Washington Irving Research Paper by Ascot

Washington Irving
A biographical essay on the life and influence of popular American author and diplomat, Washington Irving.
# 67160 | 3,327 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Jun 29, 2006 in History (U.S. Before 1865) , Literature (American)


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Tactful European diplomat, thrifty businessman, powerful lawyer, meticulous biographer, beloved uncle, nature lover, protector of American culture, the United States' first world renowned writer-Washington Irving was all these things and much more. This paper details the life of Washington Irving and his impact on American history as both an author, diplomat and a preserver of American culture.

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"Besides writing American literature Irving published a book entitled Bracebridge Hall depicting the beautiful English countryside where he now was spending great amounts of time. Sir Walter Scott suggested that he travel to Germany to collect German folklore. Irving took Scott's advice and moved to Dresden where he studied German, viewed German art and collected new material for his next work. He also wrote plays for the court of King Frederick Augustus I. After living in Germany as a visiting celebrity, Irving moved to Paris to begin compiling his notes into what finally became the book Tales of a Traveler in 1824. ""

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