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The pulpit leads the world : preachers and preaching in nineteenth-century America [a special issues of ATQ: 19th c. American literature and culture.].

Author: William D HowdenMark G VasquezBeverly Ann Zink-SawyerLucy Lind HoganJohn Charles DuffyAll authors
Publisher: Kington, RI : University of Rhode Island, 2000.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William D Howden; Mark G Vasquez; Beverly Ann Zink-Sawyer; Lucy Lind Hogan; John Charles Duffy; Nancy L Bunge; O C Edwards; Wayne Shaw
OCLC Number: 45914284
Notes: This is the September 2000 (14:3) and December 2000 (14:4) special issues of ATQ: 19th c. American literature and culture.
Description: 2 v. (178 p. [169-347]) ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / William D. Howden --
"Correctly forming the public opinion": religious rhetoric, social change, and the myth of self-culture / Mark G. Vasquez --
From preachers to suffragists: enlisting the pulpit in the early movement for women's rights / Beverly A. Zink-Sawyer --
Negotiating personhood, womanhood, and spiritual equality: Phoebe Palmer's defense of the preaching of women / Lucy Lind Hogan --
"A religion by revelation": Emerson as radical restorationist / John-Charles Duffy --
Introduction / William D. Howden --
Redeeming the missionary: Leonard Wheeler and the Ojibwe / Nancy Bunge--"Freedom from" in Negro preaching of the nineteenth century / Youtha C. Hardman-Cromwell--The preaching of romanticism in America / O.C. Edwards, Jr.--Seeing social class in the sermons of "The New York Times" / William D. Howden--The Plymouth pulpit: Henry Ward Beecher's slave auction block / Wayne Shaw.
Other Titles: Redeeming the missionary : Leonard Wheeler and the Ojibwe.
"Freedom from" in Negro preaching of the nineteenth century.
Preaching of romanticism in America.
Seeing social class in the sermons of "The New York Times."
Plymouth pulpit : Henry Ward Beecher's slave auction block.
Correctly forming the public opinion": religious rhetoric, social change, and the myth of self-culture.
From preachers to suffragists: enlisting the pulpit in the early movement for women's rights.
Negotiating personhood, womanhood, and spiritual equality: Phoebe Palmer's defense of the preaching of women.
Religion by revelation": Emerson as radical restorationist.

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