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William Ellery Channing

An Essay on the Liberal Spirit in America

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ISBN 9780674331532

Publication Date: 04/06/1981

203 pages

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An outstanding instance of present-day spiritual biography. Delbanco’s book is an important contribution to our understanding of nineteenth-century New England literature and culture and their connection with the national and international thought of the age.—Lewis P. Simpson

Awards & Accolades

  • Andrew Delbanco Is a 2011 National Humanities Medal Winner
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