Vol. 1: History of American Literature:
1. Introduction to the history of American Literature.
2. Eighteenth century American Literature.
3. Literature by travelers and explorers.
4. Literature by historians.
5. American Literature and Puritanism.
6. Age of philosophers.
7. American Literature in the beginning of nineteenth century.
8. Age of romance in American Literature.
9. New England poets in American Literature.
Vol. 2: Twentieth Century American Literature:
1. Twenty century American poetry.
2. Rise realism in American Literature.
3. Oral American Literature.
4. Origin f patriotic songs.
5. Literature and publications: trends and issues.
6. The Romantic Movement.
7. Trends in romance novels.
8. Writings of Toni Morrison.
9. Mark Twain’s place in American literature.
10. Literature of Henry James.
11. American Theatre in twentieth century.
Vol. 3: Contemporary American Literature:
1. Contemporary American literary theory.
2. Contemporary American Literature.
3. Contemporary African-American Literature.
4. Contemporary Asian-American Literature.
5. Contemporary Biblical American Literature.
6. Contemporary American-French Literature.
7. Contemporary German writing in US.
8. Contemporary Southern American Literature.
9. Contemporary aboriginal American writings.
10. Contemporary American-Yiddish Literature.
Vol. 4: Studies in American Literature:
1. Study on the literary works of Benjamin Franklin.
2. Study on the poems of Bryant and his contemporaries.
3. Study of Jonathan Edwards’ literary works.
4. Study of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s literary works.
5. Study on the works of early essayists.
6. Colonial American fictions: a critical study.
7. Study on the development of American novel.
8. Study on the development of American drama.
9. Study on the literary works of Irving.
10. Transcendentalism in American literature.
11. Analyzing the literacy works of travelers and observers.
Vol. 5: Modern American Literature:
1. Modern English language in America.
2. Modernism and experimentation in American Literature.
3. Modern American poetry.
4. Modern American prose.
5. Nature of modern American novels.
6. Detective sand horror fictions.
7. Democratic and revolutionary American Literature.
8. Modern American essays.
9. Modern literature of travelers and explorers.
10. Modern science fictions.
11. Modern writings by humorists.