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American Literature1820—1865791

WASHINGTON IRVING (1783—1859)805

The Author’s Account of Himself808

Rip Van Winkle810

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow822

JAMES FENIMORE COOPER (1789—1851)842

The Pioneers844

[The Slaughter of the Pigeons]844

Notions of the Americans851

[The Literature and the Arts of the United States]851

AUGUSTUS BALDWIN LONGSTREET (1790—1870)862

The Horse Swap864

A Sage Conversation869

The Shooting Match877

WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT (1794—1878)888

Thanatopsis890

The Yellow Violet891

To a Waterfowl892

Sonneet—to an American Painter Departing for Europe893

The Prairies894

The Poet896

Abraham Lincoln898

RALPH WALDO EMERSON (1803—1882)898

Nature903

The American Scholar931

The Divinity SchoolAddress944

Self-Reliance956

The Over-Soul973

The Poet984

Experience999

Fate1014

Thoreau1033

Hymn Sung at the Completion of the Concord Monument,April 19, 18361045

Each and All1046

The Problem1047

Uriel1049

Hamatreya1050

The Rhodora1052

The Snow-Storm1052

Ode, Inscribed to W.H.Channing1053

Merlin1055

Days1058

Journals and Letters1059

[Sunday, April 18, 1824, Canterbury (Roxbury), Massachusetts] Myself1059

[July 8, 1831, Boston] [Always a Right Word]1062

[July 13, 1833, Paris] [In the Garden of Plants]1062

[January 1, 1834, Boston] [My Savings Bank]1064

[February 19, 1834, Boston] [A White Whale]1064

To Lydia Jackson, Concord, February 1, 183 5 [A Modulated New Love:I Am Born a Poet]1064

[August 1, 1835, Concord] [Sadness after Thirry]1065

[April 26, 1838, Concord] [Philanthropic MeetingsHoly Hurrahs]1065

To Thomas Carlyle (Concord, May 1o, 1838) [I Am a Rich Man]1066

[June 18, 1838, Concord] [Prote??; Writing; America]1067

[June 23, 1838, Concord] [Goodies]1068

[August 22, 1838, Concord] [I Decline Invitations]1068

[August 31, 1838, Concord] [Aftermath of the Divinity School Address]1068

To Thomas Carlyle (Concord, October 17, 1838) [Delayed Reactions to the Divinity School Address]1069

[November 10, 1838, Concord] [Challenging Thoreau to Write His Opinions into Good Poetty]1069

[September 14, 1839, Concord] [The Business of Education]1070

[June 24, 1840, Concord] [The Screaming of the Mad Neighborwoman]1071

[October 17, 1840, Concord] [Skepticism about the Brook Farm Utopia]1072

[October 25, 1840, Concord] [Swearing as the Best Rhetorie]1072

[November-December, 1841, Concord] [Dead Sentences vs.Man-Making Words]1072

[January 30, 1842, Concord] [Young Waldo’s Physical World]1073

[January 30(?), 1842, Concord] [YoungWaldo’s Human World]1073

To William Emerson, Concord, May 6, 1843 [What to Expect from Thoreau]1073

[August 25, 1843, Concord] [Thoreau’s Fault of Unlimited Contradiction]1074

To William Emerson (Concord, October 4, 184 [A Craze for Acquiring Property]1074

To W.J.Rotch (Concord, November 17, 1845) [The Lyceum Should Exclude Nobody]1075

[April 25, 1848, London] [The London Literati on Male Chastity]1075

[May 6(?), 1848, London] [Tennyson as a Talkative Hawthorne]1076

[August 1848, Concord] [Thoreau the Woodgod]1076

[April 1851, Concord] [The Hypocrisy ofDaniel Webster]1076

[April 13, 1852, Concord] [The Purist Who Refuses to Vote]1077

[August 1, 1852, Concord] [Negro Slavery Vs.Quite Other Slaves to Free]1077

To Walter Whitman (July 21, 1855, Concord) [The Wonderful Gift of Leaves of Grass]1077

[February 29, 1856, Concord] [The Frustration of Trying to Talk to Thoreau]1078

To Thomas Carlyle (May 6, 1856, Concord) [Second Thoughts on the Nondescript Monster, Leaves of Grass]1078

[February 1862, Concord] [Thoreau: Why He Farcied Whitman]1078

[June 1863, Concord] [SeeingHimself Furthered in Thoreau’s Journals]1079

[1863, Concord] [Taking Lincoln with His Faults]1079

[May 24, 1864, Concord] [The Burial of Hawthome—After Waiting Too Long to Get to Know Him]1079

[July 2, 1867, Concord] [A Mystcry about Reading]1080

[June 1871, Concord] [The Scientific Splendors of This Age]1080

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE (1804—1864)1081

My Kinsman, Major Molineux1085

Roger Malvin’s Burial1098

Young Goodman Brown1111

The May-Pole of Merry Mount1120

Wakefield1127

The Minister’s Black Veil1133

Rappaccini’s Daughter1142

The Scarlet Letter1162

The Custom-House1162

The Scarlet Letter1187

Prcface to The House of the Seven Gables1302

of the Hawk-eye”: A Gallery of Hawthorne’s Word-Portraits]1304

[Jonathan Cilley]1304

[Remarkable Characters at North Adams]1305

[Henry D.Thoreau]1308

[Edmund Hosmer—Emerson’s Ideal Farmer]1310

[Walden Pond]1311

[Herman Melville]1313

[Hiram Powers]1314

[Abraham Lincoln]1316

HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW (1807—1882)1318

A Psalm of Life1319

Excelsior1320

Mezzo Cammin1321

The Slave’s Dream1322

The Fire of Drift-wood1323

The Building of the Ship1324

[Conclusion]1324

My Lost Youth1326

Aftermath1328

JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER (1807—1892)1329

Ichabod!1330

Snow-Bound: A Winter Idyl1331

Prelude to Among the Hills1349

EDGAR ALLAN POE (1809—1849)1353

The Lake1357

Preface1358

Introduction1358

Sonnet To Science1360

Fairyland1361

To Helen1362

Israfel1362

The City in the Sea1364

The Sleeper1365

The Valley of Unrest1366

Alone1367

Dream-land1368

The Raven1369

To———.Ulalume: A Ballad1372

Annabel Lee1375

Ligeia1376

The Fall of the House of Usher1386

William Wilson.A Tale1399

The Man of the Crowd1412

The Black Cat1418

The Purloined Letter1425

The Imp of the Perverse1438

The Cask of Amontillado1442

Letter to Mr————1446

[Reviews of Hawthorne’s Twice-T old Tales]1452

[April]1452

[May]1454

The Philosophy of Composition1459

The Poetic Principle1467

Letters1485

To John Allan (Richmond,March 19, 1827) [My Determination Is at Length Taken]1485

To John Allan (Richmond, March 20, 1827) [In the Greatest Necessity]1486

To John P.Kennedy (Baltimore, March 15, 1835) [I Cannot Come]1486

To Thomas W.White (Baltimore, April 30, 1835) [Berenice Justified]1486

To Maria Clemm (Richmond, August 29, 183 5) [“My Own Sweetest Sissy”]1487

To Philip P.Cooke (Philadelphia, September 21, 1839) [Such Wild Matters as Ligeia]1489

To Joseph Evens Snodgrass (Philadelphia, April 1, 1841) [My Sole Drink Is Water]1490

To Maria Clemm (New-York, April 7, 1844) [No Fear of Starving Here]1490

To Annie L.Richmond (Fordham, November 16, 1848) [My Darling,My Annie]1492

ABRAHAM LINCOLN (1809—1865)1494

[The Presidential Question:] Speech in the United States House of Representatives, July 27, 18481496

A House Divided: Speech Delivered at Springfield, Illinois, at the Close of the Republican State Convention, June 16, 18581498

Address Delivered at the Dedication of the Cemetery at Gettysburg, November 19, 18631504

Second Inaugural Address, March 4, 18651505

OLIVER WENDELLHOLMES (18o9—1894)1506

Old Ironsides1507

The Last Leaf1508

The Chambered Nautilus1509

The Deacon’s Masterpiece: or The Wonderful “One-Hoss Shay”1510

MARGARET FULLER (1810—1850)1513

The Great Lawsuit1515

[Two Kinds of Slavery: Miranda: No Man is Willingly Ungenerous]1515

[Four Kinds of Equalism]1523

[The Great Radical Dualism]1528

HARRIET BEECHER STOWE (1811—1896)1532

Uncle Tom’s Cabin; or Life among the Lowly1533

Chapter Ⅶ. The Mother’s Struggle1533

The Minister’s Housekeeper1542

GEORGE WASHINGTON HARRIS (1814—1869)1551

Parson John Bullen’s Lizards1552

Mrs.Yardley’s Quilting1557

Hen Baily’s Reformation1564

T.B.THORPE (1815—1878)1569

The Big Bear of Arkansas1570

JOHNSON JONES HOOPER (1815—1862)1578

Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs1579

[A Portrait of the Captain]1579

The Captain Attends a Camp-Meeting1580

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