Beginnings of American Literature Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation How to get a Job | Interview Tips by Recruiters Themselves | IWIZ EducationThe Chainsmokers – Closer ft. Halsey (Official Lyric Video) 27 thoughts on “Beginnings of American Literature” The most convincing professor I have ever seen Reply Really HelpfulThank you Sir Reply Why does this female always interrupt. …. Reply Thank you so very much sir. Reply SIR REALLY YOU ARE THE MAN OF CHARACTER.LOVE YOU SIR,SALMAN FROM PAKISTAN Reply An hour well spent. thank you, sir, for this wonderful lecture. Reply America was discovered in 1492 . Reply Effortless Reply Thanks very much sir making this video Reply This was of immense help and its a treat to hear him. God bless you sir Reply an effective lecture Reply So beneficial thank u prof. Reply Thnquu sir ur explanation was amazing Reply Love u sir.Aftab from pakista.MA English Reply It is impressive how consicely and unambiguously he declares that England occupied America. Most American books spend time discussing the colonization of the land, followed by the rebellion via the revolutionary war. Also, though it is an incredible generazation to call the south merely agrarian, it is liberating to hear him say that the civil war, although a culture war betwern 2 societies, was definitively a war about the existance of slavery. Reply It is easy to understand Reply thank you sir….you are amazing… Reply sir is always excellent.excellent job! Reply american lit. was dominated by religion especially puritian ,was allowed to write under the amvience of bible but milton was also stunch puritian but wanted to establish free will?? Reply Very much thank you sir for this great lecture with multiple information about American literature. Reply awesome Reply the lecture is so helpful n full with info…thnk u ugc n dahiya sir Reply Very Nice Reply its a grt lecture… thnkq sir Reply thank you sir and tanks ugc Reply Can i get a way to contact Dr. Bhim singh dahiya sir Reply nice lecture sir Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.