Letters from an American Farmer is a series of letters written by French American
writer J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur, first published in 1782.
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The twelve essays that make up his Letters from an American Farmer are,
ostensibly at least, the product of a hand unfamiliar with the pen. The opening
Excerpt from Letters from an American Farmer. Written in 1782. A French
immigrant writes about the advantages of being an American. "The American is a
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There in 1782 he published Letters from an American Farmer, which became a
popular best-seller for Europeans eager to learn about the emerging American ...
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The purpose of Letters from an American Farmer During the period of time the
United States were first trying to defy themselves as a nation through texts, at the
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actually, in different kinds of lives, as well as to observe and analyze them.
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St. John de Crevecoeur is an 18<sup>th</sup> century French writer, most ...