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1783-1815: The Arts: Topics in the News

1783-1815: The Arts: Topics in the News

Architecture: Classical Revival

Architecture: The National Capital

Architecture: Federal Style

Art: American Portraiture

Art: Houdons Sculpture of Washington

Art: The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

Drama: Morality and the Theater

Drama: The Emergence of American Theater

Fiction: The First American Novel

Fiction: Women and the Novel

Historical Writing: Documenting the New Nation

Historical Writing: The Washington Myth

Literature and the Monthly Anthology

Music: The Indigenous Idiom

Music: The Movement for Reform

Music: Musical Societies

Music: Patriotic Songs

Poetry: The Connecticut Wits

Poetry: The Quest for an American Epic

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