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  1. The Poems of Philip Freneau by Philip Morin Freneau, 2008-08-07
  2. American Poetry: The Nineteenth Century, Vol. 1: Philip Freneau to Walt Whitman by Various, 1993-10-01
  3. The Poems of Philip Freneau: Poet of the American Revolution [V.1 ] [1902-1907 ] by Philip Morin Freneau, 2009-09-22
  4. The Poems of Philip Freneau: Poet of the American Revolution, Volume 2 by Fred Lewis Pattee, Philip Morin Freneau, 2010-03-08
  5. Philip Freneau, the Poet of the Revolution: A History of His Life and Times (1901) by Mary S. Austin, 2009-06-01
  6. The Poems of Philip Freneau (Volume 3); Poet of the American Revolution by Philip Morin Freneau, 2010-03-15
  7. The Poems of Philip Freneau: Poet of the American Revolution, Volume 3 by Philip Morin Freneau, 2010-02-28
  8. The Poems Of Philip Freneau V1: Poet Of The American Revolution by Philip Freneau, 2007-07-25
  9. The Poems Of Philip Freneau: Poet Of The American Revolution (1902)
  10. Philip Freneau, The Poet Of The Revolution: A History Of His Life And Times by Mary S. Austin, 2007-07-25
  11. Land and Sea: The Lyric Poetry of Philip Freneau by Richard C. Vitzthum, 1978-10-26
  12. At General Howes Side 2776 1778 (Philip Freneau Press bicentennial series on the American Revolution) by Friedrich Ernst Von Muenchhausen, 1974-06
  13. The Poems of Philip Freneau: Poet of the American Revolution, Volume 1 by Philip Morin Freneau, 2010-03-09
  14. William Carlos Williams, Stephen Crane, Philip Freneau: Papers and Poems Celebrating New Jersey's Literary Heritage

1. Freneau, Philip [Morin]
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Freneau, Philip [Morin] (1752-1832) fulfilled the dream of his wine merchant father, Pierre Fresneau (old spelling) when he entered the Class of 1771 to prepare for the ministry. Well versed in the classics in Monmouth County under the tutelage of William Tennent, Philip entered Princeton as a sophomore in 1768, but the joy of the occasion was marred by his father's financial losses and death the year before. In spite of financial hardships, Philip's Scottish mother believed that her oldest of five children would graduate and join the clergy. Though he was a serious student of theology and a stern moralist all his life, Freneau found his true calling in literature. As his roommate and close friend James Madison recognized early, Freneau's wit and verbal skills would make him a powerful wielder of the pen and a formidable adversary on the battlefields of print. Freneau soon became the unrivaled ``poet of the Revolution'' and is still widely regarded as the ``Father of American Literature.'' Although Freneau had produced several accomplished private poems before college, it was the intense experience of pre-Revolutionary-War Princeton that turned the poet's interest to public writing. Political concerns led Madison, Freneau, and their friends

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5. Philip Freneau: Poems
An index of poems by Philip Freneau. FRENEAU, PHILIP. Born in New York City, 1752; died near Monmouth, New Jersey, 1832.
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  • 7. PAL: Philip Freneau (1752-1832)
    A research and reference guide to the life and works of Philip Freneau.
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    PAL: Perspectives in American Literature - A Research and Reference Guide - An Ongoing Project Paul P. Reuben (To send an email, please click on my name above.) Chapter 2: Philip Morin Freneau (1752-1832) Primary Works Selected Bibliography 1980-Present Leader of 18th Century Naturalism Four Aspects of Freneau ... Home Page
    Source: Philip Freneau Primary Works Poems. Edited with a critical introd. by Harry Hayden Clark. NY: Hafner Pub. Co., 1960, 1929. PS755 .A5 C6 The poems of Philip Freneau, poet of the American Revolution. Father Bombo's pilgrimage to Mecca, 1770. by Hugh Henry Brackenridge and Philip Freneau; edited, with an introd., by Michael Davitt Bell. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton U Library, 1975. PS708 B5 F3 Selected Bibliography 1980-Present Goudie, Sean X. Creole America: The West Indies and the Formation of Literature and Culture in the New Republic. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2006. Hollander, John. ed. American Poetry: The Nineteenth Century, I: Philip Freneau to Walt Whitman. NY: Library of America, 1993.

    8. Philip Freneau - Poems And Biography By AmericanPoems.com
    Philip Freneau (1752 1832) Biography of Philip Freneau; Philip Freneau (1752 - 1832) Philip Morin Freneau fulfilled the dream of his wine merchant father, Pierre Fresneau (old
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    Philip Freneau (1752 - 1832)
    Philip [Morin] Freneau fulfilled the dream of his wine merchant father, Pierre Fresneau (old spelling) when he entered the Class of 1771 to prepare for the ministry. Well versed in the classics in Monmouth County under the tutelage of William Tennent, Philip entered Princeton as a sophomore in 1768, but the joy of the occasion was marred by his father's financial losses and death the year before. In spite of financial hardships, Philip's Scottish mother believed that her oldest of five children would graduate and join the clergy. Though he was a serious student of theology and a stern moralist all his life, Freneau found his true calling in literature. As his roommate and close friend James Madison recognized early, Freneau's wit and verbal skills would make him a powerful wielder of the pen and a formidable adversary on the battlefields of print. Freneau soon became the unrivaled "poet of the Revolution" and is still widely regarded as the "Father of American Literature". Although Freneau had produced several accomplished private poems before college, it was the intense experience of pre-Revolutionary-War Princeton that turned the poet's interest to public writing. Political concerns led Madison, Freneau, and their friends Hugh Henry Brackenridge and William Bradford, Jr., to revive the defunct Plain Dealing Club as the American Whig Society. Their verbal skirmishes with the conservative Cliosophic Society provided ample opportunities for sharpening Freneau's skills in prose and poetic satire. Charged with literary and political enthusiasm, Freneau and Brackenridge collaborated on a rollicking, picturesque narrative

    9. Poems By Philip Freneau [Category: Poem]
    Freneau, Philip . o Battle of Stonington, on the Seaboard of Connecticut, The. o Eutaw Springs. o Indian Burying Ground, The. o On The Demolition Of The French Monarchy
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    Battle of Stonington, on the Seaboard of Connecticut, The o Eutaw Springs o Indian Burying Ground, The o On The Demolition Of The French Monarchy o Part of Philip Freneau's poem on The British Prison Ships from 'American Prisoners of the Revolution' by Danske Dandridge
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    Biography published by the United States Information Agency.
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    Democratic Origins and Revolutionary Writers, 1776-1820: Philip Freneau (1752-1832)
    Index One poet, Philip Freneau, incorporated the new stirrings of European Romanticism and escaped the imitativeness and vague universality of the Hartford Wits. The key to both his success and his failure was his passionately democratic spirit combined with an inflexible temper. The Hartford Wits, all of them undoubted patriots, reflected the general cultural conservatism of the educated classes. Freneau set himself against this holdover of old Tory attitudes, complaining of "the writings of an aristocratic, speculating faction at Hartford, in favor of monarchy and titular distinctions." Although Freneau received a fine education and was as well acquainted with the classics as any Hartford Wit, he embraced liberal and democratic causes. From a Huguenot (radical French Protestant) background, Freneau fought as a militiaman during the Revolutionary War. In 1780, he was captured and imprisoned in two British ships, where he almost died before his family managed to get him released. His poem "The British Prison Ship" is a bitter condemnation of the cruelties of the British, who wished "to stain the world with gore." This piece and other revolutionary works, including "Eutaw Springs," "American Liberty," "A Political Litany," "A Midnight Consultation," and "George the Third's Soliloquy," brought him fame as the "Poet of the American Revolution."

    11. Freneau, Philip Definition Of Freneau, Philip In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Freneau, Philip (frēnō`), 1752–1832, American poet and journalist, b. New York City, grad. Princeton, 1771. During the American Revolution he served as soldier and privateer.
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    12. Philip Freneau - Poems And Biography By AmericanPoems.com
    Biography and the text of four of his poems.
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    Philip Freneau (1752 - 1832)
    Philip [Morin] Freneau fulfilled the dream of his wine merchant father, Pierre Fresneau (old spelling) when he entered the Class of 1771 to prepare for the ministry. Well versed in the classics in Monmouth County under the tutelage of William Tennent, Philip entered Princeton as a sophomore in 1768, but the joy of the occasion was marred by his father's financial losses and death the year before. In spite of financial hardships, Philip's Scottish mother believed that her oldest of five children would graduate and join the clergy. Though he was a serious student of theology and a stern moralist all his life, Freneau found his true calling in literature. As his roommate and close friend James Madison recognized early, Freneau's wit and verbal skills would make him a powerful wielder of the pen and a formidable adversary on the battlefields of print. Freneau soon became the unrivaled "poet of the Revolution" and is still widely regarded as the "Father of American Literature". Although Freneau had produced several accomplished private poems before college, it was the intense experience of pre-Revolutionary-War Princeton that turned the poet's interest to public writing. Political concerns led Madison, Freneau, and their friends Hugh Henry Brackenridge and William Bradford, Jr., to revive the defunct Plain Dealing Club as the American Whig Society. Their verbal skirmishes with the conservative Cliosophic Society provided ample opportunities for sharpening Freneau's skills in prose and poetic satire. Charged with literary and political enthusiasm, Freneau and Brackenridge collaborated on a rollicking, picturesque narrative

    13. Poems By Author - Freneau, Philip
    Cutting poems on religion, politics, racism, bullying, childhood and the like
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    14. Philip Freneau: Biography From Answers.com
    Freneau, Philip (frēnō '), 17521832, American poet and journalist, b. New York City, grad. Princeton, 1771. During the American Revolution he served as soldier and privateer.
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    16. The Indian Burying Ground
    After visiting an Indian burial ground, Freneau wrote the following poem, considered to be one of the first to idealize the Indian.
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    The Scorpion , a British prison-ship in New York Harbor. Imprisonment increased his hatred for the British and all coercive government. When he was released in an exchange of prisoners, he made his way to Philadelphia, where he began to write for the and won the title Poet of the American Revolution for his ardent patriotic verse and for his scathing satire of the British and of royalist sympathizers. With the end of the Revolution, Freneau returned to the sea for his livelihood. In 1786 his first volume of poems was published, and in 1790 he resumed his career as a journalist. A year later, with the aid of Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State under Washington, Freneau was appointed a translator in the State Department, and he established the National Gazette Gazette
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    20. A Short Biographical Dictionary Of English Literature/Freneau, Philip - Wikisour
    Freneau, Philip (17521832). Poet, b. in New York, produced two vols. of verse (1786-8), the most considerable contribution to poetry made up to that date in America.
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