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  1. "Grievances at the treatment she received": Harriet E. Wilson's Spiritualist Career in Boston, 1868-1900
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  1. Pragmatism and the Evolutionary Child
  2. Jane F. Thrailkill
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  1. GuÄhan (Guam), Literary Emergence, and the American Pacific in Homebase and from unincorporated territory
  2. Hsuan L. Hsu
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  1. "It is only a statement of the power of what comes after": Atomic Nostalgia and the Ends of Postmodernism
  2. Daniel Grausam
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  1. The Transatlantic Indian Problem
  2. Mark Rifkin
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  1. Black Modernism's Unfinished Business
  2. Phillip Brian Harper
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  1. What Difference Can Pragmatism Make for Literary Study?
  2. Nicholas Gaskill
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  1. "Near-White" or "Just like Blacks": Comparative Cartographies and Asian American Critique
  2. Cathy J. Schlund-Vials
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  1. A Rough Decade
  2. Patrick O'Donnell
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