Mania for freedom : American literatures of enthusiasm from the Revolution to the Civil War /
In this study of literature in antebellum America, John Mac Kilgore argues that a distinct rhetorical tradition of enthusiasm emerged as a form of political dissent. This was literature written to confront normative values, to respond to critical injustice and to incite revolt, if not broad change....
Chapel Hill :
University of North Carolina Press,
Evans: Library Stacks
PS195.E57 K55 2016
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