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Press, 1970), especially pp. 42–43. 18. See Orians, G. Harrison, The Angel of Hadley in Fiction: A Study of the Sources of Hawthorne's ‘The Grey Champion,’ American Literature, 4 (1932), 257–69. See Brumm,, American Thought, pp. 118–19.
Ursulla Brumm, American Thought and Religious Typology (New Brunswick . Sterling Brown, Spirituals, The Book of Negro Folklore, eds.
Ursulla Brumm, American Thought and Religious Typology (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1970);Google Scholar. Earl Miner, e. Literary Uses of Typology, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1977. 34. See Marcellus Blount, The Preacherly Text: African American Poetry and Vernacular Performance, PMLA (May 1992), 582–594, pp. 587–588. Langsten Hughs and Arna Bontemps (New York: Budd Mead, 1958), p. 286; White, p. 26. oogle Scholar.
American Thought and Religious Typology, trans. Another correspondence is the fact that the somewhat unusual pairing of the technical terms type and shadow in the Book of Mormon (Mosiah 3:15; 13:10) is also found in the basic Puritan handbook of typology, Samuel Mather’s The Figures and Types of the Old Testament, 2nd ed.
American Thought and Religious Typology. Translated by John Hoaglund
American Thought and Religious Typology. Translated by John Hoaglund. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1970. E-mail Citation . Brumm inspired a whole generation of literary historians to explore the use of religious figures and types in American literature from the first generation of New England Puritans via Samuel and Cotton Mather to Hawthorne and Melville in the 19th century. Lovelace, Richard F. The American Pietism of Cotton Mather: Origins of American Evangelicalism.
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Ursula Brumm, American Thought and Religious Typology, trans. Stephen Manning, "Scriptural Exegesis and the Literary Critic," in Typology and Early American Literature, ed. Sacvan Bercovitch (Amherst: University of Massa-chusetts Press, 1972), 47-66; and William Shurr, "Typology and Historical Criti-cism of the American Renaissance," ESQ 20 (1974): 57-63. For Scriptural sources, see Matt.