1815-1850: The Arts
1815-1850: Chapter Two: The Arts
by JILL E. ANDERSON
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
American Poetry 30
Copyright Fight 34
Cultural Institutions 35
Hudson River School of Painting 38
Minstrel Shows 41
Sensational Urban Fiction 47
Lurid Tale 47
Slave Narratives 48
Southern Literature 48
Theater Culture 49
American Parodies of Shakespeare 50
The Astor Place Riot 52
Travel Literature 52
Women and Literature 53
Sarah Josepha Buell Hale 56
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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