Religious liberties : anti-Catholicism and liberal democracy in nineteenth-century U.S. literature and culture
by
 
Fenton, Elizabeth A., 1978-

Title
Religious liberties : anti-Catholicism and liberal democracy in nineteenth-century U.S. literature and culture

Author
Fenton, Elizabeth A., 1978-

ISBN
9780195384093

Personal Author
Fenton, Elizabeth A., 1978-

Publication Information
New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.

Physical Description
178 p.

Series
Imagining the Americas

Contents
Privacy, pluralism, and anti-Catholic democracy -- Catholic Canadians and Protestant pluralism in the early republic -- Pleas for democracy: Federalism, expansionism, and nativism -- Papal persuasions: religious conversion and deliberative democracy -- This is my body politic: Catholic democracy and the limits of representation -- Haitian Catholicism and the end of pluralism -- Losing faith: ultramontane liberalism and democratic failure.

Subject Term
American literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
 
Cultural pluralism in literature.
 
Anti-Catholicism in literature.
 
Religion and literature -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
 
Liberalism in literature.
 
Democracy in literature.


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University LibraryBook0316479PS217 .P54 F46 2011Central Campus LibraryCentral Campus Library