Volume 17, Number 2, 2000

Table of Contents

From: Legacy

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Legacy Bookshelf

pp. 239-244
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Articles

Editors' Note

p. vii
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"But Maria, did you really write this?": Preface as Cover Story in Lydia Maria Child's Hobomok

pp. 127-140
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Susan Warner's The Wide, Wide World, Conduct Literature, and Protocols of Female Reading in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America

pp. 141-164
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"Tattooed still": The Inscription of Female Agency in Elizabeth Stoddard's The Morgesons

pp. 165-173
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"A Foreign Country": Emily Dickinson's Manuscripts and Their Meanings

pp. 174-186
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Between Registers: Coming In and Out Through Musical Performance in Willa Cather's The Song of the Lark

pp. 187-201
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Exploring Contact: Regionalism and the "Outsider" Standpoint in Mary Noailles Murfree's Appalachia

pp. 199-212
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From the Archives

Objects of Speculation: Early Manuscripts on Women and Education by Judith Sargent (Stevens) Murray

pp. 213-228
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Book Reviews

Soft Canons: American Women Writers and Masculine Tradition (review)

pp. 229-230
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Women in Chains: The Legacy of Slavery in Black Women's Fiction, and: Dreaming Black/Writing White: The Hagar Myth in American Cultural History (review)

pp. 230-232
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Emily Dickinson and Her Contemporaries: Women's Verse in America, 1820-1885 (review)

pp. 232-234
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Hungry Heart: The Literary Emergence of Julia Ward Howe (review)

pp. 234-235
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Plots and Proposals: American Women's Fiction, 1850-90 (review)

pp. 235-236
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Exploring Lost Borders: Critical Essays on Mary Austin (review)

pp. 236-238
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