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by R. Cole HARRIS
Author: R. Cole HARRIS
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart; 1st ed. edition (1976)
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The longstanding ‘two solitudes’ model of Quebec society ascribed religious and community-centred values to the . 2 The Fireside Kingdom: A ry Anglican Perspective on Marriage and Parenthood.
The longstanding ‘two solitudes’ model of Quebec society ascribed religious and community-centred values to the French-speaking majority and secular individualist ones to the English-speaking minority. In the New England of the 1820s and 1830s, according to Nancy Cott, ‘essays, sermons, novels, poems and manuals offering advice and philosophy on family life, child rearing, and women’s role began to flood the literary market.
On Quebec book culture, see especially Lamonde, Yvan, Territoires de la culture québécoise (Sainte-Foy .
On Quebec book culture, see especially Lamonde, Yvan, Territoires de la culture québécoise (Sainte-Foy, Qc: Presses de l'Université Laval, 1991); Lamonde, Yvan, Histoire sociale des idées en Québec, vol. 1 (Saint-Laurent, Qc: Fides, 2000). Legal publishing in Quebec is discussed in Normand, Sylvio, L'histoire de l'imprimé juridique: un champ de recherche inexploré, McGill Law Journal 38 (1993): 130–46.
Poetry occupied a complex position in the social life of nineteenth-century America. While some readers found in poems a resource for aesthetic pleasure and the enjoyment of linguistic complexity, many others turned to poems for spiritual and psychic wellbeing, adapted popular musical settings of poems to spread scandal and satire, or used poems as a medium for asserting personal and family memories as well as local and national affiliations.
The book is divided into two parts: Part I consists of a critical introduction that gives a biographical . philosophical debates of the various theoretical schools of medical practice of early nineteenth-century America.
The book is divided into two parts: Part I consists of a critical introduction that gives a biographical sketch of Elisha Bartlett and situates his empiricist philosophy of medicine within the.
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Oxbow Books, in association with the Society for Historical Archaeology and Society for Post-Medieval . Majewski, Teresita, and Michael O’Brien 1987 The Use and Misuse of Nineteenth-Century English and American Ceramics in Archaeological Analysis
Oxbow Books, in association with the Society for Historical Archaeology and Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology, London, England. Elliott, Bruce 1988 Irish Migrants in the Canadas: A New Approach. McGill-Queen’s University Press, Kingston, Ontario. Majewski, Teresita, and Michael O’Brien 1987 The Use and Misuse of Nineteenth-Century English and American Ceramics in Archaeological Analysis. Academic Press, New York, N. rossRefGoogle Scholar.
This tension is evident in The Potiphar Papers, an 1853 satire of New York society by George William Curtis, serialized in Putnam’s Monthly Magazine.
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R. Cole Harris; Geoffrey J. Matthews (1987). Harris, Paul W. "Cultural imperialism and American protestant missionaries: collaboration and dependency in ry China. Historical Atlas of Canada: From the beginning to 1800. p. 102. ^ Fred Anderson, Crucible of War: The Seven Years' War and the Fate of Empire in British North America, 1754–1766 (2001). Julia Osman, online essay. Edward Gray and Jane Kamensky, eds/ The Oxford Handbook of the American Revolution (2013) Wide-ranging overview by scholars.