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Popular Culture: 1920-1939
Popular Culture: 1920-1939
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Heinemann-Raintree Middle School Nonfiction

Popular Culture: 1920-1939

Who were the flappers? What were “talkies?” What was the Harlem Renaissance? Covers the effect of prohibition and the newfound freedom of women on the popular culture of the era. The effects of the Great Depression, as well as the rise of communism and fascism is also discussed in terms of their impact on popular culture.

6-Pack ISBN978-1-4109-4636-2
Lexile Level1070L
ATOS Level7.7
Text TypeInformational Text
Page Count64
SeriesA History of Popular Culture


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Jane Bingham

Jane Bingham

Jane Bingham is an experienced writer for young adults. She has written over 100 nonfiction books on a variety of topics. Jane has a first class degree in English Literature and an M. Phil in History of Art and is currently a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Oxford Brookes University. She has two sons and three stepsons and lives in Oxford, England.

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