Mary Pickford: Hollywood and the New Woman

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Avalon Publishing, 23 feb. 2016 - 192 páginas
This is a brief biography that explores Mary Pickford's life. This book is a part of Westview’s “On the World Stage”series, edited by Bonnie Smith. Each title in the series features brief biographies of figures whose lives serve as a lens onto a major trend, event, movement, or crisis of their eras, and whose stories will be the entry point for a deeper understanding of a particular historical time.
 

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A Star and a Producer Are Born 19131916
53
Americas Sweetheart and American Empire
78
American Royalty Hollywood Style
102
Weathering Personal Industrial and Economic Crises
123
Epilogue
160
STUDY QUESTIONS
179
INDEX
193
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Kathleen Feeley is associate professor in the Department of History and an advisory board member of the Women’s and Gender Studies program and the Visual and Media Studies program at the University of Redlands. She is co-editor (with Jennifer Frost) of When Private Talk Goes Public: Gossip in American History (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014). She is at work on “The Mightiest Publicity Powers on Earth”: The Rise of the Hollywood Press Corps in Mid-Twentieth-Century America. A former associate editor of Reviews in American History, she writes and teaches on media, gender, and popular and political culture in modern U.S. history.

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