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dc.contributor.author Baym, Nina en(us)
dc.date.accessioned 2010-02-26T00:40:16Z
dc.date.available 2010-02-26T00:40:16Z
dc.date.issued 2007
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10106/1979
dc.description.tableofcontents American Literature 1865-1914 Iltroduction 1 Iii eliine 14 \\ALT WHITMAN (1819-1892) 17 Crossing Brooklyn Ferry 21 Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking 2S Song of Myself (1881) 30 E\IILIY DICKINSON (1830-1886) 74 39 [49] [I1 never lost as much but twice] 78 112 [67] [Success is counted sweetest] 79 124 1216] [Safe in their Alabaster Chambers - ] 79 202 1185] ["Faith" is a fine invention] 80 207 [214] [1 taste a liquor never brewed - 1 80 225 [199] [I'm "wife" - I've finished that - ] 80 236 [324] [Some keep the Sabbath going to Church - i 81 269 [249] [kkild Nights - Wild Nights!1 82 320 [2958] [There's a certain Slant of light] 82 339 1241] 11 like a look of Agony] 82 340 1280] [1 felt a Funeral, in my Brain] 84 359 i1328] [A Bird came down the Walk - ] 84 372 ;341] [After great pain, a formal feeling comes - ] 85 409 13031 [The Soul selects her own Society - 1 85 448 4 449] [1 died for Beauty - but was scarce] 86 479 [712] [Because I could not stop for Death - ] 86 S19 [4411 [This is my letter to the World] 87 591 465] [1 heard a Fly buzz - Nhen I died - ] 87 59 i632] [T'he Brain - is wider than the Sky - ] 88 620 433] [Much Madness is divinest Sense -] 88 6(, 1520] [1 started Early - Took my Dog - ] 88 7(4 A754] [My Life had stood - a loaded Gun - ] 89 IO(96 [986] [A narrow Fellow in the Grass] 90 12 63 [1129] [iell all the Truth but tell it slant - 1 91 1668 [1624] [Apparently with no surprise] 91 1773 [1732] [My life closed twice before it's close;] 91 MARIA AMPARO RUIZ DE BURTON (1832-1895) 92 The Squatter and the Don 93 Chapter V The Don in His Broad Acres 93 MARKTWAIN (Samuel L. Clemens) (1835-1910) 100 The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County 104 Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 108 Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offences 294 Roughing It 303 Chapter 23 303 Letters from the Earth 307 Satan's Letter 309 Letter II 310 Letter IV 313 Letter VI 315 Letter to the Earth 318 The War Prayer 322 BRET HARTE (1836-1902) 324 The Luck of Roaring Camp 326 Miggles 333 Tennessee's Partner 340 HENRY ADAMS (1838-1918) 347 The Education of Henry Adams 349 Editor's Preface 349 Preface 350 Chapter XXV. The Dynamo and the Virgin 351 AMBROSE BIERCE (1842-1914?) 359 An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge 360 Chickamauga 366 NATIVE AMERICAN CHANTS AND SONGS 371 THE NAVAJO NIGHT CHANT (version by John Bierhorst, based on Washington Matthews's text) 371 The Sacred Mountains 372 Dance of the AtsAlei, Thunderbirds 374 CHIPPEWA SONGS (transcribed and translated by Frances Densmore) 377 Song of the Crows 378 My Love Has Departed 379 Love-Charm Song 380 The Approach of the Storm 381 The Sioux Women Gather Up Their Wounded 381 The Sioux Woman Defends Her Children 381 Song of the Captive Sioux Woman 382 NATIVE AMERICAN ORATORY 382 COCHISE (ca. 1812-1874) 383 [I am alone] (version by Henry Stuart Turrill) 383 CHARLOT (ca. 1831-1900) 385 [He has filled graves with our bones] (from the Missoula Missozulian) 385 HENRY JAMES (1843-1916) 388 Daisy Miller: A Study 391 The Real Thing 429 The Beast in the Jungle 447 The Figure in the Carpet 476 SARAH WINNEMUCCA (ca. 1844-1891) 501 Life Among the Piutes 502 From Chapter I. First Meeting of Piutes and Whites 502 From Chapter II. Domestic and Social Moralities 507 From Chapter VIII. The Yakima Affair 510 JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS (1848-1908) 512 The Wonderful Tar-Baby Story 514 How Mr. Rabbit Was Too Sharp for Mr. Fox 515 EMMA LAZARUS (1849-1887) 516 In the Jewish Synagogue at Newport 518 1492 519 The New Colossus 520 SARAH ORNE JEWETT (1849-1909) 520 A White Heron 522 KILTE CHOPIN (1850-1904) 529 The Storm 531 The Awakening 535 MARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN (1852-1930) 625 A New England Nun 626 The Revolt of "Mother" 635 ANNA JULIA COOPER (1858-1964) 645 Woman Versus the Indian 647 BOOKER T. WASHINGTON (1856-1915) 663 Up from Slavery 665 Chapter I. A Slave among Slaves 665 JOHN M. OSKISON (1874-1947) 1046 The Problem of Old Harjo 1046 JACK LONDON (1876-1916) 1051 The Law of Life 1052 To Build a Fire 1057 The Mexican 1067 The House of Pride 1084 Mauki 1094 ZITKALA SA (Gertrude Simmons Bonnin) (1876-1938) 1105 Impressions of an Indian Childhood 1107 I. My Mother 1107 II. The Legends 1108 IV. The Coffee-Making 1110 VII. The Big Red Apples 1111 The School Days of an Indian Girl 1113 I. The Land of Red Apples 1113 II. The Cutting of My Long Hair 1115 V. Iron Routine 1116 VI. Four Strange Summers 1117 VII. Incurring My Mother's Displeasure 1119 An Indian Teacher among Indians 1121 I. My First Day 1121 III. My Mother's Curse upon White Settlers 1122 IV. Retrospection 1123 The Soft-Hearted Sioux 1124 Why I Am a Pagan 1130 CORRIDOS 1132 El Corrido de Gregorio Cortez 1133 Gregorio Cortez 1134 Jacinto Treviflo 1137 Tiempos Amargos 1139 GHOST DANCE SONGS (translated and notated by James Mooney) 1140 Songs of the Arapaho 1141 [Father, have pity on me] 1141 [When I met him approaching] 1141 Songs of the Sioux 1142 [The father says so] 1142 [Give me my knife] 1143 [The whole world is coming] 1143 WOVOKA (ca. 1856-1932) 1144 The Messiah Letter: Cheyenne Version 1145 The Messiah Letter: Mooney's Free Rendering 1146 DEBATES OVER "AMERICANIZATION" 1147 FREDERICK JACKSON TURNER: From The Significance of the Frontier in American History 1148 THEODORE ROOSEVELT: From American Ideals 1153 From The Strenuous Life 1156 HELEN HUNT JACKSON: From A Century of Dishonor 1159 JOSE MARTI: From Our America 1164 CHARLES W. CHESNUTT: A Defamer of His Race 1167 JANE ADDAMS: Twenty Years at Hull-House 1169 From Chapter V, First Days at Hull House 1170 Chapter XI. Immigrants and Their Children 1172 ANNA JULIA COOPER: From One Phase of American Literature 1174 SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHIES Al PERMISSIONS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS A31 INDEX A33 en(us)
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