restricted access   Volume 18, Number 2, 2001

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Legacy Bookshelf

pp. 253-260


Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Domestication of Free Labor Ideology

pp. 135-152

"Grand and Sweet Methodist Hymns": Spiritual Transformation and Imperialistic Vision in Harriet Prescott Spofford's "Circumstance"

pp. 153-166

Dickinson's Bawdy: Shakespeare and Sexual Symbolism in Emily Dickinson's Writing to Susan Dickinson

pp. 167-181

"Poetry Experienced": Lucy Larcom's Poetic Dwelling in A New England Girlhood

pp. 182-192

"He is Amusing but Not Inherently a Gentleman": The Vexed Relations of Kate Field and Samuel Clemens

pp. 193-204

"The Highly Original Country of the Yanquis" : Dramatic Irony and Double-Voicing as Cultural Critique in Maria Cristina Mena's Fiction

pp. 205-215

From The Archives

Margaret Fuller's First Conversation Series: A Discovery in the Archives

pp. 216-231

Legacy Profile

Jessie Ann Benton Fremont (1824-1902)

pp. 232-238

Book Reviews

The Masochistic Pleasures of Sentimental Literature (review)

pp. 239-240

To Read My Heart: The Journal of Rachel Van Dyke, 1810-1811 (review)

pp. 240-242

Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon (review)

pp. 242-243

Undomesticated Ground: Recasting Nature as Feminist Space (review)

pp. 244-245

Challenging Boundaries: Gender and Periodization, and: Separate Spheres No More: Gender Convergence in American Literature, 1830-1930 (review)

pp. 245-247

Traces of a Stream: Literacy and Social Change Among African American Women (review)

pp. 248-249

Reforming Fictions: Native, African, and Jewish American Women's Literature and Journalism in the Progressive Era (review)

pp. 249-250

Sentimental Collaborations: Mourning and Middle-Class Identity in Nineteenth-Century America, and: Sentimental Materialism: Gender, Commodity Culture, and Nineteenth-Century American Literature (review)

pp. 250-252