Gummere explores the attitudes toward the classics of seven
prominent colonial Americans--Hugh Jones, Robert Calef, Michael
Wigglesworth, Samuel Davies, Henry Melhior Muhlenberg, Benjamin
Rush, and Thomas Paine. Each of them was essentially pragmatic and
judged the value of the classics not only on the basis of their
intrinsic worth but also for their relevance to contemporary
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