( was thefavorite novelof 20th-century American novelist William Faulkner, whoseprofound and disturbing works suggest that the dark, metaphysicalvision of Protestant America has not yet been exhausted.)Like most colonial literature, the poems of early NewEngland imitate the form and technique of the mother country,though the religious passion and frequent biblical references, aswell as the new setting, give New England writing a specialidentity.


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