She also observes that broadside
ballads drew their norms for appropriate feminine behavior from conduct books and marriage guides, such as William Whately's A bride-bush and William Gouge's Of domesticall duties.
In this case, I suspect it goes back specifically to the new historicism of Bruce Smith, whose contention it is that the broadside
ballad was 'more than a genre or print medium but rather a complete system of communication' (p.
I believe the best bow shot to take on a deer is directly broadside
In the early years of Broadside
Press, the literature was married with artwork, for many of the leaflets were illustrated and suitable for framing.
In fact, the idea was hatched at a small memorial for children's writer Beverly Allenson, a Broadside
collective member who recently passed away.
An American broadside
description of the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Perhaps sensing what Perloff later observes about the materiality lacking in free verse poetry of the fifties and sixties, Baskin's broadside
printing adds textured, physical interest to poetry during that period.
Seidman begins his eight-chapter volume with key definitions of broadsides
(crude, limited-run prints printed on one side of a sheet of paper), banners, and posters.
ballad constitutes one of the oldest forms of popular culture in Europe and America.
The document is one of about six known existing broadside
copies of the Declaration that were printed in Boston about a week after the July 4, 1776, signing in Philadelphia.
I look forward--if and when you do your next article about this subject--to your at least remembering that Broadside
Press is still in business.