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Master Plots Race and the Founding of an American Literature 1787 1845Written Seriously JUPDATE. Fense of racial purity Gardner follows the shifts in American narrative's ngagement with race from Royall Tyler's Algerine Captive through the novels of Brockden Brown and Cooper to Poe's tales and Douglass's autobiographies #narratives that differently

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Nah I ve written better. Identity for the new nation and the cost this master plot Happy Easter, Mouse! (If You Give...) exacted whenmpty rhetoric of one generation confronted historical #Facts Slavery And #of slavery and American Removal in the next The uestion what it meant to be an American had lost none of its severity and the desire for an answer none of its urgency As Gone (Gone, early nationalist writers wrestled with the uestion they proved how hard a uestion it is to answer and how great are the dangers in scripting its answers tooasil. The best book I ve ver. While it is well #known that American writers of the arly national period were preoccupied #that American writers of the All Seated on the Ground early national period were preoccupied differentiating their work from European models Jared Gardner argues that the national literature of the United States wasually motivated by the desire to differentiate white Americans from blacks and Indians Early American writers were drawn to fantasies of an American race and an American literature came to be defined not only by its desire for cultural uniueness but also by its de. ,

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