'Who was John Bartram? Literary and Epistolary Representations of the Quaker.' Symbiosis, 9.1 (April 2005) 29-44

Author: Peacock, James

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This essay was first published in Symbiosis: a Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations
 
 

Essay Topics and Keywords:

John Bartram; Literary and Epistolary Representations; Quakers, eighteenth-century American botany, John Woolman, Hector de Crevecoeur, Letters from an American Farmer, Quakerism, Peter Collinson

About the author

James Peacock is now at Keele University

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'Who was John Bartram? Literary and Epistolary Representations of the Quaker.' Symbiosis, 9.1 (April 2005) 29-44

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