Văn Học Mỹ - American Literature (MS-372)

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PREFACE

INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE INTERPRETATION HISTORY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE

Major authors and works

John Smith:

Benjamin Franklin:

The Pocahontas Incident from Autobiography

Washington Irving:

Sayings from Poor Richard's Almanack Rip Van Winkle

Ralph Waldo Emerson:

Selections from Emerson Essays

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls

Edgar Allan Poe:

The Tell-Tale Heart Annabel Lee

Emily Dickinson:

 

Mark Twain:

A Word, I Never Saw a Moor, My Life Closed Twice, I'm Nobody, Some Keep the Sabbath, How Happy Is the Little Stone, If I Can Stop One Heart, The Bustle in a House, There Is No Frigate Like a Book, Success Is Counted Sweetest, The Sky Is Low, Faith Is a Fine Invention from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Kate Chopin:

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer The Story of An Hour

O. Henry:

The Cop and The Anthem

Robert Frost:

The Pasture, The Road Not Taken, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening, Mending Wall, Putting in the Seed, Nothing Gold Can Stay

Katherine Anne Porter:

Jilting of Granny Weatherall

William Faulkner:

A Rose for Emily

Ernest Hemingway:

In Another Country

A Clean, Well-Lighted Place Cat in the Rain

Maureen Daly:

Sixteen

PERIODS OF LITERARY TRENDS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Early American and colonial period to 1776

Democratic origins and revolutionary writers, 1776-1820

The romantic period. 1820-1860: essayists and poets

The rise of realism, 1860-1914

Modernism and experimentation, 1914-1945 

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