Hewett - Thayer , Harvey W. American Literature as Viewed in Germany , 1818–
1861 . Chapel Hill , 1958 . " Yankee Doodle in Germany , " German - American
Review , XVI , iii ( February , 1950 ) , 27–29 . ... American Authors , 1600—1900 .
Whiteness visible : the meaning of whiteness in American literature and culture /
Valerie Babb . New York ... Chicago : University of Chicago Press , c1996 . xi ,
287 p .; 95-029993 810.9 / 001 0226492826 American literature -- 1783-1850 --
History and criticism . National ... 1600-1775 -- Biobibliography -- Dictionaries .
Publisher: Best Books
Books recommended for undergraduate and college libraries listed by Library of Congress Classification Numbers.
12 vols.; The Oxford Companion to American Literature, by James D. Hart, rev. ed
. 1948 ... 1955; and American Authors, 1600–1900: A Biographical Dictionary of American Literature, ed. by Stanley Kunitz and others, 1938. ... Wright, L. H. American Fiction: 1774–1850: A Contribution Toward a Bibliography, rev. ed.,
AMERICAN LITERATURE ( Continued ) -1783-1850 — H'STORY AND
CRITICISM -ADDRESSES , ESSAYS ... PS3531.56544L3 814.52dc19 81-4695
MACR 2 MARC Early American literature : a collection of critical essays / edited by Michael T. Gilmore . ... 1600-1775 -- History and criticism Addresses , essays ,
AMERICAN PROSE FICTION SERIES 1774 1900 STII . 1945A III . 885 111. 1998
III .. 886 III 1055 III 897 III.1112 III . 898 III.1141 III . .920 111.1142 III . 928 VE AMERICAN PROSE FICTION SERIES 1774 - 1900 III.1269 III.1600 III.1280. 165.
Autobiography - - African American authors . African American women in literature . Autobiography - - Women authors . LC Classification : PS366 . A35
B73 1989 Dewey Class No . : 818 / . 08 19 Americans in literature . Literature and
Author: Paul Q. Tilden
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
Category: Literary Collections
Having its origins in the slave narratives and the folktales transmitted orally during that period, the literature of the African American has been rich and varied. Beginning with the first published work of fiction (Clotel; Or, the President's Daughter) in 1853, continuing under the influence of W.E.B. Du Bois during the first part of this century, and reaching a flowering during the Harlem Renaissance, major contributions have been made to American literature. Today African American writers, such as Toni Morrison, Alex Haley, and Maya Angelou are recognized as among the most significant and popular authors in this country. This new book presents an important overview of African-American literature as well as a comprehensive bibliography with easy access provided by title, subject, and author indexes.
American Prose Fiction : 1914 to the tural manifestations in relation to American
Present . ( 3 ) Mr . Owen . literature . First term , 1850 - 1918 ; second term , 1918
to present . 1896 . Special Problems in ... First term , 1600term , the application .
Lvl 1 : American history ; American society & culture , 1850-1900 ; state Course
contact : Dr H J Lavalle literature ; American politics ... Lvl 2 : More specialised
modules on American politics ; social issues ; Literature American literature in the American literature ... either American literature or America 1600-1715 ;
revolutionary studies ; American literature ; nature history , as appropriate &
A study of Macaulay , Mill , Carlyle , Ruskin , Newman , Arnold , Huxley , and
related writers of the period in the field of prose . ( 3 ) II ( Shine ) 108a -
PRINCIPLES OF LITERARY ... A course designed to show the development and
tendencies in Continental , British , and American dramatic literature , 1850 to
date . ( 3 ) ( Adler ) 117a - WORKSHOP IN IMAGINATIVE ... ( 3 ) ( Spivey , Jacobs
) 124a - ENGLISH LITERATURE : 1500-1600 . Literature of the Elizabethan
period exclusive of the ...
A study of all of Milton's poetry and of his more important prose ; readings from
contemporary thinkers ; studies in thought currents of the time and Milton's
relation to them . ( 3 ) ( Stroup ) 105 - CHAUCER . ... A course designed to show
the development and tendencies in Continental , British , and American dramatic literature , 1850 to date . ( 3 ) ( Adler ) 117a -- WORKSHOP IN ... ( 3 ) ( Jacobs
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ENGLISH LITERATURE FROM 1600 to 1660. ... one or two writers of
commanding importance in the history of American literature , e.g. , Poe ,
Hawthorne , Melville , Emerson , Thoreau , James . ... THE NOVEL FROM 1850
TO THE PRESENT .
It is impossible to say why , for he was the humblest , the simplest , and the most
serious of all God ' s living creatures , sadly lacking in all those elements that
suggest the humorous . It is certain , moreover , that in 1850 the sober - minded ...
Author: Philip Butcher
Publisher: Washington : Howard University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Offers a critical look at the inclusion and treatment of minorities in American literature
Colley , Linda . Captives : Britain , Empire and the World , 1600 - 1850 . New York
: Pantheon , 2002 . Dant , Tim . Material Culture in the Social World : Values ,
Activities , Lifestyles . Buckingham : Open Univ . Press , 1999 . Dierks , Konstantin
A Comprehensive Reference Guide to the History and Literature of Exploration,
Travel and Colonization Between the Years ... Slotkin , Richard , Regeneration through violence : the mythology of the American frontier , 1600 - 1860 (
Author: Raymond John Howgego
Category: Adventure and adventurers
In 732 major articles, Raymond Howgego's Encyclopedia of Exploration 1800 to 1850 attempts to detail every significant traveller, voyager or expedition that set out during the period. Its indexes provide the names of over 3000 travellers and 1000 ships, while the bibliographies cite more than 10,000 works of reference. Extensive biographical information is included for the travellers themselves, placing every expedition thoroughly in its historical context. The text is fully cross-referenced between articles, whilst every article is supplemented by a comprehensive bibliography of both primary and secondary sources.