The Cambridge History Of American Literature (volume 1) by John ErskineThe Cambridge History Of American Literature (volume 1) by John Erskine

The Cambridge History Of American Literature (volume 1)

byJohn Erskine

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1917. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Turell, Jane. Her poems are printed in Turell, Rev. E., Memoirs of the Life and Death of the Pious and Ingenious Mrs. Jane Turell. Boston, 1735. London, 1741. Webb, George. Batchelors' Hall; A Poem. * Philadelphia, 1731. Reprinted by Duyckinck, vol. I . VI. The Beginnings Of Nationalism Allen, James. The Poem [Lines on the Massacre] which the Committee of the Town of Boston had Voted Unanimously to be Published with the late Oration. Etc. Boston, 1772. [The volume includes excerpts from Allen's long patriotic poem The Retrospect.] Allen, Jonathan. Poem on the Existence of God; an Ode on Creation; To which are added Several Hymns, and an Eulogy on General George Washington. Haverhill, 1803. Allen, Paul. Original Poems, Serious and Entertaining. Salem, 1801. Alsop, Richard. The Conquest of Scandinavia. See Smith, E. H., American Poems, Selected and Original. The Political Greenhouse for the Year 1798. Hartford, 1799. [Satirical.] A Poem; Sacred to the Memory of George Washington. Hartford, 1800. The Charms of Fancy; a Poem in Four Cantos. New York, 1856. [Philosophic.] See, also, The Echo. America; or, a Poem on the Settlement of the British Colonies, addressed to the Friends of Freedom and their Country. By a Gentleman educated at Yale College. [Anon.] New Haven, n. d. America Invincible; an Heroic Poem in Two Books. [Anon.] Danvers, 1799. The American in Algiers; or, the Patriot of 1776 in Captivity. [Anon.] 1797. [Attack on the slave trade.] Andr6, Major John. The Cow-Chace. In Three Cantos. 1780. [Satirical parody of Chevy Chace.] The Anarchiad; a New England Poem. New Haven, 1861. [By Humphreys, Barlow, Trumbull, and Hopkins.] First printed in The New Haven Gazette and Connecticut Magazine, in twelve numbers, from 26 Oct., 1786, to 13 Sept., 1787. Ar...
Title:The Cambridge History Of American Literature (volume 1)Format:PaperbackDimensions:260 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.55 inPublished:January 8, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217573630

ISBN - 13:9780217573634