Examines the exchange between literature and recreational practices in 1930s America.Despite his immense size, the man was aso well put together that the impressiona is one of immense strength. ... his hand muscles to the point where athey were like cushioned steel, capable ofwithstanding the most violent shock. ... 6 The figuratively reinforced ego is in this manner protected from the terrifying possibility of dissolving amid the flow of the individuala#39;s libido. ... For the Freikorps officers, this danger from the outside took shape as the Red Flood of communist insurgency.
|Title||:||Literature, Amusement, and Technology in the Great Depression|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2009-10-01|