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English literature, 1789-1815.
W L. Renwick
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Oxford History of English Literature Vol. IX English Literature W. L. RENWICK This volume shows the influence on contemporary literature of the exciting events during these restless years. Authors included are those whose most characteristic work appears between and x, though their roots were in the past, and those. Volume I of The Cambridge History of American Literature was originally published in , and covers the colonial and early national periods and discusses the work of a diverse assemblage of authors, from Renaissance explorers and Puritan theocrats to Revolutionary pamphleteers and poets and novelists of the new republic.
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Part of the complete reissue of The Oxford History of English Literature, this volume concentrates on the Romantic movement, but does not strictly adhere to 1789-1815.
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