Stebbing , Grace . Gold and Glory ; or , Wild Ways of Other Days . London , 1882 ;
also THE PERPLEXED PROMISE The Image of the United States in. printed
under the title A Real Hero , or Gold and Glory : A Story of the Conquest of
Author: Sigmund Skard
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
American studies in the scholarly sense are old in Europe. But academic chairs and research institutions were late in developing, as they were in the United States themselves. In most European universities the subject was firmly established only after the Second World War. The University of Oslo in Norway in 1946 founded a full professorship of American literature, the first of its kind in Scandinavia, and in 1948 an American Institute. In the following year the Institute started a series of book publications in cooperation with the University of Pennsylvania. This is the second of two volumes titled Americana Norvegica.
The wild ways of other days , so far as old times in America can illustrate them ,
are set forth in an English book written for young people , entitled , Gold and
Glory . It is an his . torical romance of the time of the discovery by Columbus .
Author: Sidney Smith Rider
Consisting of literary gossip, criticisms of books and local historical matters connected with Rhode Island.
Vols. for 1898-1968 include a directory of publishers.
American national trade bibliography.