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Christopher Columbus
Colonialism
John Smith
Colonialism
William Bradford
Colonialism
Ben Franklin
Puritanism
Thomas Paine
Puritanism
Thomas Jefferson
Puritanism
Phillis Wheatley
Puritanism
De Crevecoeur
Puritanism
Washingotn Irving
Romanticism
William Cullen Bryant
Romanticism
T
Edgar Allan Poe
Romanticism
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Fireside Poets
Oliver Wendell Holmes
Fireside Poet
James Russell Lowell
Fireside Poet
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Transcedentalist
Henry David Thoreau
Transcendentalist
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Anti-Transcendentalism
Herman Melville
Anti-Transcendentalist
Crane (Red Badge)
Naturalism
Mark Twain
Regionalist
Bret Harte
Regionalist
Jack London
Regionalist
Kate Chopin
Regionalist
Edith Wharton
Regionalist
Willa Cather
Regionalism
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Regionalist
T.S. Eliot
Modernist
Ezra Pound
Modernist
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Modernist
E.E. Cummings
Modernist
W. H. Auden (THE UNKNOWN CITIZEN)
Modernist
Thomas Wolfe
Modernist
Ernest Hemingway
Modernist
Katherine Anne Porter
Modernist
Arthur Miller (Death of a)
Modernist
Native American Myth
a story passed down through oral tradition within a native tribe that told of the beginning of the world
Colonialism
historical accoutns of colonial ventures that often sought to entice the sponsor of the particular voyage
Puritanism
religious movement that bred a new form of simple literature dedicated to simplistic items of everyday life
Anne Bradstreet
Puritanism
Native American Myth
a story passed down through oral tradition within a native tribe that told of the beginning of the world
Anne Bradstreet
Puritanism
Edward Taylor
Puritanism
Jonathan Edwards
Puritanism
Romanticism
literary/artistic movement of the 19th century that elevates imagination over reason and intuition over fact. bends rules of reality, reaction against reason
Fireside Poetry
Family oriented writing
Transcedentalism
an intellectual movement founded by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Believed in the perpetual openess of the human mind to new influx of light and power; belief in inspiration and ecstasy. Man's possibilities, seeking deeper truth
Anti-Transcendentalism
literary movement characterized by the the beliefe that there is natural evil present in the world and that man possesses distinct limitations and fallibility
Naturalism
the belief that forces greater than man dictate life`
regionalism
literary movement that focused on capturing the geography, customs, traditions, beliefs, language, and people of a particular region
modernism
literary momvent that sought to capture the dissapointment and disillusionment in the 20th century following WWI. (AN END TO OPTIMISM)
Realism
writing meant to capture life as it really is
Imagism
writing meant to boil something down to its very essence