A Booklover’s Map of Literary Geography circa 1933
The Booklovers Map of America Showing Certain Landmarks of Literary Geography: created by pictorial cartographer Paul M. Paine in 1933, the map zooms in on the biggest literary cities and places “The Birthplace of American Literature” squarely in the Boston/Cambridge area.| Brain Pickings
Realism, American Literature Movement, from Civil War to Regionalism/Naturalism
Covering the period of American literature from 1850-1900, this 30-minute lecture will prep your students to dig deeper into any literary works from this era that you want. Great for giving students a general idea of the important issues and philosophies that guided the literary canon from this time period in U.S. history. Also connects materials to today’s pop culture.