The traditional Classics sequence presents eReaders with the knowledge of the Classical global, with either English translations and the unique Latin and Greek texts. This entire booklet offers the total works of the good historian Thucydides, with appealing illustrations, informative introductions and the standard Delphi bonus fabric. (Version 1)
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Melville and Dickinson, for instance, weren't really "discovered" until the 1920s and 1930s, when they had an immediate impact on writers living then. Even those who were fairly well known during the antebellum period-Poe, Hawthorne, Douglass, and others-came to be much better known in the twentieth century (Douglass's 1845 Narrative, for instance, was not republished after the early 1850s until 1960) and in some ways exerted an influence on twentiethcentury literature and culture more significant than what they exerted on their nineteenth-century contemporaries.
For the most part, American writers of this time had a sophisticated understanding of their relationship to British and other literary traditions and would have regarded as nonsense the idea that they were expected to create a completely separate American literature. They would have also regarded as nonsense the idea that American literature should be uncritically patriotic. One of the more notable features of the acclaimed 1820s writings of Irving, Bryant, and Cooper (along with the writings of their contemporaries such as Sedgwick, Sigourney, and Lydia Maria Child) was just how critical these writings could be of early national culture.
But even with her emphasis on the cultural power of domesticity, Stowe, like Fuller, fully embraced the public sphere of authorship. Just about all of the women writers represented in this anthology made an important mark in the periodical culture of the time, and some used their connections to magazines and newspapers to develop as professional authors who were able to live on earnings from their writings. Child, Fuller, Fern, and Rebecca Harding Davis all had newspaper columns, and Fern was paid lavishly for hers.