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  Volume 48, Number 1, 2013

Table of Contents

Contents

The Influence of Anne Bradstreet's Innovative Errors

pp. 1-27
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Irony and Modernity in the Early Slave Narrative: Bonds of Duty, Contracts of Meaning

pp. 29-60
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Reading Less Littorally: Kentucky and the Translocal Imagination in the Atlantic World

pp. 61-91
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Precipitous Sensations: Herman Mann's The Female Review (1797), Botanical Sexuality, and the Challenge of Queer Historiography

pp. 93-123
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Ethan Allen and Daniel Shays: Contrasting Models of Political Representation in the Early Republic

pp. 125-151
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"A Thought Struck Me": John Fitch and the Federal Republic

pp. 153-176
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Introduction

pp. 177-178
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"One Question Is Who Is Responsible? Another Is Can You Read?" Reading and Responding to Seventeenth-Century Texts Using Toni Morrison's Historical Reconstructions in A Mercy

pp. 178-183
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Florens in Salem

pp. 183-188
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History, Fiction, Imagination, and A Mercy

pp. 188-193
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Thinking with Toni Morrison's A Mercy (A Response to "Remembering the Past: Toni Morrison's Seventeenth Century in Today's Classroom")

pp. 193-199
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Review Essays

Contact, Mediation, and Myth in Early Latin American Literatures

pp. 201-212
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Masculinity, Power, and Political Activity in Early America

pp. 213-230
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"A Tale of Our Own Times": Early American Women's Novels, Reprints, and the Seduction of the Familiar

pp. 231-242
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Book Reviews

In My Power:Letter Writing and Communications in Early America by Konstantin Dierks (review)

pp. 243-248
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Witches, Wife Beaters, and Whores: Common Law and Common Folk in Early America by Elaine Forman Crane (review)

pp. 248-252
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Transatlantic Feminisms in the Age of Revolutions (review)

pp. 252-258
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The American Antiquarian Society, 1812-2012: A Bicentennial History by Philip F. Gura (review)

pp. 258-265
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Conference Review

Triumph in My Song: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century African Atlantic Culture, History, and Performance Conference (review)

pp. 267-275
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Editors Note

Editor's Note

pp. 277-279
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Notes and Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 281-283
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Research Areas

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