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    American Farmer Letters and Characters

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    In five pages the historical novel J. Hector St. John De Crevecoeur is examined in terms of character and how the representation of America comes through. There is one source listed in the bibliography.

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    tied exclusively to any one class or privileged blood-line". The bibliography cites 1 source. TEamefar.wps  Characters in Letters from an American Farmer Written by  Terri Smith, United Kingdom, March 2001 To Use This Report Correctly, Please Visit /aftersale.html Identity  can be seen as one of the most important and personal. A sense of history can also be seen as important, not only to the individual but also to the  community in which an individual lives and interacts. I the book Letters from an American Farmer by J. Hector St. John De Crevecoeur we see that the characters all  have an interesting sense of self, but most importantly the message to the reader can be seen as the make up of the sense of self and individuals and how  they make a society, and how society makes them in a symbiotic relationship of a new born nation. We can see evidence  that this is a new country where breeding and birth rights are nit of primary concern in the formation of society, it is a land of opportunity where a poor  man may do well and can be virtuous. Crevecoeur makes this clear with many characters in this pleasant work. We are told that the race itself may be responsible for  this as there is no single lineage here, when asked from where the people came we are told " English, Scotch, Irish, French, Dutch, Germans, and Swedes" (Crevecoeur 51). The 

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