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Widely known as the anthology that best unites tradition with innovation, The American Tradition in Literature is proud to enter its fifth decade of leadership among textbook anthologies of American literature.Each volume continues to offer a flexible organization, with literary merit as the guiding principle of selection. The new photos and illustrations illuminate the texts and literary/historical timelines help students put works in context.
Table of Contents
|list Of Illustrations|
|exploration And The Colonies, 1492N++1791 Virginia And The South|
|new England Timeline: Exploration And The Colonies|
|natives And Explorers Native Literature: The Oral Tradition|
|the Chiefs Daughters Coyote And Bear Twelfth Song Of The Thunder The Corn Grows Up At The Time Of The White Dawn Snake The Cause The Weavern++S Lamentation|
|christopher Columbus (1451-1506)|
|[Report Of The First Voyage]|
|giovanni Da Verrazzano (1485?-1528)|
|fromverrazzanon++S Voyage: 1524|
|alvar Nuez Cabeza De Vaca (C1490-C1557)|
|fromnarrative Of Cabeza De Vaca|
|the Indians Bring Us Food|
|the Christians Leave The Island Of Malhado|
|richard Hakluyt (1552-1616)|
|the Famous Voyage Of Sir Francis Drake [Nova Albion]|
|samuel De Champlain (C1567-1635)|
|fromvoyages Of Samuel De Champlain: The Voyage Of 1604N++1607|
|the Colonies John Smith (1580-1631)|
|fromthe General History Of Virginia, New England, And The Summer Isles The Third Book. The Proceedings And Accidents Of The English Colony In Virginia|
|what Happened Till The First Supply The Fourth Book: The Proceedings Of The English After The Alteration Of The Government Of Virginia John Smith's Relation To Queen Anne Of Pocahontas (1616)|
|william Bradford (1590-1657)|
|fromof Plymouth Plantation, Book I|
|of Their Voyage, And How They Passed The Sea; And Of Their Safe Arrival At Cape Cod|
|showing How They Sought Out A Place Of Habitation; And What Befell Them Thereabout Fromof Plymouth Plantation, Book Ii [The Mayflower Compact (1620)]|
|[Compact With The Indians]|
|[Thomas Morton Of Merrymount John Winthrop (1588-1649)|
|froma Model Of Christian Charity Puritanism Anne Bradstreet (1612?-1672)|
|the Prologue The Flesh And The Spirit The Author To Her Book Before The Birth Of One Of Her Children To My Dear And Loving Husband|
|a Letter To Her Husband, Absent Upon Public Employment In Memory Of My Dear Grandchild Elizabeth Bradstreet|
|who Deceased August, 1665 Being A Year And A Half Old Upon The Burning Of Our House, July 10Th, 1666|
|froma Narrative Of The Captivity And Restoration Of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson Edward Taylor (1642?-1729)|
|the Preface Upon Wedlock, And Death Of Children Huswifery Meditation 8, First Series Upon A Spider Catching A Fly Crosscurrents: Puritans, Indians, And Witchcraft Cotton Mather (1663-1728)|
|*[Indian Powaws And Witchcraft] *Mary Towne Easty (1634?-1692)|
|[The Petition Of Mary Towne Easty] Samuel Sewall (1652-1730)|
|*[A Witchcraft Judgen++S Confession Of Guilt] Cotton Mather (1663-1728)|
|fromthe Wonders Of The Invisible World Enchantments Encountered The Trial Of Bridget Bishop A Third Curiosity The South And The Middle Colonies William Byrd (1674-1744)|
|fromthe History Of The Dividing Line [Indian Neighbors] John Woolman (1720-1772)|
|fromthe Journal Of John Woolman 1720-1742 [Early Years] 1757 [Evidence Of Divine Truth], [Slavery] 1755-1758 [Taxes And Wars] St. Jean De Crevn++Coeur (1735-1813)|
|fromletters From An American Farmer: What Is An American? Reason And Revolution The Enlightenment And The Spirit Of Rationalism From Neoclassical To Romantic Literature Timeline: Reason And Revolution Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758)|
|sarah Pierrepont Froma Divine And Supernatural Light Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God Personal N|
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