New World, Known World: Shaping Knowledge in Early Anglo-American Writing
"Examines the works of four writers from the early period of English colonization: John Smith's Generall Historie of Virginia, William Bradford's Of Plymouth Plantation, Thomas Morton's New English Canaan, and Roger Williams's A Key into the Language of America (in conjunction with The Bloudy Tenent of Persecution)"--Provided by publisher.
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activity Adams Algonquian Allerton appears argue argument Ben Jonson Bloudy Tenent Bradford Bradford’s Of Plymouth chapter Christ church civil colonial texts colonial writers colonists Complete Writings conscience critical culture deﬁned difﬁcult discourse Dutch effort England English Canaan European Famous Voyage ﬁeld ﬁgure ﬁnally ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁrst ﬁrst book God’s Harriot’s hath Hayden White Historie of Virginia Hulme human Ibid Indians inﬂuence interpretation Jamestown Jehlen John Smith Jonson’s knowledge project Landskipp Language literary literature Ma-re Mount material Miantonomi Morison Morton’s New English Mount Wollaston Narragansetts narrative Native Americans offers one’s Opechancanough passage perhaps Perry Miller Pilgrims Plymouth Plantation poem Powhatan presents problem providentialist Puritan readers reading reﬂects rhetorical Roger Williams Schweitzer second book sense separatists settlers seventeenth century signiﬁcant Smith’s Smith’s Generall Historie sort speak speciﬁc suggests Testament Teunissen and Hinz Thomas Morton tion trade Truth voice wilderness William Bradford’s Williams’s words