Ranjit Dighe

Ranji Dighe


 

The Historian's Huck Finn: Reading Mark Twain's Masterpiece as Social and Economic History Cover Image
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ISBN: 9781610699419
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Published: Praeger - April 30th, 2016

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is widely regarded as a classic American novel--a groundbreaking one in which the author attempts to accurately portray society through the use of at-times coarse vernacular English. In this book, readers can experience the full text of Twain's Huckleberry Finn accompanied by annotations in footnote form throughout.


The Historian's Huck Finn: Reading Mark Twain's Masterpiece as Social and Economic History Cover Image
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ISBN: 9781440833489
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Published: Praeger - April 30th, 2016

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is widely regarded as a classic American novel--a groundbreaking one in which the author attempts to accurately portray society through the use of at-times coarse vernacular English. In this book, readers can experience the full text of Twain's Huckleberry Finn accompanied by annotations in footnote form throughout.


The Historian's Wizard of Oz: Reading L. Frank Baum's Classic as a Political and Monetary Allegory Cover Image
By Ranjit S. Dighe (Editor), Ranjit S. Dighe (Other)
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ISBN: 9780275974190
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Published: Praeger Publishers - June 2002

The Historian's Wizard of Oz synthesizes four decades of scholarly interpretations of L. Frank Baum's classic children's novel as an allegory of the Gilded Age political economy and a comment on the gold standard.


The Historian's Wizard of Oz: Reading L. Frank Baum's Classic as a Political and Monetary Allegory Cover Image
By Ranjit S. Dighe (Editor), Ranjit S. Dighe (Other)
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ISBN: 9780275974183
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Published: Praeger Publishers - June 2002

The Historian's Wizard of Oz synthesizes four decades of scholarly interpretations of L. Frank Baum's classic children's novel as an allegory of the Gilded Age political economy and a comment on the gold standard.