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.
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... child was in her womb , As now to any eye was plain ; She was with child , and she was mad , Yet often she was sober sad From her exceeding pain . Oh me ! ten thousand times I'd rather That he had died , that cruel father ! XIV Sad case ...
... child's looking is unoutward , as if the child saw by its personal power of motion , as if it could fly around like a bird up among stars , but the Being abode fast , and as the child - person remained there , took its own time , and the ...
... child , and came to him at an age when he needed a companion . From the time she could speak and go alone , he addressed her not as a plaything , but as a living mind . Among the few verses he ever wrote were a copy addressed to this child ...
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 17061790
SAMSON OCCOM 17231792
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