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" D wight. who wrote some poems; and his baptismal name was Timothy. There is also a small account of Virginia by Jefferson, and an epic by Joel Barlow : and some pieces of pleasantry by Mr. Irving. But why should the Americans write books, when a six weeks... "
Recollections of the Life of Lord Byron from the Year 1808 to the End of ... - Página 266
de Robert Charles Dallas - 1824 - 344 páginas
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Glimpses of England: Social, Political, Literary

Moses Coit Tyler - 1898 - 318 páginas
...America, at least none whose fame is strong enough for exportation. Jefferson we believe is still alive. There is, or was, a Mr. Dwight who wrote some poems ; and his baptismal name was Timothy." We all find here a perpetual source of amusement in the very mixed apprehensions people have of the...
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History of the People of the United States from the Revolution to ..., Volumen 5

John Bach McMaster - 1900
...have none. It is all imported. They had indeed a Franklin, and he may live for half a century more on his fame. There is, or was, a Mr. Dwight who wrote...some poems, and his baptismal name was Timothy. There ia also a small account of Virginia by Jefferson, and one epic by Joel Barlow, and some pieces of pleasantry...
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Records of the Columbia Historical Society, Washington, Volumen 19

1916
...Carbery was a local Solon, that is in 1818, Sydney Smith has this in the Edinburgh Review: ' ' Literature the Americans have none — no native literature,...They had a Franklin, indeed; and may afford to live for half a century on his fame. There is, or was, a Mr. Dwight, who wrote some poems, and his baptismal...
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Records of the Columbia Historical Society, Washington, Volumen 19

1916
...has this in the Edinburgh Eeview: "Literature the Americans have none — no native literature, wo mean. It is all imported. They had a Franklin, indeed; and may afford to live for half a century on his fame. There IH, or was, a Mr. Dwight, who wrote some poems, and his baptismal...
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Monthly Bulletin of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Volúmenes 7-8

1902
...cannot resist quoting the following paragraph on America from the same interesting review : Literature the Americans have none — no native literature,...They had a Franklin, indeed ; and may afford to live for half a century on his fame. There is, or was, a Mr. Dwight, who wrote some poems : and his baptismal...
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Literature in America: An Illustrated History

Peter Conn - 1989 - 587 páginas
...down on American letters from the high vantage point of the influential Edinburgh Review. Literature the Americans have none - no native literature, we...They had a Franklin, indeed; and may afford to live for half a century on his fame. There is, or was, a Mr. Dwight, who wrote some poems; and his baptismal...
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In the Presence of the Past: Essays in Honour of Frank Manuel

R.T. Bienvenu, M. Feingold - 1990 - 290 páginas
...created a distinctive and distinguished culture; that claim had no basis in fact. He wrote: Literature, the Americans have none - no native literature, we...They had a Franklin, indeed; and may afford to live for half a century on his fame. There is, or was a Mr. Dwight, who once wrote some poems; and his baptismal...
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Nationalism and Literature: The Politics of Culture in Canada and the United ...

Sarah M. Corse - 1997 - 213 páginas
..."authentic" national literature. In December 1818, the British critic Sydney Smith wrote: "Literature the Americans have none - no native literature, we mean. It is all imported . . . But why should the Americans write books, when a six weeks' passage brings them . . . our sense,...
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Cultural Memory and the Construction of Identity

Roger D. Abrahams, Robert Blair St. George, Houston A. Baker, Jr., Daniel Traister, Tamar Katriel, Roberta E. Pearson, Peter Stallybrass - 1999 - 333 páginas
...descent from Sydney Smith who, writing in the Edinburgh Review of December 1818, remarked: "Literature the Americans have none — no native literature, we mean. It is all imported." In January 1820, in the same journal, Smith continued in this vein: "In the four quarters of the globe....
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The Cambridge History of American Literature: Volume 5, Poetry and Criticism ...

Sacvan Bercovitch, Cyrus R. K. Patell - 1994 - 636 páginas
...that Sydney Smith, Scottish critic and editor of the Edinburgh Review, had issued in 1818: "Literature the Americans have none- no native literature, we mean. It is all imported." Many American statesmen and foreign observers in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries...
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