Paging New Jersey: A Literary Guide to the Garden State

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Paging New Jersey *
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One - The Writers 5
  • Philip Freneau 7
  • Further Reading *
  • James Fenimore Cooper *
  • Further Reading *
  • Mary Griffith 17
  • Further Reading *
  • Walt Whitman *
  • Further Reading *
  • Mary Mapes Dodge *
  • Further Reading *
  • Thomas Nast *
  • Further Reading *
  • Mary Wilkins Freeman 37
  • Further Reading *
  • Stephen Crane *
  • Further Reading *
  • Albert Payson Terhune 46
  • Further Reading *
  • William Carlos Williams 50
  • Further Reading *
  • Joyce Kilmer *
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  • Allen Ginsberg *
  • Further Reading 61
  • Mary Higgins Clark 62
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  • Toni Morrison *
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  • Amiri Baraka (leroi Jones) 71
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  • Joyce Carol Oates 76
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  • Peter Benchley *
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  • Anna Quindlen 84
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  • Part Two - The Books 89
  • Cheaper by the Dozen (1949) 91
  • Further Reading *
  • Goodbye, Columbus (1959) *
  • Further Reading *
  • The Pine Barrens (1969) *
  • Further Reading *
  • Eddie and the Cruisers (1980) *
  • Further Reading *
  • Jersey Luck (1980) 109
  • Further Reading 112
  • Rosamund's Vision (1983) *
  • Further Reading 116
  • Laying Down the Law (1989) *
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  • One for the Money (1994) 120
  • Further Reading *
  • Our Guys (1997) *
  • Further Reading *
  • Lost Legends of New Jersey (2000) *
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  • Part Three - The History 133
  • Searching for Captain Kidd's Treasure 135
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  • Burr, Hamilton, and the Duel of History in Weehawken 141
  • Further Reading *
  • The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping 148
  • Further Reading *
  • The Hindenburg Disaster *
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  • The Trials of Rubin “hurricane” Carter *
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  • Part Four - A Literary Miscellany 169
  • Mobbed in New Jersey 171
  • Further Reading *
  • On the (paper) Trail of the New Jersey Devil 179
  • Further Reading *
  • Dodge Poetry Festival *
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  • The New Jersey Literary Hall of Fame 190
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  • Stages of Greatness: A Survey of the History of Theater in New Jersey 194
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  • Reaching Critical Mass in the Garden State *
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  • Stoned in New Jersey 207
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  • Index 211
  • About the Author 219
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