An introduction to American writer, Philip Freneau.
A paper which introduces and discusses the work of early American writer, Philip Freneau. The paper also discusses several of his poems, including, “The Wild Honey Suckle” and “The Indian Burying Ground.”
“Freneau work almost seemed to come from two different men. One is the patriot, who passionately believed in freedom, and shared his views with the world. The other is the quiet, contemplative man, who wrote of the natural world, and tried to bring together his differing views on religion, politics, and life. He was certainly a forward thinking man, and if he struggled between religious and Deist beliefs, he let his poetry discuss his differences, and his political views express the rest of his feelings.”
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