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Ligeia, Poe 193

Lincoln, Abraham, recognizes uncertainty in the nation, 2; would have approved Winthrop, 29; address at Cooper

Union (1860), 104-105; quoted, 155; as a writer of liberty, 208; character and writings, 226-233; typically American, 265

Lionel Lincoln, Cooper 98

Literati, Pope 107

Little women, Alcott 140

London, Jack, 243-44

London in 1724, 54-56

Longfellow, H. W., in 1826, 89; attitude toward Transcendentalism, 143; life and writings, 152-57; died (1882), 255; disparagement of, 267

Longstreet, A. B., 245

Louisiana Purchase, 88

Lowell, J. R., in 1826, 90; attitude toward Transcendentalism, 143; life and writings, 168-74; died (1891), 255; typically American, 265

Luck of Roaring camp, the, Harte 241

Lyceum system, 175

McFingal, Trumbull 69

Magazines, in colonies, 60-61; in 20th century, 263-64

Magnalia Christi Americana, Mather 46, 47

Maidenhood, Longfellow 156

Man who Corrupted Hadleyburg, the, Clemens 238

Man without a country, Hale, 224

Marble Faun, the, Hawthorne 146, 151

Marshes of Glynn, the, Lanier 255

Martin Chuzzlewit, Dickens 87

Mason, John, Captain, 38

Massachusetts to Virginia, Whittier 160

Mather, Cotton, 43, 45-48; diary, 46-47

Mather, Increase, 43

Maud Muller, Whittier 5-6

Memorial Odes, Lowell 172

Miller, C. H. (Joaquin), 244

Minister's black Veil, the, Hawthorne 30

Minister's Wooing, the, Stowe 22

Modern instance, a, Howells 251

Montcalm and Wolfe, Parkman 185

Moody, W. V., 257

Morituri Salutamus, Longfellow 156

Morris, G. P., 107

Mosses from an Old Manse, Hawthorne 145

Motley, J. L., 143-44, 176, 180-182

Muir, John, 244-45

Murders in the Rue Morgue, the, Poe 194

Murfree, Mary N. (C. E. Craddock), 247

My garden acquaintance, Lowell 174

My literary friends and Acquaintances, Howells 251

My literary passions, Howells 250

My lost youth, Longfellow 156

My Mark Twain, Howells 251

My Psalm, Whittier 160

My study windows, Lowell 170

Mysterious Stranger, the, Clemens 238

National Gazette, 71

National literature, Channing 112

National Ode, Taylor 255

Nature, Emerson 123, 128, 131

Nature-writing, 262

Netherlands, history of the United, Motley 181

New England, a digression from English society, 14; at the beginning of 18th century, 43-44; characteristics of the people of, 109-11; in last quarter of 19th century, 248 et seq.

New England, history of, Winthrop 28-29

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