restricted access   Volume 76, Number 1, March 2004

Table of Contents

From: American Literature

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Periodizing Authorship, Characterizing Genre: Catharine Maria Sedgwick's Benevolent Literacy Narratives

pp. 1-29

Margaret Fuller's American Translation

pp. 31-58

Melville and the Architecture of Antebellum Masculinity

pp. 59-87

Protest and Affirmation: Composite Texts in the Crisis

pp. 89-116

Gertrude Stein's Brain Work

pp. 117-148

Misreading The House of Mirth

pp. 149-175

Book Reviews

The Freedom to Remember: Narrative, Slavery, and Gender in Contemporary Black Women's Fiction, and: Impossible Witnesses: Truth, Abolitionism, and Slave Testimony (review)

pp. 177-179

Faulkner on the Color Line: The Later Novels, and: Natural Aristocracy: History, Ideology, and the Production of William Faulkner, and: The Fugitive Legacy: A Critical History (review)

pp. 179-182

Recovering the New: Transatlantic Roots of Modernism, and: Imaginary Communities: Utopia, the Nation, and the Spatial Histories of Modernity, and: The Avant-Garde and American Postmodernity: Small Incisive Shocks (review)

pp. 182-185

Place, Language, and Identity in Afro-Costa Rican Literature, and: The Fugitive Race: Minority Writers Resisting Whiteness (review)

pp. 185-187

Extinct Lands, Temporal Geographies: Chicana Literature and the Urgency of Space, and: Gang Nation: Delinquent Citizens in Puerto Rican, Chicano, and Chicana Narratives (review)

pp. 187-189

National Abjection: The Asian American Body Onstage, and: Race and Resistance: Literature and Politics in Asian America (review)

pp. 189-191

Mercy, Mercy Me: African-American Culture and the American Sixties, and: Nationalism, Marxism, and African American Literature between the Wars: A New Pandora's Box, and: South of Tradition: Essays on African American Literature (review)

pp. 191-194

Moving Lives: Twentieth-Century Women's Travel Writing, and: Mothering the Race: Women's Narratives of Reproduction, 1890-1930 (review)

pp. 194-196

Contemporary American Crime Fiction, and: Traces, Codes, and Clues: Reading Race in Crime Fiction, and: The Street Was Mine: White Masculinity in Hardboiled Fiction and Film Noir (review)

pp. 196-199

Shifting Ground: Reinventing Landscape in Modern American Poetry, and: Abandoned New England: Landscape in the Works of Homer, Frost, Hopper, Wyeth, and Bishop (review)

pp. 199-201

Brief Mention

Brief Mention

pp. 203-215



pp. 217-219