The Life and Works of Nathaniel Deering (1791-1881): With the Text of Deering's Plays Carabasset and The Clairvoyants

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STUDIES IN ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE
1. The Life and Work of John Davis, 1774-1853 Thelma Louise Kellogg
2. Economic Feminism in American Literature prior to 1848 A. Genevieve Violette
3. Thomas Green Fessenden Porter Gale Perrin
4. The Formal Eclogue in Eighteenth-Century England Marion Kathryn Bragg
5. Stephen Duck, The Thresher-Poet Rose Mary Davis
6. A Lesser Hartford Wit: Dr. Elihu Hubbard Smith Marcia Edgerton Bailey
7. Additional Chapters on Thomas Cooper Maurice Kelley
8. Whittier's Use of the Bible James Stacy Stevens
9. Constantia--A Study of the Life and Works of Judith Sargent Murray, 1751-1820 Vena Bernadette Field
10. Philenia--The Life and Works of Sarah Wentworth Morton Emily Pendleton and Milton Ellis
11. The Influence of the Latin Elegists on English Lyric Poetry, 1600-1650 Pauline Aiken
12. A History of Newspapers in the District of Maine Frederick Gardiner Fassett, Jr.
13. The Novels of William Hurrell Mallock Amy Belle Adams
14. Gilbert Patten and His Frank Merriwell Saga John Levi Cutler
15. The Life and Works of Nathaniel Deering (1791-1881) Leola Bowie Chaplin

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  • STUDIES IN ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE *
  • Title Page *
  • Foreword 7
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS 9
  • List of Illustrations 10
  • Preface 11
  • Chapter I - 1791-1810 13
  • Chapter II - 1810-1822 37
  • Chapter III - 1822-1836 64
  • Chapter IV - PORTLAND AGAIN: THE PRODUCTIVE YEARS 1836-1852 93
  • Chapter V - THE LEISURELY YEARS 1852-1881 123
  • Appendix A 145
  • APPENDIX B - Complete Text of Deering's Tragedy CARABASSET 153
  • Preface 159
  • ACT I 161
  • ACT II 164
  • ACT III 171
  • ACT IV 176
  • ACT V 178
  • APPENDIX C - THE CLAIRVOYANTS 193
  • ACT 2d 201
  • Bibliography 226
  • Index 229
  • UNIVERSITY OF MAINE STUDIES - SECOND SERIES 245
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