restricted access   Volume 72, Number 1, March 2000

Table of Contents

From: American Literature

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Brief Mention

pp. 227-240

Articles

Libertinism and Authorship in America's Early Republic

pp. 1-30

The Dutchman in the Attic: Claiming an Inheritance in The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon

pp. 31-57

Becoming Longfellow: Work, Manhood, and Poetry

pp. 1-28

From Wall Street to Astor Place: Historicizing Melville's "Bartleby"

pp. 87-116

"I Want a Real Coon": Mark Twain and Late-Nineteenth-Century Ethnic Caricature

pp. 117-152

Naturalism's Nation: Toward An American Tragedy

pp. 153-180

Book Reviews

Authorizing Experience: Refigurations of the Body Politic in Seventeenth-Century New England Writing (review)

pp. 181-182

Imagined Empires: Incas, Aztecs, and the New World of American Literature, 1771-1876 (review)

pp. 182-183

Spiritual Interrogations: Culture, Gender, and Community in Early African American Women's Writing

pp. 1-3

The Transformation of Authorship in America (review)

pp. 185-186

Literary Federalism in the Age of Jefferson: Joseph Denny and "The Port Folio," 1801-1812 (review)

pp. 186-187

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

pp. 187-188

Behind the Burnt Cork Mask: Early Blackface Minstrelsy and Antebellum American Popular Culture (review)

pp. 188-189

Sex and Citizenship in Antebellum America (review)

pp. 189-190

Nat Turner before the Bar of Judgment: Fictional Treatments of the Southampton Slave Insurrection (review)

pp. 191-192

A Voice of Thunder: A Black Soldier's Civil War (review)

pp. 192-193

The Collected Writings of Walt Whitman: The Journalism, Volume I: 1834-1846 (review)

pp. 193-194

A Whitman Chronology, and: Walt Whitman: The Measure of His Song (review)

pp. 194-196

Proper Mark Twain (review)

pp. 196-197

Edith Wharton's Travel Writing: The Making of a Connoisseur (review)

pp. 197-198

Jack London: A Study of the Short Fiction (review)

p. 199

Reading the Symptom: Frank Norris, Theodore Dreiser, and the Dynamics of Capitalism (review)

p. 200

Shifting the Blame: Literature, Law, and the Theory of Accidents in Nineteenth-Century America (review)

pp. 200-201

"Winds Can Wake Up the Dead": An Eric Walrond Reader (review)

p. 1

Women of the Harlem Renaissance (review)

pp. 203-204

Reading Faulkner's Best Short Stories, and: Percyscapes: The Fugue State in Twentieth-Century Southern Fiction (review)

pp. 204-206

Gertrude Stein and Richard Wright: The Poetics and Politics of Modernism (review)

pp. 206-207

Money and Modernity: Pound, Williams, and the Spirit of Jefferson (review)

pp. 207-208

The Suburb of Dissent: Cultural Politics in the United States and Canada during the 1930s (review)

pp. 208-209

Writing against God: Language as Message in the Literature of Flannery O'Connor (review)

pp. 209-210

The Good War's Greatest Hits: World War II and American Remembering (review)

pp. 210-211

Understanding Jane Smiley (review)

pp. 211-212

Making Men: Gender, Literary Authority, and Women's Writing in Caribbean Narrative (review)

pp. 213-214

Narrating Nationalisms: Ideology and Form in Asian American Literature (review)

pp. 214-215

Momaday, Vizenor, Armstrong: Conversations on American Indian Writing, and: Native North America: Critical and Cultural Perspectives (review)

pp. 215-217

Enlarging America: The Cultural Work of Jewish Literary Scholars, 1930-1990 (review)

pp. 217-218

Multilingual America: Transnationalism, Ethnicity, and the Languages of American Literature (review)

pp. 218-219

Reading the Earth: New Directions in the Study of Literature and the Environment (review)

pp. 219-220

National Manhood: Capitalist Citizenship and the Imagined Fraternity of White Men (review)

pp. 221-222

Writing Women's Communities: The Politics and Poetics of Contemporary Multi-Genre Anthologies (review)

pp. 222-223

Madcaps, Screwballs, and Con Women: The Female Trickster in American Culture (review)

pp. 223-224

Matters of Fact: Reading Nonfiction over the Edge (review)

pp. 224-225

Failing the Future: A Dean Looks at Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century (review)

pp. 225-226