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Overview

Widely known as the anthology that best meshes tradition with innovation, The American Tradition in Literature enters its fifth decade of leadership among textbook anthologies of American Literature. Literary merit remains the guiding principle of selection; flexibility of organization, with Walt Whitman represented in both volumes, continues to be one of the text's hallmarks.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780077315429
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 1/28/2009
  • Edition description: Concise
  • Sales rank: 110,308
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 2.10 (d)

Meet the Author

George Perkins is Professor of English at Eastern Michigan University and an Associate Editor ofNarrative. He holds degrees from Tufts and Duke universities and received his Ph.D. from Cornell.He has been a Fulbright Lecturer at the University of Newcastle in Australia and has held a Fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh. In addition to Newcastle and Edinburgh, he has taught at Washington University, Baldwin-Wallace College and Fairleigh Dickinson University. His books include THE THEORY OF THE AMERICAN NOVEL, REALISTIC AMERICAN SHORT FICTION, AMERICAN POETIC THEORY, THE HARPER HANDBOOK TO LITERATURE (with Northrup Frye and Sheridan Baker), THE PRACTICALIMAGINATION (with Frye, Baker and Barbara Perkins), BENET'S READER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN LITERATURE (with Barbara Perkins), KALEIDOSCOPE: Stories of the AmericanExperience (with Barbara Perkins), WOMEN'S WORK; An Anthology of American Literature (withBarbara Perkins and Robyn Warhol), and THE AMERICAN TRADITION IN LITERATURE, 9TH edition (with Barbara Perkins).

Barbara Perkins is Adjunct Professor of English at the University of Toledo and Associate Editor of Narrative. Since its founding, she has served as Secretary-Treasurer of the Society for the Study of Narrative Literature. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and has taught at Baldwin-Wallace College, The University of Pennsylvania, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Eastern Michigan University, and the University of Newcastle, Australia. She has contributed essays to several reference works including CONTEMPORARY NOVELISTS, GREAT WRITERS OF THE ENLGISH LANGUAGE, and THE WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA. Her books include CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN LITERATURE (with George Perkins), BENET'S READER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OFAMERICAN LITERATURE (with George Perkins and Phillip Leininger), KALEIDOSCIPE: StoriesOf the American Experience (with George Perkins), WOMEN'S WORK: An Anthology of American Literature (with George Perkins and Robyn Warhol) and THE AMERICAN TRADITION IN LITERATURE, 9th edition (with George Perkins).

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Table of Contents

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PREFACE

EXPLORATION AND THE COLONIES

The Original Inhabitants

Virginia and the South

New England

EXPLORATION

GIOVANNI DA VERRAZZANO (1485?-1528).

Verrazzano's Voyage: 1524.

ALVAR NÚÑEZ CABEZ DE VACA (C.1490-C.1557).

The Narrative of Cabeza de Vaca.

Chapter 12: The Indians bring us food.
Chapter 14: The departure of four Christians.
Chapter 16: The Christians leave the island of Malhado.
Chapter 17: The coming of Indians with Andres Dorantes, Castillo, and Estevanico.
Chapter 19: Our separation by the Indians.
Chapter 20: Of our escape.
Chapter 21: Our cure of some of the afflicted.
Chapter 22: The coming of other sick to us the next day.

SAMUEL DE CHAMPLAIN (c.1567-1635).

Voyages of Samuel de Champlain: The Voyages of 1604-1607.
Chapter 8: Continuation of the discoveries along the coast of the Almouchiquois, and what we observed in detail.

THE COLONIES

JOHN SMITH (1580-1631).

THE GENERAL HISTORY OF VIRGINIA, NEW ENGLAND, AND THE SUMMER ISLES.

The Third Book. The Proceedings and Accidents of the English Colony in Virginia.
Chapter II: What Happened till the First Supply.

The Fourth Book: The Proceedings of the English after the Alteration of the Government Of Virginia.

John Smith's Relation to Queen Anne of Pocahontas (1616).

The Sixth Book. The General History of New England.

The Description of New England.

WILLIAM BRADFORD (1590-1657).

Of Plymouth Plantation, Book I.
Chapter IX: Of their Voyage, and how they Passed the Sea; and of their SafeArrival at Cape Cod.
Chapter X: Showing How they Sought out a place of Habitation; and What Befell them Thereabout.

Of Plymouth Plantation, Book II.

[The Mayflower Compact (1620)].
[Compact with the Indians (1621)].
[First Thanksgiving (1621)].
[Narragansett Challenge (1622)].
[Thomas Morton of Merrymount (1628)].

THOMAS MORTON (C.1579-1647)

NEW ENGLISH CANAAN.

The First Book: Containing the Original of the Natives, Their Manners, and Customs, with their Tractable Nature and Love towards the English.

Chapter IV: Of Their Houses and Habitations.
Chapter XV: Of their Admirable Perfection in the Use of the Senses.

The Third Book Containing a Description of the People that are Planted There.

Chapter XIV: Of the Revels of New Canaan.
Chapter XV: Of a Great Monster Supposed to be at Ma-re Mount.

JOHN WINTHROP (1588-1649).

A Model of Christian Charity.

ROGER WILLIAMS (1603?-1683).

The Bloody Tenet of Persecution for Cause of Conscience.
Preface.
Chapter XCIII.

The Bloody Tenet Yet More Bloody.

Letter to the Town of Providence.

ANNE BRADSTREET (1612?-1672).

The Prologue.

The Four Ages of Man.

Childhood.

The Flesh and the Spirit.

Contemplations.

The Author to Her Book.

Before the Birth of One of Her Children.

To My Dear and Loving Husband.

A Letter to Her Husband, Absent upon Public Employment.

Another [Letter of Her Husband, Absent upon Public Employment].

In Memory of My Dear Grandchild Elizabeth Bradstreet, Who Deceased August, 1665 Being a Year and a Half Old.

Upon the Burning of Our House, July 10th, 1666.

Meditations, Divine and Moral.

MICHAEL WIGGLESWORTH (1631-1705).

The Day of Doom.

PURITANISM

MARY ROWLANDSON (1636?-1711?).

A Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson.

SAMUEL SEWALL (1652-1730).

The Diary of Samuel Sewall.

[Customs, Courts, and Courtships].

EDWARD TAYLOR (1642?-1729).

The Preface.

Meditation 1, First Series.

Upon Wedlock, and Death of Children.

The Experience.

Huswifery.

Meditation 8, First Series.

The Glory of and Grace in the Church set out.

Upon a Spider Catching a Fly.

The Reflexion.

The Joy of Church Fellowship rightly attended.

Meditation 42, First Series.

A Fig for thee Oh! Death.

[TWO MEDITATIONS ON "THE SONG OF SOLOMON," CANTICLE VI].
Meditation 142, Second Series.
Meditation 146, Second Series.

COTTON MATHER (1663-1728).

The Wonders of the Invisible World.
Enchantments Encountered.
The Trial of Bridget Bishop.
A Third Curiosity.

Magnalia Christi Americana.

The Life of John Winthrop.
The Life of His Excellency Sir William Phips.

Bonifacius: Essays to Do Good.

Much Occasion for Doing Good.
The Excellence of Well-Doing.
The Reward of Well-Doing.
Opportunities to Do Good.
On Internal Piety and Self-Examination.

SARAH KEMBLE KNIGHT (1666-1727).

The Journal of Madam Knight.
[New England Frontier].
[Connecticut].
[New York City].

THE SOUTH AND THE MIDDLE COLONIES

EBENEZER COOK (1667?-1733?).

The Sotweed Factor.

WILLIAM BYRD (1674-1744).

The History of the Dividing Line.

[The Marooner].
[Lubberland].
[Indian Neighbors].

A Progress to the Mines.

[Reading a Play in the Backwoods].

JOHN WOOLMAN (1720-1772).

The Journal of John Woolman.

1720-1742 [Early Years].

1749-1756 [On Merchandise].

1757

[Evidence of Divine Truth].
[Slavery].

1755-1758 [Taxes and Wars].

ST. JEAN DE CRÈVECOUR (1735-1813).

Letters from an American Farmer.

What Is an American?
Description of Charles-Town; Thoughts on Slavery; On Physical Evil; A Melancholy Scene.

Sketches of Eighteenth Century America.

Manners of the Americans.

WILLIAM BARTRAM (1739-1823).

Travels Through North and South Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida.
[Alligators].
[The Amazing Crystal Fountain].
[Indian Corn, Green Meadows, and Strawberry Fields].

REASON AND REVOLUTION

The Englightenment and the Spirit of Rationalism.

From Neoclassical to Romantic Literature.

JONATHAN EDWARDS (1703-1758).

Sarah Pierrepont.

A Divine and Supernatural Light.

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.

Personal Narrative.

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).

The Autobiography.

Poor Richard's Almanack.

Preface to Poor Richard, 1733.
The Way to Wealth: Preface to Poor Richard, 1758.

An Edict by the King of Prussia.

The Sale of the Hessians.

The Ephemera.

To Madame Helvetius.

Information to Those Who Would Remove to America.

Letter to William Franklin [We Are Men, All Subject to Errors].

Letter to Ezra Stiles [Here Is My Creed].

Speech in the [Constitutional] Convention.

THOMAS PAINE (1737-1809)

Common Sense.
Thoughts on the Present State of American Affairs.

The American Crisis.

The Age of Reason.
[Profession of Faith].
[Of Myth and Miracle].
[Christian Revelation and Nature].
[First Cause: God of Reason].
[Recapitulation].

JOHN ADAMS (1755-1826) and ABIGAIL ADAMS (1744-1818).

Letters.

THOMAS JEFFERSON (1743-1826).

The Declaration of Independence.

First Inaugural Address.

Notes on the State of Virginia.
[A Southerner on Slavery].

Letter to Dr. Benjamin Rush [The Christian Deist].

Letter to John Adams [The True Aristocracy].

OLAUDAH EQUIANO (1745?-1797?)

The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano.
Chapter 2: [From Childhood to Slavery].
Chapter 3: [Travels to Various Countries].
Chapter 7: [He Purchases his Freedom].

PHILLIS WHEATLEY (1753?-1784).

To the University of Cambridge, in New-England.

On Being Brought from Africa to America.

On the Death of the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield.

An Hymn to the Evening.

To S.M. a Young African Painter, on Seeing His Works.

To His Excellency General Washington.

THE FEDERALIST (1787-1788).

The Federalist No. 1 [Alexander Hamilton].

The Federalist No. 10 [James Madison].

PHILIP FRENEAU (1752-1832).

To Sir Toby.

To the Memory of the Brave Americans.

On Mr. Paine's Rights of Man.

The Wild Honey Suckle.

The Indian Burying Ground.

On a Honey Bee.

To a Caty-Did.

On the Universality and Other Attributes of the God of Nature.

JOEL BARLOW (1754-1812).

The Hasty-Pudding.

Advice to a Raven in Russia.

ROYALL TYLER (1757-1826).

The Contrast.

CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN (1771-1810).

Edgar Huntly.
Chapter XV.
Chapter XVI.

THE ROMANTIC TEMPER AND THE HOUSE DIVIDED

Regional Influences

Nature and the Land

The Original Native Americans

NATURE AND SOCIETY

THE NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE.

TALES.

Manabozho.

The Chief's Daughters.

Coyote and Bear.

A Tale of the Sky World.

ORATORY.

Speech of Logan.

Speech of Red Jacket.

Speech of Tecumseh.

Speech of Speckled Snake.

Speech of Red Cloud.

POETRY.

Twelfth Song of the Thunder.

Formula to Destroy Life.

The Corn Grows Up.

At the Time of the White Dawn.

Snake the Cause.

Three Songs of Owl Woman.

The Weaver's Lamentation.

WASHINGTON IRVING (1783-1859).

A History of New York, by Diedrich Knickerbocker.

Book III: In Which Is Recorded the Golden Reign of Wouter Van Twiller.

THE SKETCH BOOK.

The Author's Account of Himself.

Rip Van Winkle.

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

JAMES FENIMORE COOPER (1789-1851).

From The Pioneers, or The Sources of the Susquehanna.

The American Democrat.

An Aristocrat and a Democrat.

Preface to The Leather-Stocking Tales.

CATHERINE MARIA SEDGWICK (1789-1867).

Hope Leslie, or Early Times in Massachusetts.

WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT (1794-1878).

Thanatopsis.

The Yellow Violet.

Inscription for the Entrance to a Wood.

To a Waterfowl.

Oh Fairest of the Rural Maids.

A Forest Hymn.

The Two Graves.

To Cole, the Painter, Departing for Europe.

To the Fringed Gentian.

The Prairies.

Robert of Lincoln.

The Poet.

The Death of Lincoln.

The Flood Years.

*CAROLINE STANSBURY KIRKLAND (1801-1864).

A New Home: Who'll Follow?

FRANCIS PARKMAN (1823-1893).

The Oregon Trail.
Chapter XXIV: The Chase.

COLLOQUIAL HUMOR

AUGUSTUS BALWIN LONGSTREET (1790-1870).

The Horse-Swap.

T.B. THORPE (1815-1878).

The Big Bear of Arkansas.

GEORGE WASHINGTON HARRIS (1814-1869).

Set Loumgood's Daddy, Acting Horse.

TRANSCENDENTALISM

RALPH WALDO EMERSON (1803-1882).

Nature.

The American Scholar.

The Divinity School Address.

Self-Reliance.

Compensation.

The Over-Soul.

The Poet.

Concord Hymn.

Each and All.

The Rhodora.

The Problem.

Uriel.

The Snow-Storm.

Hamatreya.

The Apology.

Give All to Love.

Ode (Inscribed to W.H. Channing).

Fable.

Brahma.

Days.

Terminius.

Journals and Letters.

8 July [1831].
Liverpool, 1 September, 1833.
Boston, Feb. 19 [1834].
[To Thomas Carlyle].
Saturday [June] 23 [1838].
[Oct. 12, 1838.].
[Nov. 10, 1838.].
[August 25, 1843.].
[July, 1846].
[August, 1848.].
[Spring, 1851.].
[August 1, 1852.].
[To Walt Whitman].
[April, 1859.].
[June, 1863.].
[May 24, 1864.].

MARGARET FULLER (1810-1850).

Woman in the Nineteenth Century.

HENRY DAVID THOREAU (1817-1862).

A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers.
[Nature, Poetry, and the Poet].

Walden.

Civil Disobedience.

Life without Principle.

Journals.
March 21 [1840].
June 22 [1840].
[June 1, 1850].
Dec. 30. Tuesday [1851].
Feb. 13 [1852].
April 16 [1852].
Oct. 28 [1853].
March 11 [1856].
May 12 [1857].
Oct. 20 [1857].

ROMANTICISM

EDGAR ALLAN POE (1809-1849).

Romance.

Song from Al Aaraaf.

Sonnet--To Science

Lenore.

The Sleeper.

Israfel.

To Helen.

The City in the Sea.

The Coliseum.

To One in Paradise.

Sonnet-Silence.

Dream-Land.

The Raven.

Ulalume.

The Bells.

Annabel Lee.

Ligeia.

The Fall of the House of Usher.

The Masque of the Red Death.

The Purloined Letter.

The Cask of Amontillado.

The Philosophy of Composition.

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE (1804-1864).

My Kinsman, Major Molineux.

Young Goodman Brown.

Wakefield.

The Minister's Black Veil.

The Maypole of Merry Mount.

The Birthmark.

Rappaccini's Daughter.

Ethan Brand.

Preface to The House of the Seven Gables.

THE SCARLET LETTER.

Preface to the Second Edition

The Custom-House.

The Scarlet Letter.

HERMAN MELVILLE (1819-1891).

Hawthorne and His Mosses.

Bartleby the Scrivener.

Benito Cereno.

BATTLE-PIECES AND ASPECTS OF THE WAR.

The Portent.

Misgivings.

The March into Virginia.

A Utilitarian View of the Monitor's Fight.

Shiloh.

Malvern Hill.

The House-Top.

The College Colonel.

An Uninscribed Monument.

JOHN MARR AND OTHER SAILORS.

The Good Craft "Snow-Bird".

Old Counsel.

The Tuft of Kelp.

TIMOLEON.

After the Pleasure Party.

The Maldive Shark.

Monody.

Lone Founts.

Art.

Greek Architecture.

Billy Budd, Sailor

THE HUMANITARIAN SENSIBILITY AND THE INEVITABLE CONFLICT

Inevitable Conflict.

Democracy and Social Reform.

HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW (1807-1882).

A Psalm of Life.

The Arsenal at Springfield.

Seaweed.

The Song of Hiawatha.
III. Hiawatha's Childhood.
IV. Hiawatha and Mudjekeewis.
V. Hiawatha's Fasting.
VII. Hiawatha's Sailing.
VIII. Hiawatha's Fishing.
XXI. The White Man's Foot.

The Jewish Cemetery at Newport.

My Lost Youth.

Divina Commedia.

Chaucer.

Milton.

Nature.

The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls.

The Cross of Snow.

JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER (1807-1892).

Massachusetts to Virginia.

Ichabod.

First-Day Thoughts.

Skipper Ireson's Ride.

Telling the Bees.

Laus Deo.

Snow-Bound.

Abraham Davenport.

OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES (1809-1894).

Old Ironsides.

The Last Leaf.

My Aunt.

The Chambered Nautilus.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN (1809-1865).

Farewell Address at Springfield.

First Inaugural Address.

Reply to Horace Greeley.

Letter to General Joseph Hooker.

Letter to General U.S. Grant.

Address at the Dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetery.

Second Inaugural Address.

*FANNY FERN (1811-1872).

Aunt Hetty on Matrimony.

Male Criticism on Ladies' Books.

The "Coming" Woman.

A Chapter for Parents.

The Working Girls of New York.

HARRIET BEECHER STOWE (1811-1896).

Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Chapter VII: The Mother's Struggle.
Chapter XIX: Miss Ophelia's Experiences and Opinions, Continued.
Chapter XL: The Martyr.
Chapter XLI: The Young Master.

Oldtown Folks.

Miss Asphyxia.

HARRIET JACOBS (1813-1897)

Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.
VI: The Jealous Mistress.
XVII: The Flight.
XVIII: Months of Peril.
XIX: The Children Sold.

FREDERICK DOUGLASS (1817?-1895).

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass.
Chapter I [Birth].
Chapter VII [Learning to Read and Write].
Chapter X [Mr. Covey].

JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL (1819-1891).

A Fable for Critics.

The Biglow Papers, First Series.

No. 1: A Letter.

The Biglow Papers, Second Series.

Introduction.
The Courtin'.

Ode Recited at the Harvard Commemoration.

*ALICE CARY(1820-1871).

The Wildermings.

*ROSE TERRY COOKE (1827-1897).

How Ceclia Changed Her Mind.

REBECCA HARDING DAVIS (1831-1910).

Life in the Iron Mills.

PIONEER OF A NEW POETRY

WALT WHITMAN (1819-1892).

Preface to the 1855 Edition of Leaves of Grass.

Song of Myself.

CHILDREN OF ADAM.

Out of the Rolling Ocean the Crowd.

Once I Pass'd Through a Populous City.

Facing West from California's Shores.

As Adam Early in the Morning.

CALAMUS.

For You O Democracy.

I Saw in Louisiana a Live-oak Growing.

I Hear It Was Charged Against Me.

Crossing Brooklyn Ferry.

SEA-DRIFT.

Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking.

As I Ebb'd with the Ocean of Life.

To the Man-of-War-Bird.

BY THE ROADSIDE.

Gods.

When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer.

The Dalliance of the Eagles.

DRUM-TAPS.

Beat! Beat! Drums!

Cavalry Crossing a Ford.

Vigil Strange I Kept on the Field One Night.

A March in the Ranks Hard-Prest, and the Road Unknown.

A Sight in Camp in the Daybreak Gray and Dim.

The Wound-Dresser.

Look Down Fair Moon.

Reconciliation.

MEMORIES OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN.

When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd.

AUTUMN RIVULETS.

There Was a Child Went Forth.

This Compost.

To a Common Prostitute.

Passage to India.

The Sleepers.

WHISPERS OF HEAVENLY DEATH.

Darest Thou Now O Soul.

Whispers of Heavenly Death.

Chanting the Square Deific.

A Noiseless Patient Spider.

FROM NOON TO STARRY NIGHT.

To a Locomotive in Winter.

By Broad Potomac's Shore.

SONGS OF PARTING.

Joy, Shipmate, Joy!.

So Long!

SECOND ANNEX: GOOD-BYE MY FANCY.

Good-bye My Fancy!

Specimen Days.
After First Fredericksburg.
Patent-Office Hospital.
The White House by Moonlight.
The Wounded from Chancellorsville.
Unnamed Remains the Bravest Soldier.
Abraham Lincoln.
Virginia.
Summer of 1864.
The Inauguration.
Death of President Lincoln.
No Good Portrait of Lincoln.
Three Years Summ'd Up.
The Million Dead, Too, Summ'd Up.
Entering a Long Farm-Lane.
To the Spring and Brook.
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