Literature of the Revolution Video

Video title: The Literature of the Revolution

Watch this History of American Literature video entitled The Literature of the Revolution to study the political writings of the revolutionaries in colonial America. Learn about the proverbs of 'Poor Richard Saunders', the fictional lore of Natty Bumppo, and the eloquence of the Declaration of Independence sparked the imagination and inspired a national vision of vast frontiers and a promising destiny.

With this title you will gain an insight in to the ideals of the Enlightenment and the political writings of the revolutionaries.

 

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Literature of the Revolution Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • American Revolution Literature. Learn about American Literature from The Revolution. Trace the development of American literature from the lore of Native Americans to the rise of Gothic novels and understand the significance of American themes and settings in early American novels.
  • Gain insight to the early history of American literature from the colonial era to the mid-nineteenth century, examining the lore of Native Americans, the accounts of early European explorers, Puritan values, the ideals of the Enlightenment, the political writings of the revolutionaries, and the social impact of the Salem witch trials.
  • Explore how the proverbs of -Poor Richard- Saunders, the fictional lore of Natty Bumppo, and the eloquence of the Declaration of Independence sparked the imagination and inspired a national vision of vast frontiers and a promising destiny.
  • Learn to identify colonial and early American writers, including Washington Irving, the first American author to have his works received with critical acclaim abroad.
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