Realism Romanticism and Transcendentalism how they influenced each other and the development of American Literature

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Bryant, William Cullen. "To a Waterfowl." The American Tradition in Literature, 12th ed. Ed. George and Perkins, Barbara. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2009. p 785. Print.

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