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The Resource A companion to the literatures of colonial America, edited by Susan Castillo and Ivy Schweitzer

A companion to the literatures of colonial America, edited by Susan Castillo and Ivy Schweitzer

Label
A companion to the literatures of colonial America
Title
A companion to the literatures of colonial America
Statement of responsibility
edited by Susan Castillo and Ivy Schweitzer
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"The Companion is divided into four main sections: the opening section on issues and methods covers a wide range of approaches to defining and reading early American writing; the second section, entitled "New World Encounters," considers the interactions between cultural groups during the early centuries of exploration; the third section on identities looks at the development of regional spheres of influence in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; while the final section considers major genres and writers of the period in a series of "Cross-Cultural Conversations.""-- Introduction
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810.9/001
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PS185
LC item number
.C66 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1948-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Castillo, Susan P.
  • Schweitzer, Ivy
Series statement
Blackwell companions to literature and culture
Series volume
35
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American literature
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • Imperialism in literature
  • Colonies in literature
Label
A companion to the literatures of colonial America, edited by Susan Castillo and Ivy Schweitzer
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Michelle Burnham
  • The Culture of colonial america theology and aesthetics
  • Paul Giles
  • Teaching the text of early american literature
  • Michael P. Clarke
  • Teaching with the new technology: three intriguing opportunities
  • Edward J. Gallagher
  • Part II: New world encounters
  • Recovering pre-colonial american literary history: "the origin of stories" and the Popol Vuh
  • Timothy Powell
  • Part I: Issues and methods
  • Toltec mirrors: native Americans and Europeans in each other's eyes
  • Renee Bergland
  • Reading for Indian resistance
  • Bethany Schneider
  • Refocusing new Spain and spanish colonization: Malinche, Guadalupe and Sor Juana
  • Electa Arenal
  • British colonial expansion westwards: Ireland and America
  • Andrew Hadfield
  • The French relation and it's "hidden" colonial history
  • Sara Melzer
  • Prologomenal thinking: some possibilities and limits of comparative desire
  • Visions of the other in 16th and 17th writing on Brazil
  • Elena Losada Soler
  • New world ethnography, the Caribbean, and Behn's Oroonoko
  • Derek Hughes
  • Part III: Negotiating identities
  • Gendered voices from Lima and Mexico: Clarinda, Amarilis and Sor Juana
  • Raquel Chang-Rodriguez
  • Cleansing mexican antiquity: Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and the ioa to the divine narcissus
  • Viviana Diaz Balsera
  • Hemispheric americanism: Latin American exiles and US revolutionary writings
  • Teresa Toulouse
  • Rodrigo Lazo
  • Putting together the pieces: notes on the Eighteenth Century literary imagination
  • Douglas Anderson
  • The Transoceanic emergence of american 'postcolonial' identities
  • Gesa Mackenthun
  • Part IV: Genres and writers: cross-cultural conversations
  • The genre of exploration and conquest narratives
  • Tom Shields
  • The Conversion narrative in early America
  • Lisa Gordis
  • First peoples: an introduction to early native american studies
  • Indigenous literacies: new england and new spain
  • Hilary Wyss
  • Anglo-American religious culture: sermons, preaching, and the forensic and literary traditions of protestantism, 1530-1830
  • Greg Jackson
  • Neither here nor there: epistolarity in early America
  • Phil Round
  • True relations and critical fictions: the case of personal narratives in colonial american writing
  • Kathleen Donegan
  • "Cross-cultural conversations": the captivity narrative
  • Lisa Logan
  • Joanna Brooks
  • Epic, creoles, and nation in spanish america
  • Jose Mazzotti
  • Plainness and paradox: colonial tensions in the early new england religious lyric
  • Amy Morris
  • Captivating animals: science and spectacle in early american natural histories
  • Kathryn Napier Gray
  • Challenging convention historiography: the roaming 'I' in early colonial-american eyewitness accounts
  • Jerry M. Williams
  • Republican theatricality and transatlantic empire
  • Elizabeth Dillon
  • Toward a cultural geography of colonial american literatures: empire, location, creolization
  • Reading early american fiction
  • Winfried Fluck
  • Ralph Bauer
  • Textual investments economics and colonial american literatures
Control code
ocm57341991
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xv, 608 pages
Isbn
9781405112918
Lccn
2004029749
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)57341991
Label
A companion to the literatures of colonial America, edited by Susan Castillo and Ivy Schweitzer
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Michelle Burnham
  • The Culture of colonial america theology and aesthetics
  • Paul Giles
  • Teaching the text of early american literature
  • Michael P. Clarke
  • Teaching with the new technology: three intriguing opportunities
  • Edward J. Gallagher
  • Part II: New world encounters
  • Recovering pre-colonial american literary history: "the origin of stories" and the Popol Vuh
  • Timothy Powell
  • Part I: Issues and methods
  • Toltec mirrors: native Americans and Europeans in each other's eyes
  • Renee Bergland
  • Reading for Indian resistance
  • Bethany Schneider
  • Refocusing new Spain and spanish colonization: Malinche, Guadalupe and Sor Juana
  • Electa Arenal
  • British colonial expansion westwards: Ireland and America
  • Andrew Hadfield
  • The French relation and it's "hidden" colonial history
  • Sara Melzer
  • Prologomenal thinking: some possibilities and limits of comparative desire
  • Visions of the other in 16th and 17th writing on Brazil
  • Elena Losada Soler
  • New world ethnography, the Caribbean, and Behn's Oroonoko
  • Derek Hughes
  • Part III: Negotiating identities
  • Gendered voices from Lima and Mexico: Clarinda, Amarilis and Sor Juana
  • Raquel Chang-Rodriguez
  • Cleansing mexican antiquity: Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and the ioa to the divine narcissus
  • Viviana Diaz Balsera
  • Hemispheric americanism: Latin American exiles and US revolutionary writings
  • Teresa Toulouse
  • Rodrigo Lazo
  • Putting together the pieces: notes on the Eighteenth Century literary imagination
  • Douglas Anderson
  • The Transoceanic emergence of american 'postcolonial' identities
  • Gesa Mackenthun
  • Part IV: Genres and writers: cross-cultural conversations
  • The genre of exploration and conquest narratives
  • Tom Shields
  • The Conversion narrative in early America
  • Lisa Gordis
  • First peoples: an introduction to early native american studies
  • Indigenous literacies: new england and new spain
  • Hilary Wyss
  • Anglo-American religious culture: sermons, preaching, and the forensic and literary traditions of protestantism, 1530-1830
  • Greg Jackson
  • Neither here nor there: epistolarity in early America
  • Phil Round
  • True relations and critical fictions: the case of personal narratives in colonial american writing
  • Kathleen Donegan
  • "Cross-cultural conversations": the captivity narrative
  • Lisa Logan
  • Joanna Brooks
  • Epic, creoles, and nation in spanish america
  • Jose Mazzotti
  • Plainness and paradox: colonial tensions in the early new england religious lyric
  • Amy Morris
  • Captivating animals: science and spectacle in early american natural histories
  • Kathryn Napier Gray
  • Challenging convention historiography: the roaming 'I' in early colonial-american eyewitness accounts
  • Jerry M. Williams
  • Republican theatricality and transatlantic empire
  • Elizabeth Dillon
  • Toward a cultural geography of colonial american literatures: empire, location, creolization
  • Reading early american fiction
  • Winfried Fluck
  • Ralph Bauer
  • Textual investments economics and colonial american literatures
Control code
ocm57341991
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xv, 608 pages
Isbn
9781405112918
Lccn
2004029749
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)57341991

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