After Franklin: The Emergence of Autobiography in Post-revolutionary America 1780-1830

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University of New Hampshire ; published by University Press of New England, 2001 - 241 עמודים
An analysis of the foundations of autobiography in America.

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After Franklin: the emergence of autobiography in post-revolutionary America, 1780-1830

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Arch's (Authorizing the Past; English, Michigan State Univ.) well-supported thesis is that before the 1810s in North America, people who wrote about themselves, Benjamin Franklin for example, were not ... קרא סקירה מלאה

After Franklin: the emergence of autobiography in post-revolutionary America, 1780-1830

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Arch's (Authorizing the Past; English, Michigan State Univ.) well-supported thesis is that before the 1810s in North America, people who wrote about themselves, Benjamin Franklin for example, were not ... קרא סקירה מלאה

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מידע על המחבר (2001)

Charles McLean Andrews (1863–1943) was a professor of American history at Yale University. He and his wife, Evangeline Walker Andrews, also edited Jonathan Dickinson’s Journal. Stephen Carl Arch is a professor of English at Michigan State University. He is the author of After Franklin: The Emergence of Autobiography in Post-Revolutionary America, 1780–1830 and Authorizing the Past: The Rhetoric of History in Seventeenth-Century New England.

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