1. Literary Culture in the
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
|2.- Puritan Writings and Life: Anne
Subjects of discussion to be presented in class:
- Religious Writings and Poetry.
All these bibliographical references can be found
at the Universidad de La Laguna
Central Library (Guajara Campus):
- On Puritanism:
- Elliott, Emory. "New England Puritan Literature."
The Cambridge History of American
Literature. Vol. 1. Ed. Sacvan Bercovitch.
Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994. 169-306.
- McKenna, George. "An Holy and Blessed People:
The Puritan Origins of American
Patriotism." The Yale Review 90.3 (July 2002):
- On William Bradford:
- Donegan, Kathleen. "'As Dying, Yet Behold We Live':
Catastrophe and Interiority
in Bradford's Of Plymouth Plantation." Early
American Literature 37.1 (2002): 9-37.
- On Anne Bradstreet:
- Harvey, Tamara. "'New Sisters... Impart Your Usefulnes
and Force': Anne Bradstreet's
Feminist Functionalism." Early American Literature
35.1 (2000): 5-28.
-Rosenmeier, Rosamond R. "The
Wounds Upon Bathstheba: Anne Bradstreet's Prophetic
Art." Puritan Poets and Poetics. Ed. White,
Peter. University Park: The Pennsylvania State
UP, 1985. 119-146.
Please, visit these sites for further information:
- On American Puritanism: http://blogs.berkeley.edu/2010/11/24/pilgrims-puritans-and-their-american-legacy/
- On William Bradford: http://www.angelfire.com/ny4/djw/williambradford.html
- On Anne Brdastreet: https://public.wsu.edu/~campbelld/amlit/bradstreet.htm
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