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American Literature in Nineteenth Century England

Clarence Louis Frank Gohdes

American Literature in Nineteenth Century England

by Clarence Louis Frank Gohdes

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American - General,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • History: American

  • Edition Notes

    Bcl1-Ps American Literature Series

    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8084377M
    ISBN 100781265703
    ISBN 109780781265706

    Nineteenth Century German Plays: Fraz Grillparzer, Johann Nepomuk Nestroy, Friedrich Hebbel King Ottocar's Rise and Fall, The Talisman, Agnes Bernauer Edited by. Our Authors in England; AMERICAN LITERATURE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND. By Clarence Gohdes. pp. New York: Columbia University Press. $

      Negro American Literature Forum. Studies in 20 th Century Literature. English Historical Review. New England Review. Victorian Literature and Culture. English Language Notes. New Literary History. Victorian Poetry. English Literature in Transition. Nineteenth Century Fiction. Victorian Studies. English Review. Nineteenth Century Literature Author: Winnie Shyam.   Find books, archives, periodicals, newspapers, and official publications. Some full text. Browse The Curran Index to Periodical Literature, the Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism, Niles' Register Index, Poole's Index to Periodical Literature and Author: Stacy Reardon.

      Based upon the unparalleled collection of Children's Literature held at the American Antiquarian Society, this comprehensive directory contains 2, entries documenting the activity of individuals and firms involved in the manufacture and distribution of childrens books in the United States chiefly between and Nationally known firms such as McLoughlin Bros. and non-profit. what these associations mean in the context of 19th-century literature. 5. Background: This work interrogates the results of a thematic modeling of 3, works of 19th-century British, American, and Irish fiction undertaken in chapter eight Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History (Jockers ). 6. Our objective here is to narrow theCited by:


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