The Resource New England literary culture from revolution through renaissance, Lawrence Buell

New England literary culture from revolution through renaissance, Lawrence Buell

Label
New England literary culture from revolution through renaissance
Title
New England literary culture from revolution through renaissance
Statement of responsibility
Lawrence Buell
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810/.9/974
Index
index present
LC call number
  • PS243
  • PS243
LC item number
  • .B84 1986
  • .B84 1986
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
  • Cambridge studies in American literature and culture
  • Cambridge studies in American literature and culture
Label
New England literary culture from revolution through renaissance, Lawrence Buell
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 399-497
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  • net
Contents
Machine derived contents note: Part I. Four Overviews: 1. Theoretical premises -- 2. A narrative overview of New England's literary development -- 3. Marketplace, ethos, practice: the Antebellum literary situation -- 4. Neoclassical continuities: the early national era and the New England literary tradition -- Part II. Three Representative Genres: 5. New England Poetics: Emerson, Dickinson, and others -- 6. New England oratory from Everett to Emerson -- 7. Literary scripturism -- Part III. Reinventing Puritanism: the New England Historical Imagination: 8. The concept of puritan ancestry -- 9. The politics of historiography -- 10. Fictionalizing puritan history: some problems and approaches -- 11. Hawthorne and Stowe as rival interpreters of New England Puritanism -- Part IV. New England as a Country of the Imagination: The Spirit of Place: 12. The cultural landscape in regional poetry and prose -- 13. The village as icon -- 14. Lococentrism from Dwight to Thoreau -- 15. Comic grotesque -- 16. Provincial Gothic: Hawthorne, Stoddard, and others -- Postscript -- Appendix. Vital statistics: a quantitative analysis of authorship as a profession in New England
Control code
000003891073
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xii, 513 p.
Isbn
9780521302067
Lccn
85014893
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.b2595748x
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12189115
  • cbo0521302064

Library Locations

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