1. Orestes Brownson in Young America: Popular Books and the Fate of Catholic Criticism
  2. James Emmett Ryan
  3. pp. 443-470
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  1. Hello, Dude: Philology, Performance, and Technology in Twain's Connecticut Yankee
  2. Seth Lerer
  3. pp. 471-503
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  1. Sob Sisterhood Revisited
  2. Jean Marie Lutes
  3. pp. 504-532
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  1. "September 1, 1939" Revisited, or, Poetry, Politics, and the Idea of the Public
  2. Stephen Burt
  3. pp. 533-559
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  1. The Experimental Disposition: Nietzsche's Discovery of America (Or, Why the Present Administration Sees Everything in Terms of a Test)
  2. Avital Ronell
  3. pp. 560-574
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  1. On Creating an Unusable Past
  2. Robert Milder
  3. pp. 575-591
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  1. Marriage and Divorce in America
  2. Anthony Channell Hilfer
  3. pp. 592-602
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  1. The State and Subject of Asian American Criticism: Psychoanalysis, Transnational Discourse, and Democratic Ideals
  2. David Leiwei Li
  3. pp. 603-624
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  1. Histories of the Other
  2. Susan Hegeman
  3. pp. 625-638
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  1. "What Is Africa to Me?": Reading the African Cultural Base of (African) American Literary History
  2. Gay Alden Wilentz
  3. pp. 639-653
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. p. 654
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