Philippus Morin Freneau

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Philippus Freneau.

Philippus Morin Freneau[1] (2 Ianuarii 175218 Decembris 1832) fuit poeta Civitatum Foederatarum, nationalista, disputator, capitaneus marinus, et editor diarii, aliquando poeta Rerum Novarum Americanarum appellatus. . . .

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  1. Phillip Frenau [sic] in anthologia Poetry of Slavery (Oxoniae, 2003).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bowden, Mary Weatherspoon. 1976. Philip Freneau. Twayne's United States authors series. TUSAS 260.
  • Densky, Lois R. Collection 21: Philip Freneau (1752–1832): Collection, 1661–1939. Monmouth County Historical Association.
  • Eberwein, Jane Donahue, ed. 1978. Early American Poetry: Selections from Bradstreet, Taylor, Dwight, Freneau and Bryant.
  • Emory, Elliott. 1982. Revolutionary Writers: Literature and Authority in the New Republic, 1725–1810. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press.
  • Harper's Encyclopædia of United States History. 1905. Harper & Brothers.
  • Leary, Lewis Gaston. 1971. That Rascal Freneau: A Study in Literary Failure.
  • McMichael, George, ed. 2000. Anthology of American Literature. Ed. 7a. Upper Saddle River Novae Caesareae: Pearson Prentice Hall. ISBN 0130841641 (v. 1).
  • Nickson, Richard. 1981. Philip Freneau: Poet of the Revolution. Trenton Novae Caesaeae: Hist. Comm.
  • Pasley, Jeffrey L. 2000. The Two National Gazettes: Newspapers and the Embodiment of American Political Parties. Early American Literature 35(1):51–86. ISSN 0012-8163.
  • Vitzthum, Richard C. 1978. Land and Sea: The Lyric Poetry of Philip Freneau. University of Minnesota Press.

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