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Lecture

Letter X, Philip Freneau, The Wild Honey Suckle, The Indian Burying Ground, William Cullen Bryant, William Apess, An Indian's Looking-Glass for the White Man

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Department
English
Course
E 270
Professor
Zachary Hutchins
Semester
Spring

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28 February Letter X Hierarchy between writer and audience – forced to write on this subject Don’t tread on me Rattlesnake is symbol of united colonies Mutual destruction – snake and farmer dies Size not necessarily an advantage Reverberating consequences Blame on the colonies Forecasting of Civil War – slave cuts snake (union) 1808 – African slave trade banned Agreed upon while making declaration Started 1517 1790 – copyright law (Philip Freneau died penniless because he could not gain from his work) Philip Freneau Poet of American revolution The Wild Honey Suckle United States – everyone is optimistic Needs to be checked
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