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Copy of American Literature Through Out History

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American Literature
Through Out History Unknown Native American Word of Mouth
Art
Story-Telling Not Much Information
Myth
Legends Myths
1. Primal world
2. Beings are animals spirits human form: monsters, confusions of nature
3. Mythic age flows into "age of transformation"

Legends
1. Culture hero or transformer orders the world
2. Culture hero or transformer turns animal people into animals
3. Flows into "historical time" Characteristics Formation of the world
Fortunate fall
Earth-diver myth
Theft of fire
Emergence myths: Themes 1650 - 1750 Colonial/Puritan "American Literature." Wikipedia. 2012. Wikipedia. 06/01/12 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_literature>.

"Periods in American Literature." MCSDGA. MCSDGA. 06/01/12 <http://shaw.mcsdga.net/Core/English/Periods%20in%20American%20Literature%20for%20site.pdf>.

Edmunds, "Literary Periods and Their Characteristics." Wednet. Wednet. 06/03/12 <http://staff.edmonds.wednet.edu/users/hansonk/LITERARY%20PERIODS%20AND%20THEIR%20CHARACTERISTICS.htm>.

Gaither, "American Literature: Major Movements and Terms." GPS. Gaither Junior English. 05/25/12 <http://staff.gps.edu/gaither/literary_movements.htm>.

Campbell, Donna M.. "Early Native American Literature." WSU. 2010. WSU. 06/11/12 <http://public.wsu.edu/~campbelld/amlit/native.htm>. Citations Sermons
Diaries
Personal Narratives
Poems
Pamphlets
Articles Religious
Personal
Utilitarian
Puritan Ideals and Values Themes Very Plain Writing Style
Instructive
Strong English Influences Examples William Bradford Of Plymouth Plantation Mrs. Mary Rowlandson A Narrative of the Captivity Jonathon Edwards Sinners in The Hands of An Angry God 1750 - 1800 Age of Reason Pamphlets
Articles
Informative Readings
Travel Writing Highly Ornate Style
Persuasive
Political
Anti-British Reenforced Biblical and Church Authority
Religion was Important
Influenced People's Beliefs Effects Patriotism Grows
Instills Pride
United Opinions
National Mission Effects Examples Benjamin Franklin The Autobiography Thomas Paine's Many Awesome Writings James Madison, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton The Federalist Papers 1800 - 1860 Romanticism Characteristics Short Stories
Slave Narratives
Poetry Slavery
Intuition
Integrity of Nature
Freedom of Imagination
Gender Roles Themes Imaginative
Story
Fiction Characteristics Departure From Reason
Value Intuition of Reason
Slavery Debates
Expansion of Magazines, Newspapers, and Book Publishing Effects Examples Paul Laurence Dunbar We Wear the Mask Harriet Brecher Stowe Uncle Tom's Cabin Poems of Emily Dickinson 1840 - 1860 Transcendentalism Poetry
Short Stories
Novels
Anti-Transcendentalists Writings Idealism
Self-Reliance
Individualism
Emerson and Thoreau
Sin, Pain, Evil
Search for Truth Themes Characteristics Dark
Depressed
Mysterious
Made Reader Contemplate
Symbolism Characteristics Themes Still Used
Promoted Resistance
Spiritual Reality Effects Examples Henry Thoreau Walden Nathaniel Hawthorne The Scarlet Letter Edgar Allen Poe The Masque of the Red Death Realism 1855 - 1900 Novels
Short Stories
Narratives Social Realism
Aesthetic Realism
Reader's Opinion
Real Life
Civil War Themes Objective
Variety of Voices
Didn't Idealize
"True" Characteristics Less Bias
True Not Fantasy
No Allegories
Many Civil War Novels Effects Examples Frederick Douglass The Narrative of the
Life of Frederick Douglass Mark Twain The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn William Dean Howells The Rise of Silas Lapham The Moderns 1900 - 1950 Novels
Plays
Poetry Monologues
American Dream
Importance of the Individual
Optimism
Blues Songs (Poetry)
Education
Social Criticism
Reform Themes Unique Style
"Stream of Consciousness"
Repetition Characteristics Harlem Renaissance
Black Literature
Spread of Darwinism and Marxism
Social Reform
Reform Effects Examples Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby Upton Sinclair The Jungle Booker T. Washington Up From Slavery Post-Modernism 1950 - Present Novels
Poetry
Short Stories
Narratives
Autobiographical
Essays Anti- Heroes or No Hero
Social Issues
Metafiction
Magic Realism
Isolated Individuals Themes Characteristics Humorless or Ironic
Present Tense
Mixing of Fiction
and Nonfiction
Connections Between People
Emotion and Thought Provoking Gets Rid of Distinction
Describes Value as Not Permanent
Too Soon To Tell Effects Examples Norman Mailer The Naked and the Dead Orson Scott Card Ender's Game J.D. Salinger Catcher in the Rye
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