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The Devil and Doctor Dwight Satire and Theology in the Early American Republic Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia - Colin Wells
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Hartford: Published by Silas Andrus, 1824. Later edition. c.1733. Blue paper boards with tan paper backing. 16mo. pp. [iv] blank ix, 10-67, [5] blank. Good. Spine tears and light soil to covers, foxed endpapers and light foxing throughout. Work begun in 1729, finishing the first 3 by 1731, appearing anonymously in 1733 with the fourth in 1734. Moral essay written in heroic couplets. "Pope says that man has learnt about Nature and God's creation by using science; science has given man power but man intoxicated by this power thinks that he is "imitating God". Pope uses the word "fool" to show how little he (man) knows in spite of the progress made by science.".., Hartford: Published by Silas Andrus, 1824., The University of North Carolina Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 272 pages. Dimensions: 8.6in. x 6.3in. x 0.6in.At the close of the eighteenth century, Timothy Dwight--poet, clergyman, and, later, president of Yale College--waged a literary and intellectual war against the forces of infidelity. The Devil and Doctor Dwight reexamines this episode by focusing on The Triumph of Infidelity (1788), the verse satire that launched Dwights campaign and, Colin Wells argues, the key to recovering the deeper meaning of the threat of infidelity in the early years of the American Republic. The book also features the first modern, annotated edition of this important but long-overlooked poem. Modeled after Alexander Popes satiric masterpiece, the Dunciad, Dwights poem took aim at a number of his contemporaries, but its principal target was Congregationalist Charles Chauncy, author of a controversial treatise asserting the salvation of all men. To Dwights mind, a belief in universal salvation issued from the same naive faith in innate human virtue and inevitable progress that governed all forms of Enlightenment thought, political as well as religious. Indeed, in subsequent works he traced with increasing dismay a shift in the idea of universal salvation from a theological doctrine to a political belief and symbol of American national identity. In this light, Dwights campaign against infidelity must also be seen as an early and prescient critique of the ideological underpinnings of Jeffersonian democracy. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., The University of North Carolina Press

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At the close of the eighteenth century, Timothy Dwight--poet, clergyman, and, later, president of Yale College--waged a literary and intellectual war against the forces of "infidelity." The Devil and Doctor Dwight reexamines this episode by focusing on The Triumph of Infidelity (1788), the verse satire that launched Dwight's campaign and, Colin Wells argues, the key to recovering the deeper meaning of the threat of infidelity in the early years of the American Republic. The book also features the first modern, annotated edition of this important but long-overlooked poem.Modeled after Alexander Pope's satiric masterpiece, the Dunciad, Dwight's poem took aim at a number of his contemporaries, but its principal target was Congregationalist Charles Chauncy, author of a controversial treatise asserting "the salvation of all men." To Dwight's mind, a belief in universal salvation issued from the same naive faith in innate human virtue and inevitable progress that governed all forms of Enlightenment thought, political as well as religious. Indeed, in subsequent works he traced with increasing dismay a shift in the idea of universal salvation from a theological doctrine to a political belief and symbol of American national identity. In this light, Dwight's campaign against infidelity must also be seen as an early and prescient critique of the ideological underpinnings of Jeffersonian democracy. 18th century,americas,christian books and bibles,christianity,classics,history,history and criticism,literary criticism,literary criticism and collections,literature and fiction Theology, The University of North Carolina Press

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At the close of the eighteenth century, Timothy Dwight--poet, clergyman, and, later, president of Yale College--waged a literary and intellectual war against the forces of "infidelity." The Devil and Doctor Dwight reexamines this episode by focusing on The Triumph of Infidelity (1788), the verse satire that launched Dwight's campaign and, Colin Wells argues, the key to recovering the deeper meaning of the threat of infidelity in the early years of the American Republic. The book also features the first modern, annotated edition of this important but long-overlooked poem.Modeled after Alexander Pope's satiric masterpiece, the Dunciad, Dwight's poem took aim at a number of his contemporaries, but its principal target was Congregationalist Charles Chauncy, author of a controversial treatise asserting "the salvation of all men." To Dwight's mind, a belief in universal salvation issued from the same naive faith in innate human virtue and inevitable progress that governed all forms of Enlightenment thought, political as well as religious. Indeed, in subsequent works he traced with increasing dismay a shift in the idea of universal salvation from a theological doctrine to a political belief and symbol of American national identity. In this light, Dwight's campaign against infidelity must also be seen as an early and prescient critique of the ideological underpinnings of Jeffersonian democracy. 18th century,americas,christian books and bibles,christianity,classics,history,history and criticism,literature and fiction,modern (16th-21st centuries),poetry Theology, The University of North Carolina Press

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At the close of the eighteenth century, Timothy Dwight--poet, clergyman, and, later, president of Yale College--waged a literary and intellectual war against the forces of "infidelity." "The Devil and Doctor Dwight" reexamines this episode by focusing on "The Triumph of Infidelity" (1788), the verse satire that launched Dwight's campaign and, Colin Wells argues, the key to recovering the deeper meaning of the threat of infidelity in the early years of the American Republic. The book also features the first modern, annotated edition of this important but long-overlooked poem. Modeled after Alexander Pope's satiric masterpiece, the "Dunciad," Dwight's poem took aim at a number of his contemporaries, but its principal target was Congregationalist Charles Chauncy, author of a controversial treatise asserting "the salvation of all men." To Dwight's mind, a belief in universal salvation issued from the same naive faith in innate human virtue and inevitable progress that governed all forms of Enlightenment thought, political as well as religious. Indeed, in subsequent works he traced with increasing dismay a shift in the idea of universal salvation from a theological doctrine to a political belief and symbol of American national identity. In this light, Dwight's campaign against infidelity must also be seen as an early and prescient critique of the ideological underpinnings of Jeffersonian democracy. Devil and Doctor Dwight: Satire and Theology in the Early American Republic Wells, Colin, University of North Carolina Press

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Devil and Doctor Dwight: Satire and Theology in the Early American Republic

At the close of the eighteenth century, Timothy Dwight--poet, clergyman, and, later, president of Yale College--waged a literary and intellectual war against the forces of "infidelity." "The Devil and Doctor Dwight" reexamines this episode by focusing on "The Triumph of Infidelity" (1788), the verse satire that launched Dwight's campaign and, Colin Wells argues, the key to recovering the deeper meaning of the threat of infidelity in the early years of the American republic. Dwight's campaign against infidelity must also be seen as an early and prescient critique of the ideological underpinnings of Jeffersonian democracy.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780807853832
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0807853836
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2002
Herausgeber: UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA PR
272 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,363 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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