The term Great American Novel (GAN) refers to a canonical novel that is thought to have captured the spirit of American life.
The term Great American Novel (GAN) refers to a canonical novel that is thought to have captured the spirit of American life. These novels are generally written by Americans and deal in some way with the question of America's national character. The Great American Novel is sometimes considered America's equivalent of the national epic. There is no consensus on which novel or novels deserve to be called the Great American Novel
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In ''American Theories of the Novel: 1793-1903,'' Sergio Perosa points out that the first American novels were seen as. .In the introduction to his multi-volume novel ''Modern Chivalry,'' which was published in 1793, Hugh Henry Brackenridge carried these apologetics to the point of caricature.
In ''American Theories of the Novel: 1793-1903,'' Sergio Perosa points out that the first American novels were seen as ''a world of idleness or pure desire. They ''influenced the passions or corrupted the heart. His book, he wrote, was to be simply a model of style - ''orthography, choice of words, idiom of phrase, and structure of sentence.
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