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A history of English-Canadian literature to the Confederation : its relation to the literature of Great Britain and the United States

Author: Ray Palmer Baker
Publisher: Cambridge [Mass.] : Harvard University Press, 1920.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Baker, Ray Palmer, 1883-1979.
History of English-Canadian literature to the Confederation.
Cambridge [Mass.] : Harvard University Press, 1920
(OCoLC)614533642
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ray Palmer Baker
OCLC Number: 1677941
Description: xi, 200 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. National consciousness --
2, Puritanism and the pre-Revolutionary period --
3. The Loyalist tradition and the Scotch migration --
4. The rise of democracy --
5. Joseph Howe and the "Nova Scotian" --
6. Thomas Chandler Haliburton and the Loyalist tradition in the development of American humor --
7. Political satire in the Canadas --
8. History and politics --
9. Periodical literature in the Canadas --
10. Memoirs --
11. John Richardson and the historical romance --
12. Science and scholarship --
13. Travel and exploration --
14. The school of Goldsmith --
15. The school of Byron --
16. Charles Sangster --
17. The school of Burns --
18. Charles Heavysege --
19. Past and present.
Responsibility: by Ray Palmer Baker.

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