Encyclopedia of American Literature of the Sea and Great Lakes, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-13: 9781567507706
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 538 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2000 | Published/Released November 2007
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A comprehensive survey of American sea literature. Ranges from the earliest printed matter produced in the colonies to contemporary experiments in published prose, poetry, and drama.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Copyright Acknowledgments.
Other Frontmatter.
Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Other Frontmatter.
Introduction.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
1: Adams, Bertram Martin [Bill Adams] (1879–?).
2: [Adams, William Taylor], "Oliver Optic" (1822–1897).
The Admiral (First perf. 1924; pub. 1927).
The Adventures of Robin Day (1839).
3: African American Literature of the Sea.
Ahab.
4: [Aiken, Conrad Potter], "Samuel Jeake Jr." (1889–1973).
Alabama.
5: Albee, Edward (1928–).
6: Aldrich, Thomas Bailey (1836–1907).
The Algerine Captive (1797).
All the Brothers Were Valiant (1919).
Alongshore (1994).
7: American Indian Literature of the Sea and the Great Lakes.
8: Ames, Nathaniel (1805–1835).
Amistad.
9: Antarctica.
10: The Arctic.
11: Argento, Dominick (1927–).
The Ark of the Marindor (1998).
Ashton's Memorial (1725).
12: Asian American Literature.
13: Audubon, John James (1785–1851).
14: Averill, Charles (1825?–1868).
Away All Boats (1954).
15: [Ballou, Maturin Murray], "Lieut. Murray," "Frank Forester" (1820–1895).
16: Barker, Benjamin (1817–18??).
17: Barnes, James (1866–1936).
18: Barth, John [Simmons] (1930–).
19: Bates, Martha E. Cram (1839–1905).
The Bay Psalm Book (1640).
20: Beach, Edward Latimer [Jr.] (1918–).
21: Beach, Edward Latimer, Sr. (1867–1943).
22: Beebe, William [Charles] (1877–1962).
23: Behrman, S[amuel]. N[athaniel]. (1893–1973).
24: Benchley, Peter [Bradford] (1940–).
"Benito Cereno" (1856).
25: Berryman, John (1914–1972).
26: Beston [Sheahan], Henry (1888–1968).
The Bethels.
Billy Budd (1924).
27: Binns, Archie [Fred] (1899–1971).
28: Bishop, Elizabeth (1911–1979).
29: Bishop, John Peale (1892–1944).
Blake; Or, The Huts of America (1859).
30: Blatchford, John (1762–1794).
Bless Me, Ultima (1972).
The Boat of Longing (1921 as Langselens Baat; Eng. trans. 1933).
Bonhomme Richard.
31: Bowditch, Nathaniel (1773–1838).
32: Boyer, Dwight (1912–1977).
33: Brackenridge, Henry Marie (1786–1871).
34: Bradbury, Ray [Douglas] (1920–).
35: Brady, Cyrus [Townsend] (1861–1920).
36: Brewer, "Lucy".
37: Bridge, Horatio (1806–1893).
38: Briggs, Charles Frederick (1804–1877).
39: Brinkley, William Clark (1917–1993).
40: British Influences on American Sea Literature.
41: Broadsides.
42: Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. (1921–).
43: Browne, John Ross (1821–1875).
44: Bryant, William Cullen (1794–1878).
45: Buckley, William F[rank]., Jr. (1925–).
46: Burland, Brian [Berkeley] (1931–).
47: Burts, Robert (17??–1839).
48: Byles, Mather (1707–1788).
49: Cadwell, Clara [Gertrude] (c.1856–1???).
Calm at Sunset, Calm at Dawn (1989).
50: Calvin, Jack (1901–1985).
51: Canadian Literature of the Sea.
Cape Cod.
Cape Horn.
Captains Courageous (1897).
52: Caribbean Literature of the Sea.
53: Carlisle, Henry Coffin (1926–).
54: Carse, Robert (1902–1971).
55: Carson, Rachel [Louise] (1907–1964).
56: Catherwood, Mary Hartwell (1847–1902).
57: Chase, Owen (1796–1869).
58: Cheever, Henry T[heodore] (1814–1897).
59: Cheever, John (1912–1982).
60: Chopin, Kate [O'Flaherty] (1850–1904).
Circumnavigations and Blue-Water Passages.
61: Clancy, Tom (1947–).
62: [Clemens, Samuel Langhorne], "Mark Twain" (1835–1910).
63: [Codman, John], "Captain Ringbolt" (1814–1900).
64: Coker, Daniel (1780–1846).
65: Colcord, Joanna Carver (1882–1960).
66: Colcord, Lincoln Ross (1883–1947).
Columbus Plays.
Confederate Naval Fiction.
67: Connell, Evan S[helby]., Jr. (1924–).
68: Coomer, Joe (1958–).
69: Cooper, James Fenimore (1789–1851).
Corwin.
70: Coxe, Louis O[sborne]. (1918–).
71: Cozzens, James Gould (1903–1979).
72: Crane, [Harold] Hart (1899–1932).
73: Crane, Stephen (1871–1900).
74: Creeley, Robert [White] (1926–).
75: Cruising Literature.
76: Cuffe, Paul (1759–1817).
77: Curwood, James Oliver (1878–1927).
78: Cussler, Clive [Eric] (1931–).
79: Dana, Richard Henry, Jr. (1815–1882).
80: Dana, Richard Henry, Sr. (1787–1879).
Daring the Sea: The True Story of the First Men to Row across the Atlantic Ocean (1998).
81: Davis, Rebecca Harding (1830–1910).
82: Davis, Richard Harding (1864–1916).
83: Dean, Harry [Foster] (1864–1935).
The Death Ship (Das Totenschiff 1926; Eng. trans. 1934).
84: Delano, Amasa (1763–1823).
85: Desrosiers, Léo-Paul (1896–1967).
86: Dickey, James [Lafayette] (1923–1997).
87: Dickinson, Emily [Elizabeth] (1830–1886).
88: Disturnell, John (1801–1877).
89: Doner, Mary Frances (1893–1985).
90: D[oolittle]., H[ilda]. (1886–1961).
A Door into Ocean (1986).
91: Douglass, Frederick (1818–1895).
Drama of the Sea.
Dreaming in Cuban (1992).
92: Dunbar, Paul Laurence (1872–1906).
93: Dunlap, William (1766–1839).
94: Eberhart, Richard [Ghormley] (1904–).
Edmund Fitzgerald.
95: Eiseley, Loren C[orey]. (1907–1977).
96: Eliot, T[homas]. S[tearns]. (1888–1965).
97: Ellis, Edward Sylvester (1840–1916).
98: Ellms, Charles (1805–1851).
99: Ellsberg, Edward (1891–1983).
"The Encantadas" (1854).
100: Equiano, Olaudah (1745–1797).
Essex.
101: Fanning, Edmund (1769–1841).
102: Fanning, Nathaniel (1755–1805).
Far Tortuga (1975).
Farewell to the Sea (1986).
Father Mapple.
103: Faulkner, William [Cuthbert] (1897–1962).
104: Ferrini, Vincent (1913–).
Final Passages (First perf. as Derelict, 1982; pub. 1992).
105: Fitzgerald, F[rancis]. Scott (1896–1940).
106: Freneau, Philip [Morin] (1752–1832).
107: Frost, Robert [Lee] (1874–1963).
108: Fuller [McCoy], Iola (1906–).
109: Fuller, [Sarah] Margaret (1810–1850).
Gaff Topsails (1996).
110: Galápagos Islands Literature.
111: Gallery, Daniel V[incent]. (1901–1977).
112: Galloway, Les [Edward William] (1919–1990).
113: Gann, Ernest K[ellogg]. (1910–1991).
114: Gardner, John [Champlin] (1933–1982).
Ghosts and Ghost Ship Legends.
115: Gilkerson, William (1936–).
116: Glaspell, Susan [Keating] (1876–1948).
Glencairn.
Globe Mutiny.
Gloucester.
117: Goodrich, Marcus [Aurelius] (1897–1991).
118: Gould, John W. (1814–1838).
Great Lakes Ballads.
Great Lakes Chanteys.
Great Lakes Literature.
Great Lakes Myths and Legends.
119: Green, Paul [Eliot] (1894–1981).
120: Guterson, David S. (1956–).
121: [Hains, Thornton Jenkins], "Captain Mayn Clew Garnett" (1866–?).
122: Hale, Edward Everett (1822–1909).
123: Haley, Alex (1921–1992).
124: Hall, Lawrence Sargent (1915–1993).
125: Hallet, Richard Matthews (1887–1967).
126: "Halyard, Harry" (Dates Unknown).
127: Harlow, Frederick Pease (1856–1952).
128: Harper, Michael S[teven]. (1938–).
129: The Harriman Alaska Expedition.
Harry Martingale: Or, Adventures of a Whaleman in the Pacific Ocean (1848).
130: Hart, Joseph C. (1798–1855).
131: Harte, [Francis] Bret[t] (1836–1902).
132: De Hartog, Jan (1914–).
133: Havighurst, Walter [Edwin] (1901–1994).
134: Hawthorne, Nathaniel (1804–1864).
135: Hayden, Robert [Earl] (1913–1980).
136: Hayden, Sterling [Relyea Walter] (1916–1986).
137: Hearn, [Patricio] Lafcadio [Tessima Carlos] (1850–1904).