5 edition of Literary life of James K. Paulding. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Comp. by his son, William I. Paulding ...|
|LC Classifications||PS2528 .P3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 397 p.|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||24017281|
James Kirke Paulding. Review of A Life of Washington. Review of A Life of Washington (May , text “A” — Southern Literary Messenger) ; Marginalia item CXCIII (, text “B” — Works) (In the original this item is misnumbered as CXCII.); Notice from “Autography” “J. K. Paulding” (“Autography” - part I) — February — Southern Literary Messenger. PAULDING, James Kirke (). An American author, born in Pleasant Valley, Dutchess County, N. Y. After a scanty education, he went to New York, where, with William Irving, his brother-in-law, and with Washington Irving, he collaborated in Salmagundi (), the second series of the same () being by Paulding alone. During the War of he published the Diverting History .
James K. Paulding was born at Great Nine Partners near Peekskill, in In early times there were two local Paulding households of note. One was the childhood home of John Paulding, the leading captor of Major Andre; the other was the childhood home of James K. Paulding, Secretary of the Navy and literary collaborator of Washington Irving. Washington Irving was born in New York City on April 3, , to a prosperous trader and an English curate’s granddaughter, the youngest of eleven living children. The Revolutionary War was still fresh everybody’s mind; the last “lobster-bellies” did not leave American borders .
In , T. O. Mabbott included the poem in his edition of Selected Poems of Edgar Allan Poe (New York: Macmillian Co., , p. ), with the following note: “This poem was never acknowledged by Poe in print, but Mr. J. H. Whitty claims he found a MS. note directing attention to it in a copy of the Southern Literary Messenger once used by Poe. In this work, Irving had the collaboration of his brother Williams and his friend James K. Paulding. 2 The Salmagundi papers, reissued later in book form, possess, in addition to their interest as humorous literature, historical value as pictures of social life in New York during the .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Paulding, William I. (William Irving), Literary life of James K. Paulding. New York, C. Scribner and company, James Kirke Paulding, (born Aug.
22,Dutchess county, N.Y., U.S.—died April 6,Hyde Park, N.Y.), dramatist, novelist, and public official chiefly remembered for his early advocacy and use of native American material in literature. At 18 he went to New York City, where he formed a lasting friendship with the Irving association aroused his enthusiasm for literature.
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Prominent among the pioneers of American letters, before Literature had become a profession in this country, was James K. Paulding. One of the most popular of our authors for awhile, towards the close of his extended life various circumstances kept him much in the background.
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(William Irving), Literary life of James K. Paulding. Full text of "Literary Life of James K. Paulding" See other formats. Page I LITERARY LIFE OF JAMES K. PAULDING. COMPILED BY HIS SON, WILLIAM I. PAULDING. IN ONE VOLUME. NEWV YORK: CHARLES SCRIBNER AND COMPANY.
Page II Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the yearby WILLIAM I. PAULDING, In the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.
Page III PREFACE. PROMINENT. Death of James K. Paulding. April 6, and the Book of St. Nicholas, complete, we believe, the catalogue of Mr. PAULDING's works of fiction. we have before us the avowed results of Mr. Literary Life of James K. Paulding. Shipping costs are based on books weighing LB, or 1 KG.
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Close. More from this seller. Literary Life of James K. Paulding By William I. Paulding C. Scribner and Company, Read Overview The Age of Milton: An Encyclopedia of Major 17th-Century British and American Authors By Alan Hager Greenwood Press, James Kirke Paulding (Aug – April 6, ) was an American writer and, for a time, the United States Secretary of the Navy.
James Kirke Paulding was born on Augat Pleasant Valley, New York. Paulding was chiefly cal party: Democratic-Republican. Contents: Preface --Introduction --Jonathan's visit to the celestial empire / James K.
Paulding --Steam / William Cox --Peter Brush; or, The great used up ; News-boy / Joseph C. Neal --Stage competitors: a tale of the road / George P. Morris --Female colleges / Thomas C. Haliburton --Pumpkin freshet ; How to tell a story / Seba Smith & Elizabeth Oakes Smith (Mrs.
Seba Smith) --from Struggles Cited by: 3. Paulding, James Kirke. The Backwoodsman. Philadelphia, M. Thomas, J. Maxwell, printer. Paulding, James Kirke. Westward Ho. New York, J. & J. Harper. PAULDING, JAMES KIRKE (), American writer and politician, was born in Dutchess county.
New York, on the 22nd of August After a brief course at a village school, he removed in to New York City, where in connexion with his brother-in-law, William Irving, and Washington Irving, he began in January a series of short lightly humorous articles, under the title.
Born in New York, James Kirke Paulding was raised in Tarrytown, where he befriend Washington Irving with whom he collaborated on Salmagundi (). Paulding was a member of the Board of Navy Commissioners () and later secretary of the Navy ().
He published burlesques, novels, and histories. TEXT RECORDS: To Lancelot. Paulding, James Kirke, A book of vagaries; comprising the New mirror for travelers and other whim-whams: being selections from the papers of a retired common-councilman, erewhile known as Launcelot Langstaff, and, in the public records, as James K.
Paulding. REVIEW James K. Paulding, Slavery in the United States William Drayton, The South Vindicated from the Treason and Fanaticism of the Northern Abolitionists REVIEW Charles Dickens, The Old Curiosity Shop, and other Tales and Master Humphrey's Clock REVIEW Lambert A.
Wilmer, The Quacks ofHelicon: A Satire Exordium to Critical NoticesPages:. William I. Paulding's Literary Life of James K. Paulding (New York: Charles Scribner, ). Brief estimates of the fiction can be found in Alexander Cowie, The Rise of the American Novel (New York: American Book Co., ), pp.and in Vernon L.
Parrington, Main Currents in American Thought (New York: Harcourt Brace, ), II, James Kirke Paulding was at one pole of that paradox. The first American writer to devote his career to describing America and Americans, to social commentary and social criticism, Paulding came to his subject as a crusader, his cause being the defense of the republic as a way of life, an economic and social system, and an ethical code.Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images Language: English Publication: "Mistakenly attributed to James K.
Paulding." cf. A.L. Herold. James Kirke Paulding, versatile American. Not mentioned in "Literary life of James K. Paulding, compiled by his son, William I. Paulding. New York, l" Subjects. Locality Subjects. United States, New.