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Teaching the Literatures of Early America
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Carla Mulford, associate professor of English at Pennsylvania State University, was the founding president of the Society of Early Americanists and the editor of colonial materials for the canon-shifting Heath Anthology of American Literature (1sted., 1990). Her publications include over twenty-five essays, as well as John Leacock's First Book of the American Chronicles of the Times, 1774-1775 (1987); Only for the Eye of a Friend: The Poems of Annis Boudinot Stockton (1995); a Penguin Classics edition of W. H. Brown's The Power of Sympathy and H. W. Foster's The Coquette (1996); and American Women Prose Writers to 1820, with Angela Vietto and Amy E. Winans (1998).

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"This book will cause instructors to inventory their presentist attitudes and assumptions about the colonial period and 'American literature.' The myriad of approaches outlined in the volume will improve the teaching ability of the instructor willing to invest the extra time in course preparation and, if needed, reorganization. Indisputably, the collection will enhance the learning experiences of those students whose notions of early American literature are rooted in literature detailing the contributions of Christopher Columbus and the Pilgrims to early American society." --Vernetta Johnson, University of South Florida

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