restricted access   Volume 44, Number 3, 2009

Table of Contents

Modern Language Association Honored Scholar of Early American Literature, 2008: Philip F. Gura

pp. 453-455
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Edward Taylor's Public Devotions

pp. 457-487
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"What Has Become of Your Praying to God?": Daniel Gookin's Troubled History of King Philip's War

pp. 489-515
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The Sufferings of a "Captive Maid": Jane Fenn Hoskens and the Quaker Reformation

pp. 517-539
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Freedom's Call: The Persuasive Power of Mercy Otis Warren's Dramatic Sketches, 1772–1775

pp. 541-568
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Personating Stephen Burroughs: The Apparitions of a Public Specter

pp. 569-603
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Epic, Anti-Eloquence, and Abolitionism: Thomas Branagan's Avenia and The Penitential Tyrant

pp. 605-637
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Roundtable

Feminists Intervene in Early American Studies, Part 2: New Directions

pp. 639-640
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The Importance of Women to Early American Study: A Social Justice Perspective

pp. 641-648
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Transnational Paradigms as Feminist Lenses

pp. 649-651
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Economic Criticism as Feminist Intervention

pp. 653-656
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Review Essay

The Tiger's Leap and the Dog's Paw: Method, Matter, and Meaning in the History of the Book

pp. 657-675
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Book Reviews

Dangerous to Know: Women, Crime, and Notoriety in the Early Republic (review)

pp. 677-681
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Prodigal Daughters: Susanna Rowson's Early American Women (review)

pp. 681-685
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The Early American Table: Food and Society in the New World (review)

pp. 685-691
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Conference Review

Society of Early Americanists Sixth Biennial Conference (review)

pp. 693-699
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Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 701-702
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