The Importance of Feeling English: American Literature and the British Diaspora, 1750-1850

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INDEX
Adams, John, 2, 22, 30
Amelia, 45, 51, 139n5
American Renaissance, 1, 7, 68, 132n22
Amistad, the, 119
Amory, Hugh, and David Hall, 10, 11-12; The History of the Book in America, 10
Anarchiad, The (Barlow, Hopkins, Humphreys), 25
Anderson, Benedict, 12
Arac, Jonathan, 150n9
Armstrong, Nancy, 57, 58, 139n2; and Leonard Tennenhouse, 135n2, 141n16, 150n6
Austen, Jane, 48, 74, 77, 84-85, 91, 93, 97, 106; “Elinor and Marianne,” 84; Emma, 145n18, 146n12; “First Impressions,” 84; Northanger Abbey, 84; Persuasion, 85, 86-87, 88-89; Pride and Prejudice, 8586, 87, 88, 89; Sense and Sensibility, 84, 85, 86, 87-88, 89-90
Bailyn, Bernard, 138n32, 139n3
Baldick, Chris, and Robert Mighall, 145n4
Balibar, Etienne, 39, 40, 41
Barbauld, Anna Laetitia, 76, 144n9
Barlow, Joel, 7, 24, 25, 28, 38, 132n22; The Anarchiad (with Hopkins and Humphreys), 25; The Columbiad, 14; “The Prospect of Peace,” 14; Vision of Columbus, 14, 25
Barrell, John, 3
Bell, Robert, 11
belle lettres, 30, 35, 36
Berkeley, Bishop (George), 13, 14, 16, 18, 134n45, 137n47; “Proposal for the Better Supplying of Churches in Our Foreign Plantations and for Converting the Savages to Christianity, etc.,” 14-15; “Verses on the Prospect of Planting Arts and Learning in America,” 13-15
Bernard, Francis: Epilogus, 133n42
Blair, Hugh, 30, 39; Lectures on Rhetoric and Belle Lettres, 35, 39, 137n31, 138n48
Boston Magazine, 148n8
Boyarim, Jonathan, and Daniel Boyarim, 5
Brackenridge, Hugh Henry, 27, 28, 132n22, 136n17, 136n18; Modern Chivalry 27-28; The Rising Glory of America (with Freneau), 13, 16, 17. See also Freneau, Philip
Bradford, William, 53
Breen, T. H., 8, 130n9, 132n20
Brockden Brown, Charles, 7, 85, 93, 107, 117, 132n22; Arthur Mervyn, 75, 109; Clara Howard, 7-8, 74, 78-83, 84, 86, 90-91, 110, 144n3, 144n5; Edgar Huntley, 75, 100, 108, 109, 144n5; Jane Talbot, 75; Ormond, 75, 109; Philip Stanley, 7475, 84-85, 90; Skywalk, 107-8; Wieland, 108, 109
Brooke, Henry, The Fool of Quality, 73
Brown, Gillian, 145n13
Brown, Homer O., 144n9
Brown, James, 6-7
Brown, William Hill: The Power of Sympathy, 7, 45, 48-50, 51-52, 53, 65, 67, 73, 80
Brown, William Wells: Clotel, 150n12
Buell, Lawrence, 40
Burgett, Bruce, 144n3
Burgh, James, 137n30
Burgoyne, John, 41, 42
Burnard, Trevor, 131n12
Burney, Frances: Evalina, 110
Bushman, Richard, 38
Butler, Samuel: Hudibras, 27
Byles, Mather, 37
Byron, Lord George Gordon, 87
Campbell, George: The Philosophy of Rhetoric, 35, 137n31

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Table of contents

  • The Importance of Feeling English iii
  • For Nancy v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1: Diaspora and Empire 1
  • 2: Writing English in America 19
  • 3: The Sentimental Libertine 43
  • 4: The Heart of Masculinity 73
  • 5: The Gothic in Diaspora 94
  • Afterword from Cosmopolitanism to Hegemony 118
  • Notes 129
  • Index 153
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