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ESQ is devoted to the study of nineteenth-century American literature and culture. We invite submission of original articles grounded in a wide range of theoretical and critical perspectives, and we encourage inquiries proposing submissions and projects. A special feature is the publication of essays reviewing groups of related books on figures and topics in the field, thereby providing a forum for viewing recent scholarship in broad perspectives.
published byWashington State University
viewing issueVolume 53, Number 3, 2007 (Nos. 208 O.S.)
Table of Contents
- Harriet Jacobs’s Autobiography and the Voice of Lydia Maria Child
- pp. 216-252
- DOI: 10.1353/esq.0.0006
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