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
|11- Mark Twain.
Subject of discussion to be presented in class:
- Mark Twain’s Double Vision of the World.
- Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn.
All these bibliographical references can be found
at the Universidad de La Laguna
Central Library (Guajara Campus):
- Levy, Andrew. "The Boy Murderers: What Mark Twain
and Huckleberry Finn Really
Teach." The Missouri Review 32.2 (Summer 2009):
- Nissen, Axel. "A Tramp at Home: Huckleberry Finn,
Romantic Friendship, and the Homeless
Man." Nineteenth-Century Literature 60.1 (June
- Quirk, Tom. "The Realism of The Adventures of
Huckleberry Finn." The Cambridge
Companion to American Reaism and Naturalism.
Ed. Donald Pizer. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995.
- Scharnhorst, Gary, ed. Mainly the Truth: Interviews
with Mark Twain. Tuscaloosa:
U of Alabama P, 2009.
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