appal studies 2

appal studies 2 - 1 question bout Cherokee 2 question early...

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1 question bout Cherokee 2 question early region 1 question pre Civil War issues 1 question post Civil War issues The local color movement—was condescending and exploitive the writers looked down on their subjects…. Setting frequently was remote and not accessible in nature Characters were characteritures stereotypical of real people Narrator tend to be educated observers from the outside world Said the mountaineers were lazy, whiskey chugging, do nothing people After Civil War there was a lot of violence and chaotic (used to Civil War and using violence) But the local color movement exaggerated it was even the predominated thing going on. regional literature typically fiction but you find some realism because there are small details (after civil war) 2 appalachias—the real one --- stranger place full of hillbillys (prior to Civil War they had accents and things but they weren’t so different) (stereotyping begin in 1800s after rapid industrialization) missions/ industrial/color movement= started changing Appalachia
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