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The Complete Stories of William Cullen Bryant (Hardback)

William Cullen Bryant

Edité par University Press of New England, United States, 2014
ISBN 10: 1611685680 / ISBN 13: 9781611685688
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Titre : The Complete Stories of William Cullen ...

Éditeur : University Press of New England, United States

Date d'édition : 2014

Reliure : Hardback

Etat du livre : New

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Language: English . Brand New Book. William Cullen Bryant wrote short stories? Indeed he did, and this volume collects and evaluates them for the first time. During the seven years before the 1832 British publication of Poems firmly established his reputation as a poet in the U.S., Bryan became a key figure in New York City s circle of fiction writers. His tales compare favorably with those of his contemporary Washington Irving, and his varied experiments in a new genre anticipate future developments by half a century and more. Gado s previous book presented Bryant as a major exponent of American literary nationalism and the prime antecedent of Whitman and Frost; here, he retrieves a body of short fiction from the fringe of oblivion and both shines a light on the neglected decade preceding Poe and Hawthorne and examines Bryant s tales as part of that history. Frank Gado s first-rate selection of William Cullen Bryant s poetry and prose and his persuasive essays on Bryant s contribution to American prosody and culture restore [him] to his rightful place in American literary history as the philosophical poet too long overlooked. An essential volume. -Brenda Wineapple, White Heat and Ecstatic Nation. N° de réf. du libraire AAJ9781611685688

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Synopsis : William Cullen Bryant wrote short stories? Indeed he did, and this volume collects and evaluates them for the first time. During the seven years before the 1832 British publication of Poems firmly established his reputation as a poet in the U.S., Bryan became a key figure in New York City's circle of fiction writers. His tales compare favorably with those of his contemporary Washington Irving, and his varied experiments in a new genre anticipate future developments by half a century and more. Gado's previous book presented Bryant as a major exponent of American literary nationalism and the prime antecedent of Whitman and Frost; here, he retrieves a body of short fiction from the fringe of oblivion and both shines a light on the neglected decade preceding Poe and Hawthorne and examines Bryant's tales as part of that history. """"Frank Gado's first-rate selection of William Cullen Bryant's poetry and prose and his persuasive essays on Bryant's contribution to American prosody and culture restore [him] to his rightful place in American literary history as the philosophical poet too long overlooked. An essential volume."""" -Brenda Wineapple, White Heat and Ecstatic Nation

A propos de l'auteur: FRANK GADO, professor emeritus of American literature, has written on Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn, James Kirke Paulding, Poe's paternity, and Sherwood Anderson. In addition to his books on Bryant, he is the author of The Passion of Ingmar Bergman. His chapter on the first third of the 19th century appears in the Cambridge History of American Poetry, to be published this year.

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