Early American Literature: A Bibliography of Secondary Material


(Call numbers are to the Lehigh University library )

Cohen, Daniel A.   The Female Marine and Related Works : Narratives of Cross-Dressing and Urban Vice in America's Early Republic.  Amherst : U of Massachusetts P, 1997.   (818.2 F329)

---.  Pillars of Salt, Monuments of Grace: New England Crime Literature and the  Origins of American Popular Culture, 1674-1860.  New York: Oxford UP, 1993.   (810.9355 C678p)

Davidson, Philip G.  Propaganda and the American Revolution, 1763-1783.  Chapel Hill:  U of North Carolina P, 1941.  (973.31 D253p)

Granger, Bruce Ingham.  Political Satire in the American Revolution, 1763-1783.  Ithaca:  Cornell UP, 1960.   (817.09 G758p)

Kenney, W. Howland, ed.  Laughter in the Wilderness: Early American Humor to 1783.  Kent:  Kent State UP, 1976.   (817 L374 )

Martin, Wendy, ed.  Colonial American Travel Narratives.  New York: Penguin, 1994.  (917.3042 C719)

Miller, Marcia.  "Verse Fables in Eighteenth-Century American Newspapers and Magazines."   Resources for American Literary Study 19.2 (1993): 275-93.   (not at Lehigh)

Nilsen, Don L. F.  Humor in American Literature: A Selected Annotated Bibliography.  New  York: Garland, 1992.   (817.009 N712h)

Rubin, Louis D., Jr., ed.  The Comic Imagination in American Literature.  New Brunswick:  Rutgers UP, 1973.   (not at Lehigh)

Williams, Daniel E., ed.  Pillars of Salt: An Anthology of Early American Criminal Narratives.   Madison: Madison House, 1993.   (810.9355 P641)

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