John Neal

(1793-1876)

General Studies


ENGELL, John. “Hawthorne and Two Types of Early American Romance.” South Atlantic Review 57.1 (1992): 33-51.
GOULD, Phillip. “New England Witch-Hunting and the Politics of Reason in the Early Republic.” The New England Quarterly 68.1 (1995): 58-82.
LEASE, Benjamin. “John Neal and Edgar Allan Poe.” Poe Studies/Dark Romanticism 7 (1974): 38-41.
LEASE, Benjamin. “Yankee Poetics: John Neal’s Theory of Poetry and Fiction.” American Literature 24.4 (1953): 505-519.
ORIANS, G. Harrison. “New England Witchcraft in Fiction.” American Literature 2.1 (1930): 54-71.
SCHEICK, William J. “Power, Authority, and Revolutionary Impulse in John Neal's Rachel Dyer.” Studies in American Fiction 4 (1976): 143-55.
SIVILS, Matthew Wynn. "'the Herbage of Death': Haunted Environments in John Neal and James Fenimore Cooper." Eds. Edward Watts and David J. Carlson.Bucknell UP, 2012. 39-56.