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" Puerile superstition and exploded manners; Gothic castles and chimeras, are the materials usually employed for this end. The incidents of Indian hostility, and the perils of the western wilderness, are far more suitable; and, for a native of America to... "
A History of Literature in America - Página 132
de Barrett Wendell, Chester Noyes Greenough - 1904 - 443 páginas
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The Sewanee Review, Volume 4

1896
...the sympathy of the reader by means hitherto unemployed by preceding authors. Puerile superstitions and exploded manners, Gothic castles and chimeras are the materials usually employed for this end." He was going to deal with facts ; to be, in short, a realist. But although he did not use the material...
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American Prose: Selections

George Rice Carpenter - 1898 - 465 páginas
...protests against " puerile superstition and exploded manners, Gothic castles and chimeras," and adds : " The incidents of Indian hostility and the perils of the western wilderness are far more suitable." All this is admirable, but unfortunately the inherited thoughts and methods of the period hung round...
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american prose

george rice carpenter - 1898
...protests against " puerile superstition and exploded manners, Gothic castles and chimeras," and adds: "The incidents of Indian hostility and the perils of the western wilderness are far more suitable." All this is admirable, but unfortunately the inherited thoughts and methods of the period hung round...
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The Tales of Terror ....

Christabel Forsyth Fiske - 1900 - 40 páginas
...passions and engaging the sympathy of the reader by means hitherto unemployed. Puerile superstitions and exploded manners, Gothic castles and chimeras, are the materials usually employed for such ends. The incidents of Indian hostility and the perils of the western wilderness are far more...
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The Book Lover: A Magazine of Book Lore, Volume 1

1900
...passions and engaging the sympathy of the reader by means hitherto unemployed. Puerile superstitions and exploded manners, Gothic castles and chimeras, are the materials usually employed for such ends. The incidents of Indian hostility and the perils of the wilderness are far more suitable...
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English Literature

Stopford Augustus Brooke, George Rice Carpenter - 1900 - 358 páginas
...richness of the field open to American writers of fiction, and to substitute, as in Edgar Huntley (1801), "the incidents of Indian hostility and the perils of the western wilderness " for the puerile terrors of Mrs. Radcliffe and the Castle of Otranto. It was in the fertile field...
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English Literature: With Chapters on English Literature (1832-1892 and on ...

Stopford A Brooke, George Rice Carpenter - 1906 - 362 páginas
...of the field open to American writers of fiction, and to substitute, as in Edgar Huntley (1801), " the incidents of Indian hostility and the perils of the western wilderness " for the puerile terrors of Mrs. Radcliffe and the Castle of Otranto. It was in the fertile field...
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A Reader's History of American Literature

Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Henry Walcott Boynton - 1903 - 327 páginas
...protests against " puerile superstition and exploded manners, Gothic castles and chimeras," and adds : " The incidents of Indian hostility and the perils of the western wilderness are far more suitable." All this is admirable, but unfortunately the inherited thoughts and methods of the period hung round...
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A Reader's History of American Literature

Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Henry Walcott Boynton - 1903 - 327 páginas
...protests against " puerile superstition and exploded manners, Gothic castles and chimeras," and adds : " The incidents of Indian hostility and the perils of the western wilderness are far more suitable." All this is admirable, but unfortunately the inherited thoughts and methods of the period hung round...
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Charles Brockden Brown: A Study of Early American Fiction

Martin Samuel Vilas - 1904 - 66 páginas
...passions and engaging the sympathy of the reader by means hitherto unemployed by preceding authors. Puerile superstition and exploded manners; Gothic...America to overlook these, would admit of no apology." CHAPTER VII. CLARA HOWARD. "Clara Howard" is a love story, pure and simple — exceedingly simple....
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