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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:1975
Doc. No:b12095
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Castillo, Susan P., 1948
Title & Author:A companion to the literatures of colonial America/ edited by Susan Castillo and Ivy Schweitzer
Publication Statement:Malden, MA ;Oxford: Blackwell Pub.,, 2005.
Series Statement :(Blackwell companions to literature and culture ; 35)
Page. NO:xv, 608 p.: ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN:1405112913(hardcover : alk.paper)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:Part I: Issues and methods --Prologomenal thinking: some possibilities and limits of comparative desire /Teresa Toulouse --First peoples: an introduction to early native american studies /Joanna Brooks --Toward a cultural geography of colonial american literatures: empire, location, creolization /Ralph Bauer --Textual investments economics and colonial american literatures /Michelle Burnham --TheCulture of colonial america theology and aesthetics /Paul Giles --Teaching the text of early american literature /Michael P. Clarke --Teaching with the new technology: three intriguing opportunities /Edward J. Gallagher --Part II: New world encountersRecovering pre-colonial american literary history: "the origin of stories" and the Popol Vuh /Timothy Powell --Toltec mirrors: native Americans and Europeans in each other's eyes /Renee Bergland --Reading for Indian resistance /Bethany Schneider --Refocusing new Spain and spanish colonization: Malinche, Guadalupe and Sor Juana /Electa Arenal --British colonial expansion westwards: Ireland and America /Andrew Hadfield --TheFrench relation and it's "hidden" colonial history /Sara Melzer --Visions of the other in 16th and 17th writing on Brazil /Elena Losada Soler --New world ethnography, the Caribbean, and Behn's Oroonoko /Derek Hughes --Part III: Negotiating identitiesGendered voices from Lima and Mexico: Clarinda, Amarilis and Sor Juana /Raquel Chang-Rodriguez --Cleansing mexican antiquity: Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and the ioa to the divine narcissus /Viviana Diaz Balsera --Hemispheric americanism: Latin American exiles and US revolutionary writings /Rodrigo Lazo --Putting together the pieces: notes on the Eighteenth Century literary imagination /Douglas Anderson --TheTransoceanic emergence of american 'postcolonial' identities /Gesa Mackenthun --Part IV: Genres and writers: cross-cultural conversationsThegenre of exploration and conquest narratives /Tom Shields --TheConversion narrative in early America /Lisa Gordis --Indigenous literacies: new england and new spain /Hilary Wyss --Anglo-American religious culture: sermons, preaching, and the forensic and literary traditions of protestantism, 1530-1830 /Greg Jackson --Neither here nor there: epistolarity in early America /Phil Round --True relations and critical fictions: the case of personal narratives in colonial american writing /Kathleen Donegan --"Cross-cultural conversations": the captivity narrative /Lisa Logan --Epic, creoles, and nation in spanish america /Jose Mazzotti --Plainness and paradox: colonial tensions in the early new england religious lyric /Amy Morris --Captivating animals: science and spectacle in early american natural histories /Kathryn Napier Gray --Challenging convention historiography: the roaming 'I' in early colonial-american eyewitness accounts /Jerry M. Williams --Republican theatricality and transatlantic empire /Elizabeth Dillon --Reading early american fiction /Winfried Fluck
Subject:American literatureColonial period, ca. 1600-1775--History and criticism
Subject:United StatesLiteratures--History and criticism
Subject:United StatesIntellectual life--18th century
Subject:United StatesIntellectual life--17th century
Subject:Imperialism in literature
Subject:Colonies in literature
Dewey Classification:‭810.9.001‬
LC Classification:‭PS185‬‭.C66 2005‬
Added Entry:Schweitzer, Ivy