The Pulps: Fifty Years of American Pop Culture
Chelsea House, 1970 - American fiction - 239 pages
This book is the first survey and anthology of art and literature from the period 1896 to 1953. It contains 100 full color reproductions of rare origional cover art and more than 50 stories, poems, features, and articles, none of which have ever been in hardcovers.They are presented with their original black and white illustrations and ads and are integrated into their social context through commentary by the editor.--Publisher's description.
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