By: Thomas Hallock
288 pages, 28 Illus & 1 map
Anglo-American writers in the revolutionary era used pastoral images to places themselves as native to the continent, argues Thomas Hallock in this text. Beginning in the mid-18th century, he shows how authors explored the idea of wilderness and political identities in fully populated frontiers.
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