The dreaded BIBLIOGRAPHY!

Bibliography

Brown, Herbert Ross. The Sentimental Novel in America, 1789-1865. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989. Print.

Davidson, Cathy. “Flirting with Destiny: Ambivalence and Form in the Early American Sentimental Novel.” Studies in American Fiction vol 10 (1982). 17-39. Print.

Davidson, Cathy N. Revolution and the Word: The Rise of the Novel in America. New York: Oxford University Press, 1986. Print.

Foster, Hannah W. The Coquette. New York: Oxford University Press, 1986. Print.

Loshe, Lillie Deming. The Early American Novel: 1789-1830. New York: Columbia University Press, 1907. Print.

McDowell, Tremaine McDowell. “Sensibility in the Eighteenth-Century American Novel.” Studies in Philology vol 24 (1927).

Petter, Henri. The Early American Novel. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University Press, 1971. Print.

Shuffleton, Frank, “Mrs. Foster’s Coquette and the Decline of Brotherly Watch.” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture vol 16 (1986). Print.

Stern, Julia A. The Plight of Feeling. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993. Print.

Wenska, Walter P. “The Coquette and the American Dream of Freedom.” Early American Literature 12.3 (1977). 243-255. Print.

 

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~ by kellysawesomethoughts on March 27, 2011.

One Response to “The dreaded BIBLIOGRAPHY!”

  1. Nice work on these sources. I recommend annotating three of them. You should definitely do the book chapters on The Coquette by Davidson and Stern. I’ll leave the third choice up to you, but preferably one of the more recent ones (i.e. from the last couple of decades so it is in dialog with Davidson and Stern).

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