Letters Of Sidney Lanier

Author: Sidney Lanier
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Letters Of Sidney Lanier Selections From His Correspondence 1866 1881

Author: Henry Wysham Lanier
Editor: Gardner Press
ISBN: 1409768457
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Some Reminiscences And Early Letters Of Sidney Lanier

Author: George Herbert Clarke
Editor: Wentworth Press
ISBN: 9781010596516
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Letters Of Sidney Lanier

Author: Mary Day Lanier
Editor: BiblioBazaar, LLC
ISBN: 9781110497690
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The Centennial Edition Of The Works Of Sidney Lanier

Author: Sidney Lanier
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Letters To Col John G James

Author: Sidney Lanier
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Selected Letters Of Fletcher C

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Editor: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781610753715
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Selected Letters Of Bayard Taylor

Author: Bayard Taylor
Editor: Bucknell University Press
ISBN: 9780838753637
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Taylor was one of the most famous persons of his day and carried on a wide correspondence. His ambition and thirst for fame are recurrent themes in these letters, as well as his fears and uncertainties. He emerges as a highly talented writer who succeeded by force of will.

A History Of American Literature

Author: Percy H. Boynton
Editor: GINN AND COMPANY
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A History of American Literature In its beginnings American literature differs from the literatures of most other great nations; it was a transplanted thing. It sprang in a way like Minerva, full-armed from the head of Jove,—Jove in this case being England, and the armor being the heritage which the average American colonist had secured in England before he crossed the Atlantic. In contrast, Greek, Roman, French, German, English, and the other less familiar literatures can all be more or less successfully traced back to primitive conditions. Their early life was interwoven with the growth of the language and the progress of a rude civilization, and their earliest products which have come down to us were not results of authorship as we know it to-day. They were either folk poetry, composed perhaps and certainly enjoyed by the people in groups and accompanied by group singing and dancing,—like the psalms and the simpler ballads,—or they were the record of folk tradition, slowly and variously developed through generations and finally collected into a continuous story like the Iliad, the Æneid, the “Song of Roland,” the “Nibelungenlied,” and “Beowulf.” They were composed by word of mouth and not reduced to writing for years or generations, and they were not put into print until centuries after they were current in speech or transcribed by monks and scholars.