Volume 18, Number 1, 2001

Table of Contents

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Legacy Bookshelf

pp. 121-133
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Articles

Margaret Fuller's First Depiction of Indians and the Limits on Social Protest: An Exercise in Women's Studies Pedagogy

pp. 1-20
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Puritan Daughters and "Wild" Indians: Elizabeth Oakes Smith's Narratives of Domestic Captivity

pp. 21-34
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Race, Romanticism, and the Politics of Feminist Literary Study: Harriet Prescott Spofford's "The Amber Gods"

pp. 35-51
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"Pious Cant" and Blasphemy: Fanny Fern's Radicalized Sentiment

pp. 52-64
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Death to Lady Bountiful: Women and Reform in Edith Wharton's The Fruit of the Tree

pp. 65-78
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The Limits of Identity in Jessie Fauset's Plum Bun

pp. 79-93
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From the Archives

An Epistolary Friendship: The Letters of Elizabeth Stuart Phelps to George Eliot

pp. 94-100
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Legacy Profile

Elizabeth Fries Lummis Ellet (1818-1877)

pp. 101-106
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Book Reviews

Cartographies of Desire: Captivity, Race, and Sex in the Shaping of an American Nation (review)

pp. 108-109
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Nineteenth-Century American Women Poets: An Anthology, and: A Sweet, Separate Intimacy: Women Writers of the American Frontier, 1800-1920 (review)

pp. 109-111
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Approaches to Teaching Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin (review)

pp. 111-112
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Disarming the Nation: Women's Writing and the American Civil War (review)

pp. 112-114
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Susan Glaspell: A Critical Biography (review)

pp. 114-115
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Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Optimist Reformer (review)

pp. 115-116
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Birthing a Nation: Gender, Creativity, and the West in American Literature (review)

pp. 116-118
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Hitting a Straight Lick with a Crooked Stick: Race and Gender in the Work of Zora Neale Hurston (review)

pp. 118-119
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