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10th American Lit.

Final Exam-Authors

QuestionAnswer
Jonathan Edwards "Sinners in the hands of an Angry God"
Francis Hopkinson "The Battle of the Kegs"
Timothy Dwight "Psalm 137"
Billy Sunday "Nuts for Skeptics to Crack"
William Bradford Of Plymouth Plantation
Anne Bradstreet "The Author to Her Book"
Benjamin Franklin Poor Richard's Almanac
James Fenimore Cooper The Deerslayer (America's first novelist)
William Cullen Bryant "Thanatopsis" (America's first great poet of nature)
Phyllis Wheatley "On Being Brought from Africa to America"
Noah Webster "The Definition and Origin of Language"
Edward Taylor "Meditation One"
Herman Melville Author of America's only epic "Moby Dick"
Washington Irving first internationally famous American writer
Fanny Crosby outstanding hymn writer of the 1800's
Joel Chandler Harris author of Uncle Remus stories
Lew Wallace studied the Bible while writing "Ben-Hur" and was saved
Edgar Allen Poe introduced the detective story
Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote a novel that was instrumental in bringing about the Civil War
Carl Sandburg "Chicago"
Emily Dickinson "There Is No Frigate Like a Book"
Robert Frost "Birches"
Stephen Crane "The Open Boat"
Ray Bradbury "The Pedestrian"
Mark Twain "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County"
Thornton Wilder "The Unerring Instinct"
James Weldon Johnson "Go Down Death-A Funeral Sermon"
Walt Whitman "O Captain! My Captain!"
Sara Teasdale "The Coin"
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