Rhetoric and History in Revolutionary New England

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The question of how religious and political languages interacted in the pulpit of the American Revolution has engaged scholars in literature, religion, intellectual history, symbolic anthropology, and American studies for over a generation. Drawing on recent work in ritual studies and the history of the sermon in colonial America, Weber enters the debate over the contexts of the mobilizing agency of revolutionary discourse through analysis of manuscript sermons, diaries, and letters of both evangelical and rationalist ...

Rhetoric and History in Revolutionary New England 1988, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780195051049

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