Rusticity Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Rusticity

  1. American Gothic Grant Wood’s painting of stern Iowan farming couple. [Am. Art: Osborne, 1215]
  2. Audrey awkward rural wench who jilts a countryman for a clown. [Br. Drama: Shakespeare As You Like It]
  3. Caudill, Boone epitome of the mountain man. [Am. Lit.: The Big Sky]
  4. Compleat Angler, The fishing, hunting, and philosophizing in rural surroundings. [Br. Lit.: Izaac Walton The Compleat Angler]
  5. Currier and Ives makers of colorful lithographs of scenes of nature and outdoor recreation. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 699]
  6. North Woods forest and lake region; setting for lumberjack legends. [Am. Lit.: Hart, 607]
  7. Petticoat Junction farce set in rural America. [TV: Terrace, II, 205–206]
  8. shtetl any small-town Jewish settlement in East Europe. [Jewish Hist.: Wigoder, 552]