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The roots of national culture; American literature to 1830,

Author: Robert Ernest Spiller
Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Company, 1933.
Series: American literature: a period anthology, v. 1.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Spiller, Robert Ernest, 1896-1988.
Roots of national culture.
New York, The Macmillan company, 1933
(OCoLC)701576301
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Ernest Spiller
OCLC Number: 275023
Description: xv, 758 pages 21 cm.
Contents: The first frontier --
The awakening of literary consciousness --
The discovered islands / Christopher Columbus --
Letters / John Winthrop --
To my dear children / Anne Bradstreet --
To my dear and loving husband / Anne Bradstreet --
Contemplations / Anne Bradstreet --
The author to her book / Anne Bradstreet --
Narrative of captivity / Mary Rowlandson --
The flying spider / Jonathan Edwards --
Sarah Pierrepont / Jonathan Edwards --
The great awakening at Northampton / Jonathan Edwards --
The way to wealth / Benjamin Franklin --
An edict by the King of Prussia / Benjamin Franklin --
Rules by which a great empire may be reduced to a small one / Benjamin Franklin --
The ephemera / Benjamin Franklin --
Letters from a farmer in Pennsylvania / John Dickinson --
Liberty tree / Thomas Paine --
Letters / Anne Hulton --
The federalist, number XXIII / Alexander Hamilton --
To Myrtilla / Francis Hopkinson --
The new roof : a song for federal mechanics / Francis Hopkinson --
Song / Thomas Godfrey --
On the memorable victory / Philip Freneau. (Cont.) To Shylock Ap-Shenkin / Philip Freneau --
On the anniversary / Philip Freneau --
The house of night / Philip Freneau --
The pyramids of Egypt / Philip Freneau --
The Indian burying ground / Philip Freneau --
The dying Indian / Philip Freneau --
The Indian student / Philip Freneau --
The deserted farm-house / Philip Freneau --
The wild honey suckle / Philip Freneau --
On a honey bee / Philip Freneau --
To a caty-did / Philip Freneau --
Man of ninety / Philip Freneau --
The vanity of existence / Philip Freneau --
On the religion of nature / Philip Freneau --
Advice to authors / Philip Freneau --
The sailor's relief / Philip Freneau --
The contrast / Royall Tyler --
A flood / John James Audubon --
American poetry / William Cullen Bryant --
Inscription for the entrance to a wood / William Cullen Bryant --
Green River / William Cullen Bryant --
A winter piece / William Cullen Bryant --
The yellow violet / William Cullen Bryant --
Monument mountain / William Cullen Bryant --
A forest hymn / William Cullen Bryant. (Cont.) June / William Cullen Bryant --
I cannot forget with what fervid devotion/ William Cullen Bryant --
The past / William Cullen Bryant --
The evening wind / William Cullen Bryant --
Song of Marion's men / William Cullen Bryant --
Oh fairest of the rural maids / William Cullen Bryant --
To the fringed gentian / William Cullen Bryant --
The prairies / William Cullen Bryant --
Oh mother of a mighty race / William Cullen Bryant --
Robert of Lincoln / William Cullen Bryant --
The death of Lincoln / William Cullen Bryant --
New-England / James Gates Percival --
The voyager's song / Edward Coote Pinkney --
My life is like the summer rose / Richard Henry Wilde --
Home, sweet home / John Howard Payne --
Marco Bozzaris / Fitz-Greene Halleck --
The culprit fay / Joseph Rodman Drake --
The moral argument against Calvinism / William Ellery Channing --
Hiawatha, or, The origin of the Onondaga council-fire --
Hunting the moose --
The story of Wakiash and the first totem pole --
Mountain-songs.
Series Title: American literature: a period anthology, v. 1.
Responsibility: edited by Robert E. Spiller.

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