By Janet;Sattelmeyer, Robert Gabler-Hover
This A-Z, cross-referenced and illustrated name presents a different assessment of the serious interval that spans the early nationwide period in the course of the Civil battle, and which witnessed the beginning of a really American literature. The set beneficial properties greater than 250 survey entries. matters contain: political subject matters (Manifest future, Underground Railroad); rules in context (Transcendentalism); values (Sentimentalism, Mourning); genres (Dime Novels, Oratory); renowned leisure (Theatre); publishing (Harper's Monthly, Editors); works of literature and nonfiction ("Hiawatha," "Life within the Iron Mills"); and lots more and plenty extra. The research of quite a lot of classics in American literature, seen as cultural and old files, cultivates severe talents in examining texts from a variety of views, together with aesthetic, biographical, social, ancient, racial and gendered. in addition to its spouse name at the interval protecting 1870 to 1920, this set offers a finished assessment of a key century in American historic and literary reports.
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