American Literature: Kate Chopin, and Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman

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Over the years American Literature has become an important part of the American history. In the other hand, it is really important for people to study the significant of the American literature, because in particular is associated with influence of the American culture. People should know more about their culture, because it is the place where they are living in. Literature was brought to the United States from the European culture. The American literature started to develop during the antebellum era in the late 19th century and the 20th century. At this period of time many writers started to get well known in the American society. Good examples of two good antebellum era writers are Kate Chopin, and Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman. These two women made a big impact in the American history. Both of these women were very important writers, and well known for their American romance fiction short stories. Chopin’s and Freeman’s short stories were very interesting because they talked about real day by day events. People liked their short stories, because sometimes they identified their selves with the characters of the stories. Freeman and Chopin wrote several short stories while they were alive. There are several reasons why Kate Chopin and Mary E. Wilkins- Freeman affected the American literature and culture. The Antebellum era in the American history was best known the period before the civil war and after the War of 1812. During the first half of the 19th century, the

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