INDEX
Abolition, 27
Adorno, Theodor, 52, 235 n.3
Aesthetics, xi-xii, 2, 8, 12-15, 25-26,
49
Ahlstrom, Sidney, 29, 232 n.28
Alcott, Louisa May, 137
Allegory, 100, II7-121, 131, 166
American Adam, II5-II6, 135, 142-143
American poet, II3, 133-143
American sentimental tradition,
I
Anderson, Benedict, 105, 122, 226 n.6,
242 n.1
Anthropology, xiii, 7
Apostrophe, 39-47, 67-78, 91-92, II7,
121-129,155-156, 165
Aries, Phillipe, 22
Aristotle, 89
Armstrong, Janice, 22
Arvin, Newton, 227 n.2
Bakhtin, M. M., 89. See also Genre;
Heteroglossia; Monologia
Baldwin, James, 161, 225 n.3, 227 n.3
Baptist church, 20, 27-29, 232 n.28,
233 n·31
Barlow, Joel, 8, 108-II3, 123, 135
Barnes, Elizabeth, 243 n.4
Baym, Nina, 14
Bennington, Vermont, 22-23
Bercovitch, Sacvan, 230 n.8
Berlant, Lauren, 244 n.9
Boethius, 55
Bonds, 6-9, 17, 31-39, 42, 52-55, 62,
72-77, 84-86, 90-95, 104, lIS, 121,
126-138, 146, 153-159, 162, 165, 176,
181-184
Bourdieu, Pierre, 25, 247 n.9
Bradstreet, Anne, 70-73
Brattleboro, Vermont, 22-23
Breitwieser, Mitchell, 238 n.1
Bricolage, 48, 105, 174. See also Levi-
Strauss, Claude
Bright, J. H., 42
Brown, Gillian, 236 n.6, 236 n.1O
Bryant, William Cullen, 135
Buell, Laurence, 225 n.4, 250 n.22
Burr, Lucy, 38
Byron,Lord,2S-26
Carpenter, Edward, 24
Carrier, James, 236 n.7
Carville, James, 181
Channing, William Ellery, 142
Cheal, David, 234 n.3, 235 n.3, 236
n.lo, 237 n.12
Cherokee, II2
Child, Lydia Maria, 123-124
Civil War, 52-57, 94, 129, 139, 147-161
Clark, Suzanne, 227 n.1
Class, xii, 16, 34-35, 55-59, 66, 74, 82,
104, 123, 133-143, 146-151, 161-167,
181-186.
See also Middle class
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 26, 135
Collaboration, 3, 79-80, 83-95, 105,
131-137, 142-143, 148-149, 181-182;
and nation, 8,105-106,131,148-155;
and self, 4-8, 21-22, 32-37, 52-55,
77
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