1. Kate Chopin, Frédéric Chopin, and the Music of the Future
  2. John W. Crowley
  3. pp. 95-116
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  1. Modernist by Association: Willa Cather’s New York / New Mexico Circle
  2. Janis P. Stout
  3. pp. 117-135
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  1. Reading for Humor or Realism: W. D. Howells and Mark Twain’s Early Reception in the U.S. Public Sphere
  2. James L. Machor
  3. pp. 136-150
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  1. “Have You Not Heard of Baptiste?”: Educating the Reader in Constance Fenimore Woolson’s “Jeannette”
  2. Grace McEntee
  3. pp. 151-168
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  1. W. D. Howells: Two New Documents
  2. Joseph Bitney
  3. pp. 169-175
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  1. Dear Mark Twain: Letters from his Readers ed. by R. Kent Rasmussen (review)
  2. James E. Caron
  3. pp. 178-179
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  1. Fighting Words: Polemics and Social Change in Literary Naturalism by Ira Wells (review)
  2. Christophe Den Tandt
  3. pp. 179-181
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  1. The Editing of American Literature, 1890–1930: Essays and Reviews by Donald Pizer (review)
  2. Tom Quirk
  3. pp. 181-182
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  1. Scribblin’ for a Livin’: Mark Twain’s Pivotal Period in Buffalo by Thomas J. Reigstad (review)
  2. Janice McIntire-Strasburg
  3. pp. 184-185
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  1. Journalism and the Novel: Truth and Fiction, 1700–2000 by Doug Underwood (review)
  2. Karen Roggenkamp
  3. pp. 185-187
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  1. Fallen Forests: Emotion, Embodiment, and Ethics in American Women’s Environmental Writing, 1781–1924 by Karen L. Kilcup (review)
  2. Cheryll Glotfelty
  3. pp. 187-188
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