By John Carlos Rowe
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Brown among them. His 31 Foundations and Backgrounds The Pilgrim and the Bee: Reading Rituals and Book Culture in Early New England (2007), a rich evocation of the meaning of texts, extends Hall’s notion of the Puritans’ verbal universe. Another such scholar is Sandra Gustafson. In her sections on seventeenth- and eighteenth-century New England religion in Eloquence Is Power (2000), she interrogates her sources to locate a “performance semiotic,” that is, an understanding of “the contextual nature and strategic uses of speech and writing as signs relating the individual body to the social body” (xvii).
Among these are: the varied reasons for settling the New World and calling it one’s own; the manifold ways in which Europeans came to view themselves, over time, as “American”; how an “American” self might differ, in its self-referentiality as well as in its understanding of others, from the European; and how concepts of the “other” – dissidents, participants in rival religious systems (such as witchcraft), or Native Americans – framed colonial identity. These and other questions have solely to do with the place of Puritanism within early (what used to be called “colonial”) American culture, not with its legacy in subsequent United States culture.
A Concise Companion to American Studies (Blackwell Companions in Cultural Studies) by John Carlos Rowe