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Meridel Le Sueur (1900-1996)

(see also American Radicalism)

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On the Web: Articles

Tryptich Time: The Experiential Historiography of Meridel Le Sueur's The Dread Road. Paula E. Geyh, Criticism (win 01).

A Multivoice Memorial for Meridel Le Sueur. Karl Young, Linda Montano, Pauline Oliveros & Joe Napora (1998).

Obituary. Wolfgang Saxon, NY Times (11/24/96).

On the Web: Specialized Sites

In the Library: Articles

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Boehnlein, James. The Sociocognitive Rhetoric of Meridel Le Sueur: Feminist Discourse & Reportage of the Thirties (Lewiston NY: Edward Mellen, 1994).

Coiner, Constance. Better Red: The Writing & Resistance of Tillie Olsen & Meridel Le Sueur (NY: Oxford, 1995).

Le Sueur, Meridel. Crusaders: The Radical Legacy of Marian & Arthur Le Sueur [1955] (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, 1984).

__________. Corn Village: A Selection (Sauk City WI: Stanton & Lee, 1970).

__________. Ripening: Selected Work, 1927-1980 (Old Westbury NY: 1982).

__________. Worker Writers (Minneapolis: West End, 1982).

__________. Women on the Breadlines (Minneapolis: West End, 1984).

__________. Harvest Song: Collected Essays & Stories (Albuquerque NM: West End, 1990).

McAnally, Mary (ed.) We Sing Our Struggle: A Tribute to Us All, for Meridel Le Sueur (Tulsa OK: Cardinal, 1982).

Roberts, Nora Ruth. Three Radical Women Writers: Class & Gender in Meridel Le Sueur, Tillie Olsen & Josephine Herbst (NY: Garland, 1996).

Schleuning, Neala. America, Song We Sang Without Knowing: The Life & Ideas of Meridel Le Seuer (Mankato MN: Little Red Hen, 1983).

In the Library: Fiction

Le Sueur, Meridel. North Star Country [1984] (Minneapolis: U. of Minnesota, 1998).

__________. Salute to Spring (NY: International, 1940).

__________. The Girl : Novel (Cambridge MA: West End, 1978).

__________. Harvest & Song for My Time: Stories (Minneapolis: West End & MEP, 1982).

__________. I Hear Men Talking & Other Stories (Minneapolis: West End, 1984).

__________. Winter Prairie Woman: A Short Story (Minneapolis: Minnesota Center for Book Arts, 1990).

__________. The Dread Road (Albuquerque NM: West End, 1991).

In the Library: For Young Readers

Le Sueur, Meridel. Little Brother of the Wilderness: The Story of Johnny Appleseed [1947] (Stevens Point WI: Holy Cow!, 1987).

__________. Nancy Hanks of Wilderness Road: A Story of Abraham Lincoln's Mother (NY: Knopf, 1949).

__________. Chanticleer of Wilderness Road: A Story of Davy Crockett [1951] (Stevens Point WI: Holy Cow!, 1990).

__________. The River Road: A Story of Abraham Lincoln [1954] (Duluth MN: Holy Cow!, 1991).

__________. Conquistadores (NY: F. Watts, 1973).

__________. Sparrow Hawk (Stevens Point WI: Holy Cow!, 1987).

In the Library: Poetry

In the Library: Drama

In the Library: Photography

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