Ioannes Trumbull (poeta)

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Ioannes Trumbull a patruele, pictore eiusdem nominis, anno 1793 pictus.

Ioannes Trumbull (24 Aprilis 175011 Maii 1831) fuit poeta Americanus. Natus est in loco nunc Watertown Connecticutae appellato, ubi pater praedicator Congregationalis fuit. Gradum A.B. in Universitate Yalensi anno 1767 adeptus est. Iuvenis The Progress of Dulness (1772–1773), suam saturam primam in versibus, scripsit, petitionem in rationes educationis sui temporis in tribus poematibus designatum. Suum poema maximum, quod eum cum Philippo Freneau et Francisco Hopkinson in numerum saturicorum politicorum Americanorum tempore Belli Libertatis Americani refert, M'Fingal fuit, cuius primus canto, "The Town-Meeting," anno 1776 (1775 attributum) apparuit.[1][2] Post bellum, Trumbull foederalista rigidus fuit. Socius Academiae Artium et Scientiarum Americanae anno 1791 electus est.[3]

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • The Progress of Dulness (1772–73)
  • M'Fingal (1775–82)
  • The Poetical Works of John Trumbull, LLD [4]

Commemorationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Trumbull, John (poet)," in Encyclopedia Britannica, ed. Hugh Chisholm (1911).
  2. Brian Pelanda, "Declarations of Cultural Independence: The Nationalistic Imperative Behind the Passage of Early American Copyright Laws, 1783-1787," Journal of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A. 58:431, 438 (2011).
  3. Book of Members, 1780–2010, www.amacad.org (American Academy of Arts and Sciences).
  4. John Trumbull, The Poetical Works of John Trumbull, LLD, ed. Samuel G. Goodrich, 1820. 2 vol. Hartfordiae Connecticutae: Samuel G Goodrich by Lincoln and Stone.
Attributio
  • Vide commentarium in editione Hartfordensi Poetical Works (Opera poetica) Trumbullianorum (2 vol., 1820)
  • Cowie, Alexander. 1936, 1972. John Trumbull, Connecticut wit. Westport Connecticutae: Greenwood Press. ISBN 0837160944.
  • Everest, Charles William, ed. John. 1873. The Poets of Connecticut: With Biographical Sketches. A. S. Barnes.
  • Pelanda, Brian. 2011. Declarations of Cultural Independence: The Nationalistic Imperative behind the Passage of Early American Copyright Laws, 1783–1787. Journal of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A. 58:431. Abstractum.
  • Trumbull, James Hammond. 1868. The Origin of "McFingal." Novi Eboraci: Morrisania.
  • Tyler, M. C. 1897. Literary History of the American Revolution. Novi Eboraci.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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