Early American Literature and Culture Through the American Renaissance
Early American Literature and Culture
The Early American Literature and Culture series aims at providing a forum for discussions of interdisciplinary approaches to American literary culture in the broadest sense of the term. Scholars examine the formation, encoding, and transformation of value systems in literature and history, by analyzing the forces of the market place, gender politics, conquest and colonization, ethnicity, racialism, and genocide during the period of 1580-1880.
Sir Walter Raleigh and the Rhetoric of Colonization, 1584-1590Volume 7Monographs XVI, 261 Pages
"Sartain’s Union Magazine of Literature and Art" and Antebellum CultureVolume 6Monographs XI, 165 Pages
New Readings in Colonial, Early National, and Antebellum CultureVolume 5Monographs IX, 599 Pages
Transcendental Mysticism in the Romances of Nathaniel HawthorneVolume 2Textbook XXII, 324 Pages
Volume 1Monographs XIII, 213 Pages