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Volume 21, Number 3, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

An 1848 for the Americas: The Black Atlantic, "El negro mártir," and Cuban Exile Anticolonialism in New York City

pp. 431-463

Hawthorne and the Problem of New England

pp. 464-491

"Speak, man!": Billy Budd in the Crucible of Reconstruction

pp. 492-517

The Literary Soundtrack: Or, F. Scott Fitzgerald's Heard and Unheard Melodies

pp. 518-549

"Bled In, Letter by Letter": Translation, Postmemory, and the Subject of Korean War: History in Susan Choi's The Foreign Student

pp. 550-583

Asian Américo: Paredes in Asia and the Borderlands: A Response to José E. Limón

pp. 584-594

Imagining the Imaginary: A Reply to Ramon Saldívar

pp. 595-603

Marriage, Family, and Other "Peculiar Institutions" in African-American Literary History

pp. 604-617

The Vexed Story of Economic Criticism

pp. 618-632

The Political Geography of Holiness

pp. 633-646

World Trauma Center

pp. 647-659

From Corset to Podcast: The Question of Poetry Now

pp. 660-673

Professing Poetry Anew

pp. 674-684

Forthcoming: Volume 21, Number 4

p. 685

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