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1. Judging Jurisdictions: Geography and Race in Slave Law and Literature of the 1830s–Christine Macdonald
2. Louisa May Alcott's Queer Geniuses–Gustavus Stadler
3. Killing Them Softly: Childbed Fever and the Novel–Jane F. Thrailkill
4. Talking Horros: James, Euphemism, and the Specter of Wilde–Neill Matheson
5. Lifting Bellies, Filling Petunias, and Making Meanings through the Trans-Poetic–Susan Holbrook
6. "Strange Prophecies Anew": Rethinking the Politics of Matter and Spirit in Ginsberg's Kaddish–Tony Trigilio
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