3 edition of Slumming in New York found in the catalog.
Slumming in New York
Robert M. Dowling
|Statement||Robert M. Dowling.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
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Slumming in New York shows how the city's rich and poor, foreign-born and native-born, competed for a voice from such diverse vantage points as the East Side waterfront, the Bowery, the Tenderloin's "black bohemia," the Jewish Lower East Side, and mythic by: Slumming in New York From the Waterfront to Mythic Harlem.
A penetrating study of the literary writings that transformed New York City's moral threats into cultural treasures. This remarkable exploration of the underbelly of New York City life from to takes readers through the city's inexhaustible variety of distinctive neighborhood.
Beginning in the s with white males visiting prostitutes or gamblers in the working-class and immigrant neighborhoods in New York’s Harlem and Chicago’s Bronzeville, slumming extended to middle-class whites visiting these areas, usually in the company of a police officer, as a new form of recreation spurred by curiosity and desire.
Slumming in New York shows how the city's rich and poor, foreign-born and native-born, competed for a voice from such diverse vantage points as the East Side waterfront, the Bowery, the Tenderloin's "black bohemia," the Jewish Lower East Side, and mythic igating a wide range of New York Slumming in New York book narratives in which mainstream.
Ina headline in The New York Times proclaimed: “A fashionable London mania reaches ng parties to be the rage this winter.” It was one of the early indicators of what grew to be an entertainment phenomenon that lasted decades: well-off white New Yorkers exploring black, Chinese, gay or poor working-class communities.
From its appearance as a “fashionable dissipation” centered on the immigrant and working-class districts of s New York through its spread to Chicago and into the s nightspots frequented by lesbians and gay men, Slumming charts the development of this popular pastime, demonstrating how its moralizing origins were soon outstripped by.
By focusing on the nightlife of New York and Chicago, this book delineates the crucial historical moment when slumming captured the popular imagination—and the pocketbooks—of well-to-do white Americans, demonstrating how this distinctive cultural practice transformed racial and sexual ideologies in the United States.
'Slumming' is actually three different stories in one book, all connected in some ways. The three main characters (Sam, Nikki, and Alicia) all tell their stories, which each deal with a new, life-changing experiment they decided to s: 7. The Oxford English Dictionary dates the first use of the word slumming to In London, people visited slum neighborhoods such as Whitechapel or Shoreditch in order to observe life in this situation.
By wealthier people in New York City began to visit the Bowery and the Five Points, Manhattan on the Lower East Side, neighborhoods of poor immigrants, to see "how the other half lives". Get this from a library. Slumming in New York: from the waterfront to mythic Harlem.
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Robert M. Dowling. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, Pp. ix+ Keith Gandal. City College of New York. Slumming. Kristen D. Randle. HarperCollins, - Juvenile Fiction - pages.
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A new word burst into popular usage to describe these descents into the precincts of poverty to see how the poor lived: slumming. In this captivating book, Seth Koven paints a vivid portrait of the practitioners of slumming and their world: who they were, why they went, what they claimed to have found, how it changed them, and how slumming, in.
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Getting A Head Start On The Competition: Union College’s Dickens in America. Although marks the bicentennial of Charles Dickens‘s birth, Union College in Schenectady, New York is jumping the gun with an exhibit at the Schaffer Library entitled Dickens in America.
The Schaffer is showcasing several rare volumes of the author’s works, including a recently acquired first edition of A.
Although Slumming in New York is firmly grounded in literary history, it is no less interdisciplinary, correcting misunderstood histories and uncovering forgotten texts by "outsiders" writing on specific districts of late-nineteenth-and early-twentieth-century New York City from a range of moral, psychological, and ethnographic motivations.
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Her stories have been published in The Paris Review, The New Yorker, and Granta, and have earned her a Pushcart Prize, an O.
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When he became a reporter for the New York Tribune inRiis was assigned to investigate and report on the police investigations taking .