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Student's History of American Literature

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Download Ch 1. Early Colonial Literature. 1607-1700. Pt. 1.The English in Virginia audio
Download Ch 1, Pt 2. Pilgrims and Puritans in New England audio
Download Ch 1, Pt 3. The New England Clergy audio
Download Ch 1, Pt 4. Puritan Poetry in New England audio
Download Ch 2. The Eighteenth Century. Pt 1. The First Half of the Century audio
Download Ch 2, Pt 2. Benjamin Franklin: 1706-1790 audio
Download Ch 2, Pt 3. The Second Half of the Century audio
Download Ch 2, Pt 4. Poetry of the Revolution audio
Download Ch 2, Pt 5. The Close of the Century audio
Download Ch 3. The Beginning of the Nineteenth Century. Pt 1. The New Literature: The Knickerbocker Group audio
Download Ch 3, Pt 2. Washington Irving: 1783-1859 audio
Download Ch 3, Pt 3. James Fenimore Cooper: 1789-1851 audio
Download Ch 3, Pt 4. William Cullen Bryant: 1794-1878 audio
Download Ch 4. Philosophy and Romance. Pt 1. The Literary Development of New England audio
Download Ch 4, Pt 2. Ralph Waldo Emerson: 1803-1882 audio
Download Ch 4, Pt 3. Henry D. Thoreau: 1817-1862 audio
Download Ch 4, Pt 4. Nathaniel Hawthorne: 1804-1864 audio
Download Ch 4, Pt 5. Edgar Allan Poe: 1809-1849 audio
Download Ch 5. The New England Poets. Pt 1. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: 1807-1882 audio
Download Ch 5, Pt 2. John Greenleaf Whittier: 1807-1892 audio
Download Ch 5, Pt 3. James Russell Lowell: 1819-1891 audio
Download Ch 5, Pt 4. Oliver Wendell Holmes: 1809-1894 audio
Download Ch 6. General Literary Development. Pt 1. The Historians audio
Download Ch 6, Pt 2. Orators and Statesmen audio
Download Ch 6, Pt 3. Writers of Pennsylvania and New York audio
Download Ch 6, Pt 4. Novelists and Humorists audio
Download Ch 6, Pt 5. Poetry, South and North audio
Download Ch 7. Recent Years. Pt 1. Scholars and Essayists audio
Download Ch 7, Pt 2. Poets of this Generation audio
Download Ch 7, Pt 3. Contemporary Fiction audio
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Engaging history of American Lit from the 1600's up through the late 1890's. The author, who was a professor at Knox College, really put a lot into this, combining national history with his love for literature. - Summary by BellonaTimes

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