Transatlantic Romanticism: An Anthology of British, American, and Canadian Literature, 1767-1867
This eagerly-anticipated anthology offers canonical and non-canonical texts from American, British, and Canadian Romantic writers.
This long-overdue anthology of Romantic literature meets the growing demand for a coherent and flexible transatlantic Romantic reader. It offers a range of representative materials by the most central, as well as non-canonical, North American and British figures. Thematic groupings and companion readings, strategically integrated throughout the book, work together to provide lively and illuminating views of the major literary, cultural, and political debates of the transatlantic Romantic century. Accessible and engaging introductions and headnotes lead to an even greater appreciation and understanding of the prose and poetry of the transatlantic Romantic era.
This is a two volume shrinkwrapped package.
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... Coleridge losing faith in democracy . As he wrote to Southey : " Americans love freedom because their ledgers furnish irrefragable arguments in favour of it . ” Coleridge was born on October 21 , 1772 , the youngest child of John Coleridge ...
... Coleridge also gathered material from The Friend into a three - volume collection of political and religious essays . At this time , in an attempt to control his addiction and protect his fragile health , Coleridge moved into the home ...
... Coleridge , whom he considered a joint laborer in the task of introducing German Idealism to the English - speaking world . It is no coincidence that both men had traveled to Germany to study its philosophy and literature . Coleridge ...
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 17061790
SAMSON OCCOM 17231792
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