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National Studies in American Letters.
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Benton Co PL - Fowler INDIANA 917.7 NIC (Text) 34044000029775 INDIANA COLLECTION Available -
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  • Physical Description: x, 277 pages ; 18 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Macmillan, 1900.

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General Note:
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Chapter 1. Indiana and her people -- Chapter 2. The rural type and the dialect. The word "Hoosier". Pioneer difficulties. The dialect -- Chapter 3. Bringers of the light. Religious influences. Early illiteracy. Caleb Mills. Julia L. Dumont and Catharine Merrill -- Chapter 4. An experiment in socialism. New Harmony. Robert Dale Owen and William Maclure. Thomas Say and the scientists -- Chapter 5. The Hoosier interpreted. Edward Eggleston. James Whitcomb Riley -- Chapter 6. Crawfordsville. "The Hoosier Athens" Lew Wallace. Maurice Thompson. Mary H. Krout and Caroline V. Krout. -- Chapter 7. "Of making many books there is no end" Indiana a point of departure. Fiction -- History and politics -- Miscellaneous -- Chapter 8. An Indiana choir. Early writers. Forceythe Willson and Elizabeth Conwell Willson. Later poets. The Hoosier landscape.
Summary, etc.:
"These pages represent an effort to give some hint of the forces that have made for cultivation in Indiana. While the immediate purpose has been an examination of the state's performance in literature, it has seemed proper to approach the subject with a slight review of Indiana's political and social history."--Pref.
Subject: American literature > Indiana.
Indiana > Social life and customs.
Indiana > Intellectual life.

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