This talk will examine the different types of friendships presented in New England's print culture during the pre-Revolutionary era. Although there is a continuity of interpersonal elements inherently understood about friendship, it is the normative social construction that is particular to time and place. This is perceptible in the popularity of certain texts and characters, in how they were received by New England colonists and how they represented nuances of friendship during the period.
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11 September 2013 this event is free Brown Bag
Friendship in Colonial New England, 1750-177512:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Jill Bouchillon, University of Stirling