American literature; tradition and innovation. Edited by Harrison T. Meserole, Walter Sutton [and] Brom Weber.

; Sutton, Walter, compiler ; Weber, Brom, 1917-1998, compiler
Lexington, Mass., Heath [1969] .

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Other Authors Sutton, Walter,
Weber, Brom, 1917-1998,
Subjects American literature.
Civilization.
Literatos americanos.
LitteĢrature ameĢricaine.
United States -- Civilization -- Literary collections.
United States.
Description 2 volumes illustrations, portraits 21 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents A description of new england -- The general history of virginia, book III -- A character of the province of maryland -- Of plymouth plantation -- Journal selections -- Samuel Sewall -- Sarah Kemble Knight -- History of the dividing line -- Progress of the mines -- London diary selections -- John Woolman -- Letters from an american farmer -- Travels -- The courteous pagan shall condemne -- One step twix't me and death -- What habacuck once spake, mine eyes -- Mans restlesse soule hath restlesse eyes and ears -- They see gods wonders that are call'd -- Truth is a native, naked be beauty; but -- Boast not proud english -- The prologue -- The author to her book -- Contemplations -- As weary pilgrim now at rest -- The vanity of all worldly things -- In memory of my dear grandchild -- To my dear and loving husband -- A letter to her husband -- The day of doom -- Edward Taylor -- The ebb and flow -- Huswifery -- Upon a spider catching a fly -- The sot weed factor -- Bacon's epitaph made by his man -- On the death of G:B -- Of John bunyans life and c -- A few lines to fill up a vacant page -- The poem -- And the bitter storm augments -- Nathaniel Ward -- On a sea storm nigh the coast -- Sweetly my dearest i left thee sleep -- Upon the decrease of mris. anne griffin -- The bloudy tenent -- To the town of providence -- In praise of eloquence -- Wonders of the invisible world -- Magnalia christi americana -- Political fables -- Manuductio ad ministerium -- Sarah pierrepont -- Sinners in the hand of an angry god -- Personal narrative -- Narrative of surprising conversions -- Images or shadows of divine things -- The autobiography of benjamin franklin -- Dogood paper numbers 7 -- Speech of polly baker -- The way to wealth -- Rules by which a great empire may be reduced to a small one -- The ephemera -- Common sence -- American crisis -- Rights of man -- Age of reason -- Declaration of independence -- Notes on virginia -- A picture of the times -- To the americans of the united states -- The power of fancy -- The house of night -- The wild honey suckle -- Indian burying ground -- To the lost louisa -- On a honey bee -- To a caty-did -- On the religion of nature -- On the uniformity and perfection of nature -- Progress of dulness -- The hasty pudding -- Advice to a raven in russia -- Modern chivalry -- Charles Brown -- A journey from patapsco to annapolis -- Anacreontic -- Mather Byles -- Dreams -- A dithyrambic on wine -- A night piece -- To benjamin franklin -- An hymn to the evening -- On imagination -- The battle of the kegs -- Yankee doodle -- A tour on the prairies -- Alhambra -- Tales of a traveller -- The sketch book -- A history of new york -- The deerslayer -- The last of the mohicans -- The pathfinder -- The pioneers -- The prairie -- Notions of the americans -- The american democrat -- Thanatopsis -- The yellow violet -- Inscription for the entrance to a wood -- To a waterfowl -- Summer wind -- A forest hymn -- Oh fairest of the rural maids -- To cole, the painter, departing for europe -- To the fringed gentian -- Nature -- The american scholar -- Self reliance -- The poet -- New england reformers -- Montaigne -- Illusions -- Grace -- The rhodora -- Each and all -- The snow storm -- Concord hymn -- The humble bee -- The problem -- Fable -- Uriel -- Give all to love -- Hamatreya -- Ode, incribed to w. h. channing -- Bacchus -- Merlin -- Brahma -- Days -- Two rivers -- The adirondacs -- Terminus -- Civil disobedience -- Walden -- Wild apples -- Great god, i ask thee for no meaner pelf -- Light winged smoke, icarian bird -- Conscience is instinct bred in the house -- Woof of the sun, ethereal gauze -- The atlantides -- I am a parcel of vain strivings tied -- Epitaph on the world -- I was made erect and lone -- A winter and spring scene -- King pest -- Ligeia -- The man that was used up -- The fall of the house of usher -- The man of the crowd -- The purloined letter -- The imp of perverse -- The system of dr. tarr and professor fether -- Hawthorne's twice told tales -- A dream within a dream -- Sonnet to science -- Romance -- To helen -- Israfel -- The city in the sea -- To one in paradise -- Dream land -- The raven -- Ulalume -- Eldorado -- Annabel lee -- The hollow of the three hills -- My kinsman, major molineux -- My. higginbotham's catastrophe -- Mrs. bullfrog -- Young goodman brown -- The wedding knell -- The artist of the beautiful -- Ethan brand -- The old manse -- Our old home -- Bartleby -- Cock a doodle doo -- The paradise of bachelors and the tartarus of maids -- Benito cereno -- Hawthorne and his mosses -- Battle pieces and aspects of war -- John marr and other sailors -- The horse swap -- The big bear of arkansas -- Some adventures of captain simon suggs -- Rare ripe garden seed -- Contempt of court-almost -- Trapping a sheriff -- Blown up with soda -- A psalm of life -- Hymn to the night -- The skeleton in armor -- The arsenal at springfield -- Nuremberg -- The bridge -- The evening star -- Prelude to evangeline -- Seaweed -- King witlaf's drinking horn -- The fire of driftwood -- In the churchyard at cambridge -- The jewish cemetery at newport -- My lost youth -- Divina commedia -- Tales of wayside inn -- Chaucer -- Keramos -- the tide rises, the tide falls -- Jugurtha -- The cross of snow -- Massachusetts to virginia -- Proem -- Ichabod -- Maud muller -- Skipper ireson's ride -- Telling the bees -- My playmate -- The double headed snake of newbury -- Snow bound -- Prelude to among the hills -- The dead feast of the kol-folk -- Ballad of the oysterman -- My aunt -- The last leaf -- The moral bully -- The chambered nautilus -- The deacon's masterpiece -- Latter day warnings -- At the pantomime -- At the unitarian festival -- At the saturday club -- Elsie venner -- Remembered music -- A fable for critics -- The biglow papers -- Fitz adam's story -- After the burial -- What rabbi jehosha said -- A winter evening hymn to my fire -- Unde the old elm -- Tempora mutantur -- Eleanor makes macaroons -- The function of the poet -- The cricket -- Under the locust blossoms -- Sonnets: first series -- Thar's more in the man than thar is in the land -- The symphony -- Song of the chattahoochee -- The harlequin of dreams -- The marches of glynn -- Marsh song at sunset -- A ballad of trees and the master.
Genre Literary collections.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)13673
(OCoLC)ocm00013673
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Meserole, Harrison T.,
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