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American Writers: Walter Lippmann
His numerous books included the influential Public Opinion (1922), The Phantom Public (1925), and A Preface to Morals (1929), all of which endorse "liberal ...
American Writers: Teacher Resources - Thomas Paine
Thomas Paine was a PAMPHLETEER, using the written word to spread political ideas first in Common Sense, then in the American Crisis papers. ...
American Writers: Emerson & Thoreau
Works by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Nature (1836). The American Scholar (1837). The Divinity School Address (1838). Essays, First Series, ("Self-Reliance," ...
American Writers: Salem, Massachusetts
The House of the Seven Gables Historic Site is a national historic district with six houses ... Location: 54 Turner Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970 ... Show map of 54 Turner St, Salem, MA 01970
American Writers: Hannibal, Missouri
A companion site for C-SPAN's special television series for 2001. Created by Cable. ... Web sites about the place. Mark Twain Boyhood Home in Hannibal, MO ... Show map of 208 Hill St, Hannibal, MO 63401
American Writers: James Fenimore Cooper Video Lesson Plan
Lesson Credit: Curriculum Advisory Team member, Koleta Tilson. ... What conflict lies at the center of The Last of the Mohicans? ...
American Writers: James Baldwin
Baldwin grew up in poverty in Harlem. ... In the impassioned The Fire Next Time (1963), perhaps his most powerful civil-rights statement, ...
American Writers: Edith Wharton
Her autobiography, A Backward Glance, appeared in 1934. Web sites about Edith Wharton. Edith Wharton: An Overview with Biocritical Sources ...
American Writers: Edith Wharton
Born into a distinguished family, Wharton was educated privately at home and in Europe.
American Writers: John Steinbeck
Steinbeck attended Stanford University intermittently between 1920 and 1926...
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