Phillis Wheatley
American Literature Digital Anthology (Beginnings through 1914)
Canon Beginnings to 1700Christopher ColumbusLetter to Luis de Santangel Regarding the First VoyageÁlvar Núñez Cabeza de VacaAdventures in the Unknown Interior of AmericaWilliam BradfordThe Mayflower CompactJohn WinthropA Model of Christian CharityAnne BradstreetSelect PoemsMary RowlandsonNarrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary RowlandsonEdward TaylorHuswiferyCotton MatherThe Wonders of the Invisible WorldAmerican Literature Canon 1700-1820Jonathan EdwardsSelected SermonsPontiacSpeech at DetroitThomas JeffersonThe Declaration of IndependenceJames MadisonThe United States ConstitutionFederalist No. 10TecumsehSpeech to the OsagesBenjamin FranklinThe Autobiography of Benjamin FranklinJohn AdamsLetter on Thomas JeffersonJ. Hector St John de CrevecoeurLetters from an American FarmerThomas PaineCommon SenseThe CrisisAlexander HamiltonFederalist No. 1Olaudah EquianoThe Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah EquianoPhillis WheatleyReligious and Moral PoemsAmerican Literature Canon 1820-1865Washington IrvingRip Van WinkleThe Legend of Sleepy HollowJames Fenimore CooperThe Last of the MohicansWilliam Cullen BryantThanatopsisTo a WaterfowlThe PrairiesRalph Waldo EmersonNatureThe American ScholarSelf-RelianceThe PoetEach and AllMerlinBrahmaLetter to President Martin van BurenComplete WorksNathaniel HawthorneThe Scarlet LetterMy Kinsman, Major MolineuxYoung Goodman BrownThe May-Pole of Merry MountThe Minister's Black VeilThe Birth-MarkHenry Wadsworth LongfellowA Psalm of LifeThe Slave's DreamThe Jewish Cemetery at NewportMy Lost YouthJohn Greenleaf WhittierSnow-Bound: A Winter IdylEdgar Allan PoeThe RavenAnnabel LeeLigeiaThe Fall of the House of UsherThe Tell-Tale HeartThe Black CatThe Purloined LetterThe Philosophy of CompositionAbraham LincolnThe Gettysburg AddressSecond Inaugural AddressThe Emancipation ProclamationMargaret FullerThe Great LawsuitWilliam Lloyd GarrisonTo the PublicThe InsurrectionJohn Brown and the Principle of NonresistanceAngelina GrimkeAppeal to the Christian Women of the SouthSojourner TruthSpeech to the Women's Rights Convention in Akron, OhioAin't I a Woman?Harriet Beecher StoweUncle Tom's CabinFanny FernMale Criticism on Ladies' BooksFresh Leaves, by Fanny FernHarriet JacobsIncidents in the Life of a Slave GirlHenry David ThoreauResistance to Civil Government (Civil Disobedience)WaldenFrederick DouglassNarrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Written by HimselfWhat to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?Herman MelvilleBartleby, the ScrivenerBenito CerenoBattle-PiecesMoby-DickWalt WhitmanComplete WorksEmily DickinsonComplete WorksElizabeth Drew StoddardLemorne versus HuellFrances Ellen Watkins HarperEliza HarrisEthiopiaThe Fugitive's WifeThe Tennessee HeroBury Me in aFree LandRebecca Harding DavisLife in the Iron-MillsAmerican Literature Canon 1865-1914Mark TwainAdventures of Huckleberry FinnThe Adventures of Tom SawyerThe Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras CountyPudd'nhead WilsonWilliam Dean HowellsNovel Writing and Novel ReadingEdithaAmbrose BierceAn Occurance at Owl Creek BridgeHenry JamesThe Turn of the ScrewDaisy Miller: A StudyThe Real ThingThe Beast in the JungleThe Art of FictionThe Portrait of a LadySarah Orne JewettA White HeronEmma LazarusIn the Jewish Synagogue at Newport1492The New ColossusKate ChopinAt the 'Cadian BallThe StormDésirée’s BabyThe AwakeningBooker T. WashingtonUp from SlaveryCharlotte Perkins-GilmanThe Yellow Wall-paperEdith WhartonThe Other TwoRoman FeverEthan FromeW. E. B. Du BoisThe Souls of Black FolkFrank NorrisA Plea for Romantic FictionTheodore DreiserSister CarrieTrue Art Speaks PlainlyStephen CraneThe Red Badge of CourageMaggieThe Open BoatThe Blue HotelThe Black RidersWar Is KindPaul Laurence DunbarWhen Malindy SingsAn Ante-Bellum SermonSympathyWe Wear the MaskFrederick DouglassHarriet Beecher StoweJack LondonThe Call of the WildTo Build a FireWhat Life Means to MeZitkala SaImpressions of and Indian ChildhoodThe Soft-Hearted SiouxFrederick Jackson TurnerThe Significance of the Frontier in American HistoryTheodore RooseveltAmerican IdealsThe Strenuous LifeHelen Hunt JacksonA Century of DishonorNotice an important text missing from this digital anthology?