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American Literature in American Literature
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American Literature in American Literature
Fred G. See
SUNY, Buffalo
Fred G. See

Fred See's recent publications include a book, Desire and the Sign, and essays on Clemens and Howells. His work-in-progress, "Marginal Literature," is about frontiers in best-selling American texts.

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