1. Literary Culture in
2. Puritan Writings and
3. Revolution and the Republic
4. Washingon Irving
and J.F. Cooper
5. Edgar Allan Poe
7. Nathaniel Hawthorne
8. Herman Melville
9. Emily Dickinson
12. Kate Chopin
|1.- Literary Culture in the Colonies
- Text: Some excerpts from A
Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson
Subjects of discussion to be presented in class:
- Cultural scene: Possibilities
- Wide Circulated Books.
All these bibliographical references can be found
at the Universidad de La Laguna
Central Library (Guajara Campus):
- On Colonial America:
- Canup, John. Out of the Wilderness: The Emergence
of an American Identity in Colonial
New England. Middletown: Wesleyan UP, 1990.
- Lance, Jacqueline. "Rethinking Early American
Colonial Writings." American Quarterly 53.1
(March 2001): 148-155.
- On Mary Rowlandson:
- Andrews, William L., ed. "A True History of
the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Rowlandson.
Edited with an Introduction, by Amy Schragerhang."
Journeys in New Worlds: Early American
Women's Narratives. Madison: The U of Wisconsin
P, 1990. 11-65.
- Lougheed, Pamela. "'Then Began He to Rant and
Threaten': Indian Malice and Individual
Liberty in Mary Rowlandson's Captivity Narrative."
American Literature 74.2 (June 2002): 287-313.
Please, visit these sites for further information:
- On Colonial America: http://www.sageamericanhistory.net/colonial/index.html
- By Mary Rowlandson: http://csivc.csi.cuny.edu/history/files/lavender/rowlandson.html
- On Mary Rowlandson: http://www4.ncsu.edu/~wdlloyd/mary_rowlandson.htm
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