5 edition of Dime novels found in the catalog.
Edmund Lester Pearson
Bibliography: p. 271-272.
|Statement||by Edmund Pearson.|
|LC Classifications||PS374.D5 P4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 280 p.|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||29023770|
Issued in series: Frank Reade Weekly Magazine ; no. Published under the pseudonym “Noname.” “Ma ” Topics: Dime novels, American -- Specimen. A facsimilie reprint by the Dime Novel Club, this is an exact copy of the original, in number of pages, size, style of type and illustrations. Issued in series: New York detective library ; vol. 1, no. Pulp literature, American, Dime novels, American -- Specimen. Dime Novels. 11 Vol no. 5: The boy pilot of Lake Michigan.
This was one of the last love libraries in dime novel format. It was published bi-weekly from July to December and was sold for 15 cents an issue. The format was a standard dime novel size, 4 7/8 x 7 inches in size with color illustrations on the covers. In America these pulp novels were known as "Dime Novels" and are thought to have begun with Beadle & Adams "Beadle’s Dime" Novel series in AD, the first book of which was "Maleaska, the Indian Wife of the White Hunter" (written by Ann S. Stephens).
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Books shelved as dime-novels: It Started That Night by Virna DePaul, Two Wrongs Make a Marriage by Christine Merrill, Dime novels book Lady Dares by Bronwyn Scott, Not. This is not a book I would ordinarily have read on my own.
It was recommended in Dime novels book online course on mystery and suspense writing. it is one of the classic dime novels which, while not literary masterpieces themselves, were critical in developing the genre.
This may well be the best example. A dime novel was a cheap and generally sensational tale of adventure sold as popular entertainment in the s. Dime novels can be considered the paperback books of their day, and they often featured tales of mountain men, explorers, soldiers, detectives, or Indian fighters.
Dime Novel Collection Popular paperback fiction, nineteenth century, (approximat titles). I n Irwin P. Beadle & Company became the first American publisher to issue paperback fiction in a series at the fixed price of ten cents a volume. The first dime novels were largely Indian and pioneer tales that were highly moralistic in spirit.
Beadle's Dime Book of Fun Beadle's Dime Classic Stories Beadle's Dime Dialogues Beadle's Dime Fiction Beadle's Dime Handbooks Beadle's Dime Library of Choice Fiction Beadle's Dime Novels Beadle's Dime Song Books Beadle's Dime Speakers Beadle's Dime Tales, Traditions and Romance of Border and Revolutionary Times.
Kathleen Kent is the author of the Edgar Award-nominated The Dime, as well as the bestselling historical novels The Heretic's Daughter, The Traitor's Wife, and The Outcasts. Kent lives in Dallas, TX. Kent lives in Dallas, TX/5(95).
Dime is the fictional story of a thirteen-year-old foster child who thinks shes been rescued by Daddy when he gives her a REAL winter coat with pockets and promises, promises, promises. Dime is quiet and observant; she listens and sees.
And she can read/5. Dime novels were a format of inexpensive popular fiction produced in the United States between and Available for as little as a nickel or as much as a dime, they opened up leisure reading for the masses in a way previously not possible.
Full text PDFs for several Dime Novels are listed below. Additional digitized dime novels can be found at Northern Illinois University and the University of South Florida.
Highlight: Adventures with Intelligent Apes Treasure of the Golden Crater from Adventure Library, No. 94, Street and Smith, What are dime novels.
Dime novels were a publishing phenomenon that occurred in the United States starting in and lasted until the early 20 th century. Dime novels were short works of fiction that were printed on cheap newsprint, bound in paper, and usually sold for a dime.
Dime novels and series books have, for a century and a half, provided the terrain for a contest over children’s reading. Taking the high ground are reading experts—teachers, librarians, andAuthor: Catherine Sheldrick Ross. About Whitman Publishing Whitman Publishing is the leading producer of numismatic reference books, supplies, and products to display and store coins and paper money.
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Dime Novels were the predecessors of these comic-books and were named so because of their price, a dime. For a large period of time western dime novels became greatly popular among the United States as it projected the gunslinger cowboys Author: Yusuf Qutbuddin.
Why shell out when you can read hundreds of novels without paying a dime. If you're like me, books are a refuge. I don't discriminate when it comes to a. Dime novels thrived in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in the United States. Erastus Beadle published the first dime novel inand his quick success prompted many other firms to enter the market.
Dime novels were short works of fiction, usually focused on the dramatic exploits of a single heroic character. Great deals on Dime Novels Books.
Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items. Dime novels also played an important role in the communication circuit. First-hand accounts of dime novel authors can give book historians a glimpse into the communication circuit during this trend.
Gilbert Patten () an author of dime novels shares his experience as an author of this format. The character of Nancy Drew – ghostwritten and credited to the pseudonymous Carolyn Keene – has appeared in a number of series over the years. Nancy Drew books have been published as ofin nine series, as follows: BOOK SERIES 1.
titles. to original Nancy Drew Mystery Stories. 47 titles. Nancy Drew, Girl Detective. 19 titles. current. Nancy Drew. The format and construction of our “Dime Novel” Edition is all-new for us.
They’re 4¼"× 6½", right between our “Memo Book” and “Note Book” sizes. The # French Paper Co. Construction “Safety Orange” cover is far more durable than what was used on the original Dime Novels, and the “Natural White” Strathmore Premium 70# you’ll find inside is the highest-quality body.
"beadle's dime novels. Incomparable in excellence--unapproachable in Price. The series of novels published by Beadle & Company, No. William-St., New-York, possess several distinguishing features, which the public should ever bear in mind in the midst of the multiplicity of "ten cent" and other books (chiefly reprints) which have recently.
American author Michael Connelly is famous for his detective novels starring Harry Bosch. The popular series of books features LAPD detective Harry Bosch solving many mysteries and crimes.Great deals on Dime Novel In Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items!Filed under: Dime novels -- Bibliography.
The Beadle Collection of Dime Novels Given to the New York Public Library by Dr. Frank P. O'Brien (), by New York Public Library (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Dime novels, American -- Bibliography.
Dime Novel Authors, (Grafton, MA: R. F. Cummings, ), by William.