From Academic Dissertations to World Literature: Highlights from 'Defining a Nation: The Literature of Early America'
The literature of Early America is a window which gives us a view into major events and everyday minutiae of the time that helped shape the United States into what it is today. In its earliest stages, most colonists were still heavily influenced by the works of English writers. However, just as America began to seek its independence, so, too, did its art. Leaning on such themes as self-sufficiency, nationhood, exploration, and religion, America surged forward. The newly released digital...
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