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That wild fellow John Neal and the American literary revolution That wild fellow John Neal and the American literary revolution by Lease, Benjamin. Publication date Topics Neal, John, Publisher Chicago, University of Chicago Press Internet Archive Books. John Neal (Aug – J ), was an author and art/literary critic. He was a man of diverse talents and objectives, many of which were pioneering in his day. For example, he is credited as being the first American author to employ colloquialism in his writing, breaking with more formal traditions in literature. However, he was also undisciplined and often rambling, so despite Born: Aug , Portland, Maine, United States. That Wild Fellow John Neal and the American Literary Revolution. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, xii & pp. Benjamin Lease’s book is the first full-length study of John Neal, an interesting and important, and previously too-little-attended figure in American literary history. Neal, John That wild fellow John Neal and the American literary revolution by Benjamin Lease (Book) Wandering recollections of a somewhat busy life. An autobiography by John Neal A history of the American revolution.
(1) American Writers: A Series of Papers Contributed to Blackwood’s Magazine () by John Neal, ed. F. L. Pattee (Durham, N.C.: Duke Univ. Press, ), p. (2) That Wild Fellow John Neal and the American Literary Revolution (Chicago and London: Univ. of Chicago Press, ), esp. pp. For quotations and references to Neal’s. That Wild Fellow John Neal, and the American Literary Revolution by Benjamin Lease; Essays Mostly on Periodical Publishing in America: A Collection in Honor . Books shelved as american-revolution: by David McCullough, John Adams by David McCullough, Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow, Founding Brothers: The. John Neal and Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture critically reassesses the significance of American novelist, editor, critic, and activist John Neal to the transatlantic literary culture of the nineteenth century. Long appreciated primarily as a powerful advocate of literary Pages:
The Literary History of the American Revolution, [Tyler, Moses Coit ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Literary History of the American Revolution, Cited by: This history of the American Revolution helped explain, above all, what was so revolutionary about it. Although it may not have had the novelesque feel of, say, David McCullough's "" or the intimacy of one of Joseph Ellis's biographies, Countryman's work provided the sort of grand sweep that is fun - without the incredible detail that can make a book by Gordon Wood a challenge/5. Journal of the American Revolution is the leading source of knowledge about the American Revolution and Founding Era. We feature smart, groundbreaking research and well-written narratives from expert writers. Our work has been featured by the New York Times, TIME magazine, History Channel, Discovery Channel, Smithsonian, Mental Floss, NPR, and more. Gordon S. Wood received his B.A. from Tufts University and his Ph.D. from Harvard University. Since he has been at Brown University, where he is a professor of history. In his book The Creation of the American Republic — was nominated for the National Book Award and received the Bancroft and John H. Dunning he won the Pulitzer Prize for The 3/5(1).