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Finding colonial Americas : essays honoring J.A. Leo Lemay

Author: J A Leo Lemay; Carla Mulford; David S Shields
Publisher: Newark, DE : University of Delaware Press, ©2001.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
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Finding colonial Americas.
Newark, DE : University of Delaware Press, ©2001
(OCoLC)605983317
Online version:
Finding colonial Americas.
Newark, DE : University of Delaware Press, ©2001
(OCoLC)606600724
Named Person: J A Leo Lemay
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J A Leo Lemay; Carla Mulford; David S Shields
ISBN: 0874137225 9780874137224
OCLC Number: 45387509
Description: 481 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Finding colonial Americas: an introduction --
J.A. Leo Lemay: a sketch --
Millennium's darker side: the missionary utopias of Franciscan New Spain and Puritan New England --
Communion in captivity: torture, martyrdom, and gender in New France and New England --
Ebenezer Cook's The Sot-Weed factor: an intercultural reading --
New science and the question of identity in eighteenth-century British America --
Caribbean degeneracy and the problem of masculinity in Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond --
"To bring Mary-land into England": English identities in colonial American writing --
Richard Lewis's poetics of anti-mercantilism --
Genteel confusion: reading class structure in Dr. Alexander Hamilton's Itinerarium --
The reception of Dr. Alexander Hamilton's History of the Tuesday Club, ten years after --
A mock-epic on early American Methodism --
The sources and significance of Joseph Dumbleton's "The Paper-mill": Augustan American poetics and the culture of print in colonial Williamsburg --
Under the wisteria: the topography of Sarah Wister's Commonplace book --
Franklin's houses --
Washington Allston and Ut pictura poesis: the Romantic artist as poet and cultivated intellectual --
A continental poetics: scientific publishing and scientific society in eighteenth-century America --
Benjamin Franklin, David Hume, autobiography, and the jealousy of empire --
Long live La difference: humor and sex in Franklin's writings --
"Much depends upon my knowing": the education of Polly Hewson --
Benjamin Franklin's "Observations on the means of extinguishing a fire": an addition to the Franklin canon --
Thinking about Benjamin Franklin's library --
A selective guide to printed materials relating to the iconography and artifacts of Benjamin Franklin --
How Thomas Prince read Captain John Smith --
Thomas Jefferson, protecting privacy --
Moving the rock --
The "devil's territories" or "the preservation of the world"?: Thoreau's subversion of Puritan wilderness discourse --
Ivan who?: A second look at the other book that is supposed to have started the Civil War.
Responsibility: edited by Carla Mulford and David S. Shields.

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