36.4, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

Essays

Archibald MacLeish and Professional Leadership

pp. 1-24
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Fatherhood in Confessional Poetry: One Facet of Men’s Autobiographical Writing

pp. 25-45
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Roger Prim, Gentleman: Gender, Pragmatism, and the Strange Career of John Crowe Ransom

pp. 46-74
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Beyond “Authenticity”: Migration and the Epistemology of “Voice” in Mary Prince’s History of Mary Prince and Maryse Condé’s I, Tituba

pp. 75-99
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The Penelopiad and Weight: Contemporary Parodic and Burlesque Transformations of Classical Myths

pp. 100-118
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Godwin’s Caleb Williams: “A Half-Told and Mangled Tale”

pp. 119-146
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Work and Class in the Box Store University: Autobiographies of Working-Class Academics

pp. 147-178
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Mad Girls’ Love Songs: Two Women Poets—a Professor and Graduate Student—Discuss Sylvia Plath, Angst, and the Poetics of Female Adolescence

pp. 179-207
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Review Essays

Twenty-First Century Melville

pp. 209-218
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Teaching Careers and Teaching Expertise

pp. 219-227
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Book Reviews

Blake’s Poetry and Designs: A Norton Critical Edition (review)

pp. 229-231
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Doing Emotion: Rhetoric, Writing, Teaching (review)

pp. 232-234
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Feminist Auteurs: Reading Women’s Films (review)

pp. 234-237
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Appendix

Books Received

pp. 239-241
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