Don’t forget Chasteen’s glossary. See, for example, “Porfiriato” and “Progress”:
Apocalypse (Germany)/ Group 9
Alien (US)/ Group 4
Battle Royale (Japan)/ Group 8
Children of Men (UK/US)/ Group 12
A Cure for Wellness (US/EU)/ Group 6
Dark City (Australia)/ Group 5
District 9 (S. Africa)/ Group 1
eXistenZ (Canada)/ Group 10
Inception (US)/ Group 2
Pi (US)/ Group 3
Sleep Dealer (Mexico)/ Group 11
Snow Piercer (Korea)/ Group 7
No English subtitles but it’s easy enough to follow along. Santa’s first night at the brothel is at about the 17 minute mark.
Here are a few songs from the era:
For context, here’s a post I wrote quite awhile ago about the Great Depression:
To get a better sense of storyworld as a narratological concept, take a look at this definition: Storyworld
Discovery of America: Vespucci Landing in America by Jan van der Straet, called Stradanus (Netherlandish, Bruges 1523-1605 Florence). Created ca. 1587-89.
This drawing is the basis of a famous copy, an engraving by Theodor Gall:
What would Lester K. Spence say about this?