774 }âEARLY AMERICAN LITERATURE: VOLUME 52 , NUMBER 3 English discussions of taxes, and so it is perhaps unsurprising that Joseph finds that in American debates around taxes, âEnglish understandings of taxation had permeated the entire American political spectrumâ (233). Ignacio Gallup-Â iaz concludes the volume with a concise conclusion that describes the ability of Anglicization as a framework to allow for both structural and local historical narratives. He highlights several important themes that emerge from the essays within the volume: regional diversity, competing perspectives within England and the empire, and the daily practice of empire. Edited volumes present difficult material for the reviewer, who must decide how much weight to put in discussing the essays as individual pieces or as part of a whole. Each of the essays discussed above is illuminating on its own terms. Read together, they provide many different perspectives on Anglicization throughout early America. Some of the essays utilize this framework to greater effect than others, and the definition of AnglicizaD tion shifts a bit between chapters. As Gallup-Â iaz writes in the conclusion, Anglicization is a framework usually applied to political and economic histories, and here it works most clearly when used
Early American Literature – University of North Carolina Press
Published: Oct 31, 2017
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