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A History of English-Canadian Literature to the Confederation

Its Relation to the Literature of Great Britain and the United States

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ISBN 9780674188723

Publication Date: 01/01/1920

200 pages

6 illustrations

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  • Preface
  • I. National Consciousness
  • II. Puritanism and the Pre-Revolutionary Period
  • III. The Loyalist Tradition and the Scotch Migration
  • IV. The Rise of Democracy
  • V. Joseph Howe and the “Nova Scotian”
  • VI. Thomas Chandler Haliburton and the Loyalist Tradition in the Development of American Humor
  • VII. Political Satire In The Canadas
  • VIII. History and Politics
  • IX. Periodical Literature in the Canadas
  • X. Memoirs
  • XI. John Richardson and the Historical Romance
  • XII. Science and Scholarship
  • XIII. Travel and Exploration
  • XIV. The School of Goldsmith
  • XV. The School of Byron
  • XVI. Charles Sangster
  • XVII. The School of Burns
  • XVIII. Charles Heavysege
  • XIX. Past and Present
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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