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"The entries in these volumes are generally thoughtful and good for high school or college students studying this time period. Each entry has a useful bibliography of primary and secondary works, and there is a table of contents as well as a helpful index." --ARBA, March 2007
"This three-volume reference (which complements the three-volume American history through literature 1820-1870) presents lengthy essays on works and themes in literature that contextualize them within their historical milieu. Many essays feature an individual work for the subject, describing the work's critical reception and interpretation while focusing on the events or themes it depicts, such as racism, class, or philosophical or religious belief. Thematic essays, including those on adolescence, city dwellers, humor, or social Darwinism, explore the meaning and impact of the concept during the era, with many specific literary examples. Each essay concludes with cross referencing and bibliography. May b&w images are included. The contributors teach English or history, mainly in the US." --Booknews.com, May 2007
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