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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
American writer and the European tradition.
Minneapolis, Published for the University of Rochester by the University of Minnesota Press 
|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Margaret Denny; William H Gilman
|Description:||xi, 192 p. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||The Renaissance tradition in America, by L.B. Wright.-The Enlightenment and the American dream, by T. Hornberger.-Benjamin Franklin, promoter of useful knowledge by R.E. Spiller.-Cosmopolitanism in American literature before 1880, by S.T. Williams.-Origins of a native American literary tradition, by H.N. Smith.-Americanization of the European heritage, by L. Howard.-American writers as critics of nineteenth-century society, by W. Thorp.-The reception of some nineteenth-century American authors in Europe, by C. Gohdes.-American naturalism; reflections from another era, by A. Kazin.-Contemporary American literature in its relation to ideas, by L. Trilling.-The American poet in relation to science, by N.H. Pearson.-Some European views of contemporary American literature, by H. Levin.|
|Responsibility:||Margaret Denny and William H. Gilman, editors.|