The English Literatures of America, 1500-1800

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Myra Jehlen, Michael Warner
Psychology Press, 1997 - 1118 من الصفحات
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"The book begins with the first colonization of the Americas and stretches beyond the Revolution to the early national period. Placing the literary culture of the settlements in the context of other colonies as well as the growing cosmopolitan culture of the British empire itself, this lively reader contains numerous dialogues across the English Atlantic world. While historically sound and thorough, this anthology responds to current interests, for example, the global context of national cultures; the relation between colonial histories and cosmopolitan culture; or the omissions and margins of the literary record. The English Literatures of America offers a wide range of voices, including women writers on both sides of the ocean, early English-language texts of Native Americans, and writings of Africans both slave and free, in London as well as in the American colonies. It includes texts from elite as well as common cultures, Puritans in New England as well as Puritans in the West Indies, regional cultures in the colonial South as well as the grand cosmopolitan culture of imperial London. The organization of The English Literatures of America involves a thorough rethinking of colonial American literature while retaining the standards of the American canon. American literatures are for the first time presented in an international and colonial context. Not only do new texts appear; familiar ones have new significance. The Puritans can be read as they understood themselves, i.e., as New English. Many texts are collected here for the first time in any anthology. Others are recognized masterpieces of the canon--both British and American--that for the first time can be read in their Atlantic context. Here, for example, are Francis Bacon, Andrew Marvell, Alexander Pope and Adam Smith, as well as Bradstreet, Wheatley, Edwards and Franklin. Despite the unparalleled scope of this anthology, many texts are given complete rather than in snippets. These include Hariot's Brief and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia, Aphra Behn's play The Widow Ranter, numerous essays by Benjamin Franklin and others. By emphasizing the culture of empire and by representing a transatlantic dialogue, The English Literatures of America allows a new way to understand colonial literature both in the United States and abroad."--Publisher's description.
 

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The Expansion of Europe
5
Christopher Columbus
11
King Manuel I of Portugal
29
Learning to Say America in English
39
John Rastell
47
Lopez
54
Michel de Montaigne
95
The English Diaspora
101
of the Will 1754
628
Thomas Paine
673
Histories
683
Daniel Defoe
689
Dr Alexander Hamilton
708
Nathaniel Ames II
716
Peter Oliver
771
Stephen Burroughs
801

John Smith et
108
John Cotton
160
Thomas Morton
168
William Bradford
175
George
194
Richard Ligon
201
Anonymous
222
Aphra Behn
233
John Esquemeling
292
Ned Edward Ward
299
New England and Canada
305
Thomas Shepard
316
Ned Ward
400
Sarah Knight
415
The Trials of Puritanism
429
the Keayne controversy
443
Richard Saltonstall
457
Deodat Lawson
475
The Seventeenth Century
489
Increase Mather
504
three selections about smallpox
521
The Seventeenth Century
527
George Herbert
535
New Englands Annoyances c 1642
538
Anne Bradstreet
548
Religion in the Enlightenment
597
The Literature of Politics
813
Edmund Burke
850
Notes on the State of Virginia Query 19 1781
863
Judith Sargent Murray
874
Ottobah Cugoano John Stuart
880
Benjamin Franklin
891
The Eighteenth Century
901
Jonathan Edwards
907
Benjamin Franklin
915
William Bartram
939
Belles Lettres
949
Thomas Jefferson
971
Susannah Haswell Rowson
989
Fisher Ames
1000
The Eighteenth Century
1011
Benjamin Tompson
1032
three versions of Psalm 137
1040
Anonymous
1048
John Dyer
1061
Phillis Wheatley
1076
The Rector of St Johns Nevis
1088
Joel Barlow
1094
Philip Freneau
1104
INDEX
1113
954
1117
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