The American Puritan imagination; essays in revaluation.

By: Bercovitch, Sacvan [comp.]Publication details: [London, New York] : Cambridge University Press [1974]Description: viii, 265 p. 21 cmISBN: 0521203929; 0521098416 (pbk.)Subject(s): American literature -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- History and criticism | American literature -- Puritan authors -- History and criticism | American literature -- New England -- History and criticism | Puritans -- New England -- Intellectual life | American literature -- English influences | Colonies in literature | New England -- Intellectual life -- 18th century | New England -- Intellectual life -- 17th centuryDDC classification: 810/.9/3 LOC classification: PS185 | .B4
Contents:
Grabo, N. S. The veiled vision: the role of aesthetics in early American intellectual history.--Ziff, L. Literary consequences of Puritanism.--Minter, D. The Puritan jeremiad as a literary form.--Tichi, C. Spiritual biography and the 'Lords Remembrancers'.--Rosenmeier, J. 'With my owne eyes': William Bradford's Of Plymouth Plantation.--Richardson, R. D. The Puritan poetry of Anne Bradstreet.--Keller, K. The example of Edward Taylor.--Levin, D. Essays to do good for the glory of God: Cotton Mather's Bonifacius.--Shea, D. B. The art and instruction of Jonathan Edwards' Personal narrative.--Lynen, J. F. Benjamin Franklin and the choice of a single point of view.--Brumm, U. Christ and Adam as 'figures' in American literature.--Bibliography (p. [241]-258)
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Grabo, N. S. The veiled vision: the role of aesthetics in early American intellectual history.--Ziff, L. Literary consequences of Puritanism.--Minter, D. The Puritan jeremiad as a literary form.--Tichi, C. Spiritual biography and the 'Lords Remembrancers'.--Rosenmeier, J. 'With my owne eyes': William Bradford's Of Plymouth Plantation.--Richardson, R. D. The Puritan poetry of Anne Bradstreet.--Keller, K. The example of Edward Taylor.--Levin, D. Essays to do good for the glory of God: Cotton Mather's Bonifacius.--Shea, D. B. The art and instruction of Jonathan Edwards' Personal narrative.--Lynen, J. F. Benjamin Franklin and the choice of a single point of view.--Brumm, U. Christ and Adam as 'figures' in American literature.--Bibliography (p. [241]-258)