Transatlantic Insurrections: British Culture and the Formation of American Literature, 1730-1860

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Paul Giles traces the paradoxical relations between English and American literature from 1730 through 1860, suggesting how the formation of a literary tradition in each national culture was deeply dependent upon negotiation with its transatlantic counterp

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"A rich and varied work."--Leonard Tennenhouse, Brown University

"Paul Giles . . . describes episodes of literary exchange between Britain and America not as case studies in reproduction or disavowal but as moments of 'transnational convergence.'. . . A rich and reasoned understanding of what these influences may be and of the often inspired anxiety they produce."--"Modern Language Quarterly"

"A rich and varied work." Leonard Tennenhouse, Brown University"

"Paul Giles . . . describes episodes of literary exchange between Britain and America not as case studies in reproduction or disavowal but as moments of 'transnational convergence.'. . . A rich and reasoned understanding of what these influences may be and of the often inspired anxiety they produce." "Modern Language Quarterly""

"Paul Giles . . . describes episodes of literary exchange between Britain and America not as case studies in reproduction or disavowal but as moments of 'transnational convergence.'. . . A rich and reasoned understanding of what these influences may be and of the often inspired anxiety they produce."--Modern Language Quarterly



"A rich and varied work."--Leonard Tennenhouse, Brown University

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Paul Giles is University Lecturer in American Literature at the University of Cambridge and author of Hart Crane: The Context of The Bridge.

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