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Gottingen: Wallstein, (2000). First edition. Original pictorial stiff-wrappers, 398 pp. The authors discuss British and German sources of American literary production from the 1770's to the 1850's; "Transfer", who brought or sent literature to American, and "Transformation", did American writers use British and German works as models or as points of departure? With suggestions that earlier literary historians have largely failed in their analyses and new, original interpretations of how America developed a national self-image. Many writers used to illustrate these points, including Philip Freneau, Timothy Dwight, George Bancroft, James Fenimore Cooper, James Marsh, and especially the Transcendentalists. New, at publisher's price.
Title: The Internationality of National Literatures in Either America: Transfer and Transformation.
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