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Preface to the Routledge Classics edition - Richard Ruland Foreword to the Routledge Classics edition - Linda Wagner Martin Preface Part I The Literature of British America 1. The Puritan Legacy 2. Awakening and Enlightenment Part II From Colonial Oppressor to Cultural Province 3. Revolution and (In)dependence 4. American Naissance 5. Yea-saying and Nay-saying Part III Native and Cosmopolitan Crosscurrents: from Local Color to Realism and Naturalism 6. Secession and Loyalty 7. Muckrakers and Early Moderns Part IV Modernism in the American Grain 8. Outland Darts and Homemade Worlds 9. The Second Flowering 10. Radical Reassessments 11. Strange Realities, Adequate Fictions Epilogue - American Literary History in 1998: A Conversation with Josef Jarab and Richard Ruland in Prague Index
Malcolm Bradbury (1932-2000) was Professor of Literature and American Studies first at the University of Birmingham (1961-65) and then at the University of East Anglia from 1970 until his retirement in 1995. Bradbury became a Commander of the British Empire in 1991 for services to literature and was made a Knight Bachelor in the New Year Honours 2000, again for services to literature. Richard Ruland is Professor Emeritus of English, American, and Comparative Literature at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. After teaching in the English and American Studies programs at Yale University for several years, he has been a member of the English Department faculty at Washington University from 1967 until his recent retirement.