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Index Af­ri­canism. See “Benito Cereno”: African­ ism, depiction of relation to Hispanic­ ism; Hispanicism: Orientalism, Afri­ can­ ism, other racial discourses, contrast to Agassiz, Louis, 1–2, 188n11 Ameri­ can Studies, 11 Anderson, Benedict, 3, 12–14, 130, 171 antebellum period, 1, 3–10, 16–31, 39, 51, 68– 69, 81, 94, 103, 106, 111, 120–21, 134–47, 167, 180, 182–85, 188n11, 190n2 anti-­ Catholicism, 4, 188n7. See also Cooper, James Fenimore: anti-­ Catholicism, criticism of “banana republic,” 9 Barlow, Joel: “Advice to a Raven in Russia,” 61–63; Black Legend, attitude on, 38, 45– 51, 55, 59–60; Christianity, attitude on, 37, 41; Columbiad, The, 26–27, 37–39, 46, 54–60; Columbus, Christopher, depiction of, 39–50; Connecticut Wits, contrast to other, 37; cosmopolitanism and liberalism of, 37–50, 54–60, 189n7; criti­ cal assessments of, 37–39, 45, 55–60, 188nn2–3, 188–89n6, 189n7; Enlightenment , attitude on, 38–39, 41–42, 45, 55, 61–62; epic, use of, 54–60; filibustering, interest in, 50–54; imperialism, attitude on, 50–54; Incans, Aztecs, commentary on, 45–46, 49–50, 55; Inquisition, references to, 60; literary nationalism of, 37– 39, 54–60, 189n8; Louisiana, interest in, 60–64; millennialism of, 38, 41, 43–44, 62; minister plenipotentiary to France, death while serving as, 61–63; neo­ classi­ cal style of, 54–60; New World history, study of, 45; “Plan proposé pour faire une revolution dans la Louisiane,” 51–54; republicanism, attitude on, 37–39, 44, 53–54, 57, 61; Scioto Company scandal, involvement in, 51; Sumner, William Graham, comparison to, 175–80; US Revolution, understanding of, 38, 40, 43–44, 49; Vision of Columbus The, 26– 27, 37–50 “Benito Cereno” (Herman Melville), 28, 94–96: Af­ ri­ canism, depiction of relation to Hispanicism, 94–95, 102–4; creole, depiction of Benito Cereno as Chilean, 98–104; free-­ indirect narration, usage of to explore Amasa Delano’s views regarding Hispanicism and other matters, 98–106; irony, usage of to critique Hispanicism , 106–115; Putnam’s Monthly, publication in, 96–100, 105, 107, 189n3 Bercovitch, Sacvan, 110 Bhabha, Homi, 17, 47 Black Legend, 4–10, 14, 20, 24, 45–47, 163, 187n5. See also Barlow, Joel: Black­ Legend, attitude on; Cooper, James­ Fenimore: Black Legend, attitude on; Hispanicism: Black Legend, contrast to; Melville, Herman: Black Legend, representation of Bolívar, Simón, 91 Brooks, Van Wyck, 50 Bryant, John. See Melville, Herman: criti­ cal assessments of 208 / Index Bryant, William Cullen. See Cooper, James Fenimore: criti­ cal assessments of Burke, Edmund, 72 Caribbean, 8, 18, 66, 132, 144, 184 Casas, Bartolomé de las. See Black Legend Central America, 8, 18, 25, 31, 127, 161, 166 Chavez, Hugo, 33 Civil War, 1, 31, 139–40, 184, 188n11 Columbus, Christopher. See Barlow, Joel: Columbus, Christopher, depiction of Connecticut Wits. See Barlow, Joel: Connecticut Wits, contrast to other conservativism (anti-­ liberalism), 22–26, 70–72. See also Cooper, James Fenimore : conservative views of; Saco, José Antonio: liberalism, conservatism, the Spanish Enlightenment, views on Cooper, James Fenimore: All of Mexico movement, attitude on, 91–92; The Ameri­can Democrat, 70, 73–75, 92–93; anti-­ Catholicism, criticism of, 77–78; Black Legend, attitude on, 76, 78–79, 90; class, views on, 74, 85–93; conservative views of, 73–75, 79–81, 84–85, 89– 93; Constitution (US), attitude on, 73– 75; criti­ cal assessments of, 64–66, 69–70, 73–74, 84, 88–89, 189n1, 189n2; Democratic Party, affiliation with, 69, 82, 91, 93, 189n1; free trade, attitude on, 75, 80– 81, 85–86, 89; gender roles, commentary on, 79; Hispanicism, attitude on, 69–70; Jack Tier, 27, 64–70, 81–92; jingo­ ism, attitude on, 69–70, 74–75, 81–82, 84–85, 87–88, 93, 189n1; imperialism, attitude on, 69; Leatherstocking Tales and other frontier romances, 66, 69, 145–46; “A Letter to His Countrymen,” 73; liberal Christianity, contrast to, 78, 81–82, 93; liberalism, attitude on, 70, 73–75, 84–86, 88–93; literary nationalism of, 69; Manifest Destiny, attitude on, 70, 84–85, 91, 93; Mercedes of Castile, 27, 64–70, 69– 70, 75–81; Mexicans, depiction of, 81– 92; Native Ameri­ cans, commentary on, 69; racial views of, 69; realism, use of, 65–66, 69–70, 75–92; republican views of, 75, 80, 85–86, 89, 91; romance, use of, 64–66, 84; Spaniards, depiction of, 75–81; Sumner, William Graham, comparison to, 175–80; US-­ Mexican War, depiction of, 81–92 Coronado, Ra...

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9780817391744
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2018-05-16
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