restricted access   Volume 19, Number 2, Summer 2007

Table of Contents

From: American Literary History

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Indigenous Illustration: Native American Artists and Nineteenth-Century US Print Culture

pp. 267-289

The Hum of Routine: Issues for the Study of Early American Indian Print Culture: A Response to Phillip H. Round

pp. 290-296

Temperance, Mass Culture, and the Romance of Experience

pp. 297-323

The Romance of Classlessness: A Response to Thomas Augst

pp. 324-328

Print Culture as an Archive of Dissent: Or, Delia Bacon and the Case of the Missing Hamlet

pp. 329-349

Mystic Ciphers: Shakespeare and Intelligent Design: A Response to Nancy Glazener

pp. 350-356

Common Places: Poetry, Illocality, and Temporal Dislocation in Thoreau’s A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

pp. 357-374

The Temporality of Commonplaces: A Response to Meredith McGill

pp. 376-380

Toward a History of Access: The Case of Mary Church Terrell

pp. 381-401

A Response to Elizabeth McHenry

pp. 402-405

Labor, Memory, and the Boundaries of Print Culture: From Haymarket to the Mexican Revolution

pp. 406-433

A Response to Shelley Streeby

pp. 434-437

Recovering and Re-constructing Early Twentieth-Century Hispanic Immigrant Print Culture in the US

pp. 438-455

Lynching Coverage and the American Reporter-Novelist

pp. 456-481

A Response to Jean Lutes

pp. 482-489

Nursing Radicalism: Some Lessons from a Post-War Girls’ Series

pp. 491-520

Bookish Women: Reading Girls’ Fiction: A Response to Julia Mickenberg

pp. 521-526

Understanding Iowa: Flannery O’Connor, B.A., M.F.A.

pp. 527-545

Flannery O’Connor and the New Criticism: A Response to Mark McGurl

pp. 546-556

A Most Ambiguous Citizen: Samuel R. “Chip” Delany

pp. 557-570

Letter to the Editor

p. 571