History as romantic art: Bancroft, Prescott, Motley, and Parkman.


Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1959.

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Subjects Geschichtsschreibung.
Historiadores americanos.
Historians -- United States.
Historians.
Historiography.
Literatur.
Romantik.
USA.
United States.
Series Stanford studies in language and literature ; 20.
Description 260 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1959.
Summary Study of four great American historians of the early 19th century.
Contents part 1. Romantic attitudes: themes and judgment: The historian as romantic man of letters -- Nature, progress, and moral judgment -- part 2. Conventional characters: individuals and races: Representative men -- Teutonic germs -- Priestcraft and Catholicism -- The infidel: vanishing races -- part 3. The achievement: history as romantic art: The conquest of Mexico -- The rise of the Dutch republic -- Montcalm and Wolfe -- Conclusion.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)802021
(OCoLC)ocm00802021
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WorldCat Identities Levin, David, 1924-
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