1. Parlor Pianos, Homespun, and Ahab’s Leyden Jar: The Arts and American Life
  2. Stuart Levine
  3. pp. 361-382
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  1. Two Heroes of the 1920s: Charles Lindbergh and Dr. Frederick Banting
  2. Mary Vipond
  3. pp. 383-399
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  1. “Knives in Their Heads”: Passionate Self-Analysis and the Search for Identity in American Abolitionism
  2. Richard O. Curry, Lawrence B. Goodheart
  3. pp. 401-414
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  1. Close and Strange Relations: The Signs and Shape of American Literature
  2. Ernest H. Redekop
  3. pp. 415-435
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  1. Reforming Women
  2. P. G. Skidmore
  3. pp. 437-446
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  1. Thoreau and Others
  2. William G. Heath
  3. pp. 447-455
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  1. Jacobeana
  2. Robert K. Martin
  3. pp. 457-465
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  1. Science and Pseudoscience: Henry Adams
  2. Roderick W. Harvey
  3. pp. 467-473
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  1. America Eats and Drinks, and Drinks, and Drinks.…
  2. Peter Buitenhuis
  3. pp. 475-479
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  1. Marginality and After: The Making of Modern American Literature
  2. Robert Adolph
  3. pp. 481-487
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  1. Brecht and America
  2. Gordon Tracy
  3. pp. 489-496
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  1. Supreme Contradictions: The American Poet Versus the Wilderness of American Experience
  2. Julia M. Reibetanz
  3. pp. 497-507
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 509-510
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