The Early American Novel

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Columbia University, 1907 - 131 pagina's
Presents an account of the earliest attempts at novel writing in America. Covers the years 1789-1830 from the first amateurish novels and ends with an established form of American literature.
 

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Pagina 105 - A Peep at the Pilgrims in 1636. A tale of Olden Times, by the author of Divers Unfinished Manuscripts, etc.
Pagina 57 - The sources of amusement to the fancy and instruction to the heart, that are peculiar to ourselves, are equally numerous and inexhaustible. It is the purpose of this work to profit by some of these sources...
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Pagina 101 - History of the Female American, or the Extraordinary Adventures of Unca Eliza Winkfield, Compiled by Herself.
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