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2. Documenting Tradition: Territoriality and Textuality in Black Hawk's Narrative–Mark Rifkin
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4. "The Best of Me Is There": Emerson as Lecturer and Celebrity–Bonnie Carr O'Neill
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6. Science, Nature Work, and the Kinaesthetic Body in Cather and Stein–Anne Raine
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