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History of American Verse, 1600-1897 (Barnes & Noble Digital Library) (Electronic book text)
History of American Verse, 1600-1897 (Barnes & Noble Digital Library) (Electronic book text): James L. Onderdonk
History of American Verse, 1600-1897 (Barnes & Noble Digital Library) (Electronic book text): James L. Onderdonk

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History of American Verse, 1600-1897 (Barnes & Noble Digital Library) (Electronic book text)

James L. Onderdonk

Series: Barnes & Noble Digital Library

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Beginning with the first American ballad at the time of Elizabeth I, this wide-ranging 1901 survey covers the Puritans; colonial literature; nationalism; women writers; the "Knickerbocker School;" poets of nature, sentiment, and passion; humor and satire; idyllic and lyric poets; idealists and realists; anti-slavery verse; and many authors, including William Cullen Bryant, Longfellow, and Whitman.

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Imprint: Barnes & Noble Books
Country of origin: United States
Series: Barnes & Noble Digital Library
Release date: 2012
Authors: James L. Onderdonk
Format: Electronic book text
Pages: 404
ISBN-13: 978-1-4114-5760-7
Barcode: 9781411457607
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LSN: 1-4114-5760-9

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