6 edition of America"s Ragged Edge found in the catalog.
January 31, 2005
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||199|
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The new title, On the Ragged Edge: The Life and Times of Dudley Leavitt, refers, of course, to the numerous times he was called to move from one frontier to another. I now feel that I have truly kept the promise I made to my father so many years ago. He opens Truth's Ragged Edge, his copious literary history, claiming that the American novel from the early Republic to the s "both reflected and helped make possible the movement toward free will, and then Emersonian self-consciousness and self-reliance," becoming in the process a vehicle for authors' "theological and philosophical positions.".
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