restricted access   Volume 75, Number 2, July 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The Idea of the West

Articles

Editor’s Introduction: Whither the West?

pp. 75-78
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Sarah Winnemucca’s Life Among the Piutes: Their Wrongs and Claims as Captivity Narrative

pp. 79-92
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Feminists of the Middle Border: Willa Cather, Hamlin Garland, and the Female Land Ethic

pp. 93-108
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Go West, Young Woman: Transforming Southern Womanhood through the Myth of the American West in Doris Betts’s Heading West and The Sharp Teeth of Love

pp. 109-128
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Juan Felipe Herrera: “Vision Tropical” in San Francisco’s Mission District

pp. 129-141
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“Westward Went I in Search of Romance”: The Transnational Reception of Thomas Mayne Reid’s Western Novels

pp. 142-157
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The Headwaters of John Graves’s Goodbye to a River: A Historical Tribute to Fifty Years of an American Environmental Classic

pp. 158-174
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Articulating Wild Spaces: John Muir’s Lexical Wonderland

pp. 175-182
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Three Poems

pp. 183-185
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Contributors

pp. 186-187
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