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The literature of early America.

Author: Rex J Burbank; Jack B Moore
Publisher: Columbus, Ohio. C.E. Merrill Books [1967]
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Burbank, Rex J.
Literature of early America.
Columbus, Ohio. C.E. Merrill Books [1967]
(OCoLC)795314197
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rex J Burbank; Jack B Moore
OCLC Number: 981827
Description: xii, 657 pages 23 cm
Contents: Of plymouth plantation --
Sinners in the hands of an angry god --
Freedom of the will --
An essay recording illustrious providences --
The new english canaan --
The wonders of the invisible world --
Magnalia christi americana --
The confession --
The diary --
The secret diary --
The london diary --
Another secret diary --
The journal --
Jonathan Edwards --
Popular narratives --
A narrative of the captivity --
Recollections of the jersey prison ship --
Psalm 23, a psalm of david --
The flesh and the spirit --
Contemplations --
Before the birth of one of her children --
To my dear and loving husband --
A letter to her husband, absent upon public employment --
The day of doom --
One insufficiency to praise god suitably, for his mercy --
The souls groan to christ for succour --
Christs reply --
Meditation 1, first series --
The experience --
The reflexion --
Meditation 6, first series --
Meditation 7, first series --
Meditation 8, first series --
Meditation 10, first series --
Meditation 38, first series --
Meditation 49, first series --
Meditation 3, second series --
Meditation 56, second series --
Upon a wasp child with cold --
Huswifery --
Upon a spider catching a fly --
Upon wedlock, and death of children --
The ebb and flow --
The sot weed factor --
Yankee doodle --
Nathan hale --
Battle of trenton --
The progress of dulness --
The hasty pudding --
Greenfield hill --
The power of fancy --
The deserted farm house --
The house of night --
The beauties of santa cruz --
The british prison ship --
The vanity of existence --
To the memory of the brave americans --
To sir toby --
The hurricane --
The wild honey suckle --
The indian burying ground --
The indian student --
Lines by h. salem, on his return from calcutta --
Ode --
On mr. paine's rights of man --
Stanzas to an alien --
On a honey bee --
To a caty-did --
On the uniformity and perfection of nature --
On the religion of nature --
Charlotte temple --
Modern chivalry --
Why a young man should choose an old mistress --
The speech of miss polly baker --
The way to wealth --
Rules by which a great empire may be reduced to a small one --
An edict by the king of prussia --
The sale of the hessians --
Singular resolution in a married lady --
Consolation for the old bachelor --
Susannah trapes' compliant --
Trim's old silk stockings --
The child of snow --
Something unaccountable --
The story of the captain's wife, and an aged woman --
Narrative of the unpardonable sin --
Wieland --
Edgar huntly --
Arthur Mervyn --
Consequences of extravagance --
The desperate negro --
Azakia: a canadian story --
The schemer --
New england's plantation --
David morgan and the two indians --
A general history of connecticut --
A yankee wedding --
The bear --
Rip van winkle --
The legend of sleepy hollow --
The contrast --
Andre --
The bay psalm book --
Manuductio ad ministerium --
Observations on novel reading --
Character and effects of modern novels --
Charlotte temple --
Edgar huntly --
Modern chivalry --
To an author --
Freneau's poems --
The friend, no. LV.
Responsibility: Edited by Rex J. Burbank [and] Jack B. Moore.

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