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Classics of American Literature
Part I

Arnold Weinstein, Ph.D.
Arnold L. Weinstein, Ph.D.

Edna and Richard Salomon Distinguished Professor
and Professor parative Literature
Brown University

Arnold Weinstein was born in Tennessee in 1940 and received his undergraduate degree in romance languages from
Princeton University in 1962. He studied at Université de Paris in 1960–61 and at Freie Universitat, Berlin, in
1962–63. He received his master's and doctorate parative literature from Harvard University in 1964 and
1968, respectively.

Dr. Weinstein has been teaching courses on European, English, and American literature at Brown University since
1968. In addition, he is the sponsor of Swedish Studies at Brown. He has been the chairperson of the Advisory
Council parative Literature at Princeton University and is actively involved in the parative
Literature Association.

Among the many academic honors, research grants, and fellowships he has received include research grants from
the American Council of Learned Societies and the National Endowment for the Humanities. In 1983 he was
visiting professor of American Literature at Stockholm University, where he received the Fulbright Senior Lecturer
Award. He is currently a member of the Academy of Literary Studies and the director of an NEH-funded program in
great books. In 1995 he was named Brown University's best teacher in the humanities. He is the recipient of a
National Endowment for the Humanities Award for University Teachers for 1998-99 for his work in literature and
medicine.

Dr. Weinstein is the author of Vision and Response in Modern Fiction (1984), Fictions of the Self: 1550–1800
(1981), The Fiction of Relationship (1988), and Nobody's Home: Speech, Self, and Place in American Fiction from
Hawthorne to DeLillo (1993). He is working in the fields of literature and medicine, with a view toward a book-
length study of the relationship between the two, especially concerning the issues of diagnosis and interpretation.
©1998 The pany Limited Partnership i
Table of Contents

Classics of American Literature: Part I

Instructor Biography i
Scope 1
Lecture 1 Introduction to Classics of American Literature 3
Lecture 2 Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography—The First
American Story 6
Lecture 3 Washington Irving—The First American
Storyteller 8
Lecture 4 Ralph Waldo Emerson Yesterday—America's
Coming of Age 11
Lecture 5 Emerson Today—Architect of American Values 14
Lecture 6 Emerson Tomorrow—Deconstructing Culture
and Self 16
Lecture 7 Henry David Thoreau—Countercultural Hero 18
Lecture 8 Thoreau—Stylist and Humorist Extraordinaire 20
Lecture 9 Walden—Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 22
Lecture 10 Edgar Allan Poe 24
Lecture 11 Poe—Ghost Writer 27
Lecture 12 Poe's Legacy—The Self as "Haunted Palace" 30
Timeline 33
Glossary 40
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