AMERICAN LITERATURE - Coggle Diagram
Realism, Naturalism & Regionalism
Revolutionary, Age of Reason
Beloved (1987) – Toni Morrison.
The Old Man And The Sea (1952) – Ernest Hemingway.
Invisible Man (1952) – Ralph Ellison.
Catch-22 (1961) – Joseph Heller.
Moby-Dick (1851) – Herman Melville.
Little Women (1868) – Louisa May Alcott.
The Catcher in the Rye (1951) – J. D. Salinger.
Relationship with the Nature
Survival of the Fittest
The loss of innocence
Relationship of the society
Edgar Allan Poe
The Colonial and Early National period (17th century to 1830)
The Romantic period (1830 to 1870)
Realism and Naturalism (1870 to 1910)
The Modernist period (1910 to 1945)
The Contemporary period (1945 to present)
Aggainst the traditionalism in europe
The American Dream
American Ideals (Pragmatism)
What is meant by it?
American literature, the body of written works produced in the English language in the United States.
POETRY IN AMERICAN LITERATURE
American poetry emphases in greater density, difficulty, and opacity, with an emphasis on techniques such as fragmentation, ellipsis, allusion, juxtaposition, ironic and shifting personae, and mythic parallelism.