The American literary movements of the last century were based on a set of ideas about how people should live and work.
These ideas were developed by two men, Henry David Thoreau and F. Scott Fitzgerald, who were both Americans, but had different backgrounds and shared similar visions about the American experience.
In the US, these ideas became known as the Thoreaus’ philosophy of the American story.
Thoreaux and Fitzgerald’s philosophy of American culture was inspired by a story they had heard in the 1870s about a Native American woman who was a journalist for the Philadelphia Daily News, a newspaper in Philadelphia.
Thorneau, who was born in 1845 in New York City, had grown up on the West Coast and was the son of a writer and his mother.
Fitzgerald, born in Boston in 1859, had moved to New York at age 19 and was working as a reporter for the New York Tribune.
Both men were deeply influenced by the story, and they believed that this story could help Americans understand how they lived and what it meant to be American.
Both Thoreaudes and Fitzgerald were inspired by the idea of the “American story”.
The idea that Americans could be united by shared values and ideals, and that all Americans could have a sense of common humanity and shared destiny.
In his novel, The Awakening, Thoreaucys father, the late Robert Thoreavius, wrote that he and his wife had been the last to leave New York after the city had been destroyed by the Civil War.
They were the first to leave the US in 1877.
This shared sense of Americanness was what helped them to understand what it was to be a true American.
They thought that the stories of their ancestors and their family could help them understand their own country.
In America, these stories were part of what made the United States a great country.
It was this shared sense that led to the formation of a national culture.
This is how the American cultural movement began.
As America’s identity was built, it became easier to understand why so many Americans, from writers to athletes to journalists, felt that they belonged in America.
The American story The American experience began when a group of men and women in the US were sent to Europe to help rebuild America after the Civil Wars.
The Europeans had been fighting in Europe for many years and were looking for new territory.
The men and the women of the group of volunteers arrived in the United Kingdom in 1882 and were welcomed by King George VI.
The Americans, as the British referred to them, were referred to as “colonists”.
The British were impressed by the American women and men who were willing to do whatever it took to rebuild their country.
One of the women, Mary Ann Brinton, described her experience in a letter to her daughter, Mary.
I was the first woman in my class to be able to walk across the Atlantic Ocean in my own clothes, without having a bra or a wig on, in the early 1900s, and for that I am very grateful.
When we returned to the States, many of us returned to our homes, the first Americans to do so since the American Revolution.
They took their time in settling down, establishing families and creating their communities.
They also started to settle down and began to work their way up.
Mary Ann and I moved into the Brinton household, which was the one that was closest to the home we were going to when we went to America.
Our parents had been married and had four children.
Mary, a very small girl, would be the youngest of them.
I will be the oldest.
The children lived in a small house in the woods and were given clothes by their parents, who lived in the same neighborhood.
This was the start of what was known as “American boarding school”.
Many of the children, including Mary Ann, moved into boarding schools in New England, including the one I grew up in.
We were the only children in the family and our family was very small.
Mary lived in this small house with her mother and two older sisters and was called “Miss Brinton”.
I was born on the first day of the boarding school year, in 1885, in one of the houses we were to be housed in.
The only other people I remember being there were my older brothers and sisters, who came to watch over us, and my mother and sister-in-law.
They came as guests, and I was able to come to see them as often as I could.
Mary would have many adventures with her friends, and many of her friends would tell her stories about the adventures she had in America and in the world.
The next step for the Americans was to move to a different country, so they moved to Canada.
They went to school in Toronto and then went to a boarding school in Victoria, British Columbia, where they were accepted into a boarding program. This