliano 61, 62, 63, 64,65,66

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