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Domesticity beyond Sentiment: Edith Wharton, Decoration, and Divorce–Susan Fraiman
The Scenes of Seeing: Frances Benjamin Johnston and Visualizations of the “Indian” in Black, White, and Native Educational Contexts–Tova Cooper
The Production of Nativity in Early Syrian Immigrant Literature–Swati Rana
“Simply by Reacting?”: The Sociology of Race and Invisible Man's Automata–Scott Selisker
“If You Want to Know the Truth”: Fair Use, Authenticity, and J. D. Salinger–Daniel Pecchenino
Dave Eggers's What Is the What: Fictionalizing Trauma in the Era of Misery Lit– Elizabeth Twitchell
Looking for the Real South: Regional, National, and Hemispheric Perspectives–Annette Trefzer
Risk Culture: Performance and Danger in Early America / Risk Culture: Performance and Danger in Early America / Suffering Childhood in Early America: Violence, Race, and the Making of the Child Victim / Phillis Wheatley and the Romantics–Lucia Hodgson
Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolutions / Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolutions / The American Slave Narrative and the Victorian Novel–Carrie Hyde
Slavery on Trial: Law, Abolitionism, and Print Culture / Slavery on Trial: Law, Abolitionism, and Print Culture / The War on Words: Slavery, Race, and Free Speech in American Literature–Maurice Lee
Three American Poets: Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, and Herman Melville / Three American Poets: Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, and Herman Melville / Winds of Will: Emily Dickinson and the Sovereignty of Democratic Thought–Faith Barrett
Acts of Narrative Resistance: Women's Autobiographical Writings in the Americas / Acts of Narrative Resistance: Women's Autobiographical Writings in the Americas / Continental Divides: Remapping the Cultures of North America / Migrant Sites: America, Place, and Diaspora Literatures–Lauren Coats and Laura Jones
The Prison and the American Imagination / The Prison and the American Imagination / Criminal Intimacy: Prison and the Uneven History of Modern American Sexuality–Patrick Elliot Alexander
Learning to Live with Crime: American Crime Narrative in the Neoconservative Turn / Learning to Live with Crime: American Crime Narrative in the Neoconservative Turn / The Law Is a White Dog: How Legal Rituals Make and Unmake Persons– Jeannine Marie DeLombard
A Novel Marketplace: Mass Culture, the Book Trade, and Postwar American Fiction / A Novel Marketplace: Mass Culture, the Book Trade, and Postwar American Fiction / Frantic Panoramas: American Literature and Mass Culture, 1870–1920–Thomas Strychacz
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