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INDEX FOR VOLUME 21.1-21.3 ESSAYS AUfHOR TITLE ISSUE PAGE BAKER, Christina L. Shaking All the Comers III 321-331 BAKER, William J. of the Sky:The Global Response to the Gastonia Strike of 1929 BLIGHT, David W. "Up from Twoness": III 301-319 Frederick Douglass and the Meaning of W.E.B. Dubois's Double Consciousness DAVIS, Donald F. The North American Response III 333-357 to the Jitney Bus FENN, Jeffrey W. Conditioned Response: II 157-172 David Rabe's The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel KLEIMAN,Ed Henxy James and the 31-48 Haunted House of Fiction: Hawthorne's Influence in TheAmerican MACGREGOR, Alan L. "Lords of the Ascendant": 15-30 Mercantile Biography and Irving's Astoria MACLAREN, I.S. Washington hving's Problems 1-13 with Historyand Romance in Astoria MORRIS, Christopher The Southern White II 203-222 Community in Life and Mind: A Critical Review of Recent Literature PETERS, Renate From Illusion to II 173-182 Disillusion: Sartre's Views of America 142 Index REID, Richard M. Black Experience II 145-155 in the Union Army: The Other Civil War SAVOY, Eric The Subverted Gaze: III 287-300 Hawthorne, Howells, James and the Discourse of Travel UEDA, Reed Immigration and the II 183-201 Moral Criticism of American History: The Vision of Oscar Handlin AMERICAN STUDIES IN REVIEW AUI'HOR ASALS, Frederick TITLE Flanneriana ISSUE/PAGE I 95-99 Rosemary M. Magee. Conversations with Flannery O'Connor. University of Mississippi Press, 1987. Edward Kessler. Flannery O'Connor and the Language of Apocalypse. Princeton University Press, 1986. BANES, Ruth A. Relentlessly Writing the Weary Song:Blues Legacies in Literature I 57-71 Houston A. Baker, Jr. Modem.ism and the Harlem Renaissance. University of Chicago Press, 1987. Daphne Duval Harrison. Black Pearls: Blues Queens of the 1920s. Rutgers University Press, 1988. Pleasant "Cousin Joe" Joseph and Harriet J. Ottenheimer. Cousin Joe: Blues from New Orleans. University of Chicago Press, 1987. Nathan W. Pearson, Jr. Goin' to Kansas City. University of Illinois Press, 1987. Steven C.Tracy. Langston Hughes & the Blues. University of Illinois Press, 1988. CEDERSTROM, Lorelei Building a Tradition: African-American Literature in the University III 369-377 Robert Bone. Down Home: Origins of the Afro-American Short Story. Columbia University Press, 1988. Margaret Perry, ed. The Short Fiction of Rudolph Fisher. Greenwood Press, 1987. Deborah E. McDowell and Arnold Rampersand, eds. Slavery and the Literary Imagination. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989. Kerry McSweeney. Invisible Man: Race and Identity. Twayne Publishers, 1988. Index COLE, Curtis "A Conspiracy Against the Laity" 143 I 85-89 Don S. Kirschner. The Paradox of Professionalism: Reform and Public Servicein Urban America, 1900-1940. Greenwood Press, 1986. Nathan 0. Hatch, ed. TheProfessionsin American History.University of Notre Dame Press, 1988. CUMBLER, John Managing Labor, Finding a Future I 73-77 Howard M. Gitelman. Legacy of the Ludlow Massacre:A Chapter in American Industrial Relations. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1988. Michael Goldfield. TheDecline of OrganizedLabor in the UnitedStates. University of Chicago Press, 1987. FORSTER, Ben Business Studies Bullish III 379-86 Robert F. Dalzell, Jr. EnterprisingElite: The Boston Associates and the WorldTheyMade. Harvard University Press, 1987. Burton W. Folsom, Jr. Entrepreneursvs. The State:A NewLook at theRise of Big Businessin America, 1840-1920. Young America's Foundation, 1987. Robert Sobel. Trammel Crow, MasterBuilder: The Story of America's Largest Real Estate Empire. John Wiley, 1989. Joanne Yates. ControlThroughCommunication:TheRise of Systemin AmericanManagement. John Hopkins University Press, 1989. Gerald Zahavi. Workers,Managers,and WelfareCapitalism:The Shoeworkers and Tannersof EndicottJohnson,1890-1950.University of Illonois Press, 1988. KELLOW, Margaret M.R Two Perspective on the Secession Crisis II 233-37 Charles Hoffman and Tess Hoffman. North by South: The Two Lives of RichardJamesArnold University of Georgia Press, 1988. Richard H. Sewell. A House Divided:Sectionalismand Civil War,1848-1865. John Hopkins University Press, 1988. KENSKI, Henry C. How Presidents Lead I 91-94 Fred I Greenstein, ed. Leadershipin theModemPresidency.Harvard University Press, 1988. J. Richard Snyder, ed. JohnF. Kennedy:Person,Policy,Presidency.Scholarly Resources Books, 1988. LABRIE, Ross Differing Portraits of Henry James III 359-362 George Bishop. WhentheMasterRelents:The NeglectedShon Fictionsof HenryJames. UMI Research Press, 1988. Darshan Singh Maini. HenryJames:TheIndirectVision...


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