restricted access   Volume 49, Number 2, June 1997

Table of Contents

From: American Quarterly

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In Memoriam: Hennig Cohen

pp. 221-224

"Where is the Real America?": Politics and Popular Consciousness in the Antebellum Era

pp. 225-267

"Too Many Books": Book Ownership and Cultural Identity in the 1920s

pp. 268-297

The Architecture of Manners: Henry James, Edith Wharton, and The Mount

pp. 298-327

Angelina Grimke's Rhetoric of Exposure

pp. 328-355

Exhibition Review

"A spectator of life-A reverential, enthusiastic, emotional spectator"

pp. 356-384

Film Review

The history of a myth

pp. 385-398

Book Reviews

Feminism without tears

pp. 399-409

Alternative visions of home

pp. 410-414

Rethinking the center from the margins

pp. 415-422

The theater of the self

pp. 423-428

Acting Like Mark Twain: Performance in Nineteenth-Century American Culture

pp. 429-437

An occasion for giving

pp. 438-444

The everyday in Black American history

pp. 445-448