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Volume 46, Number 1, Fall 2013

Table of Contents


W. D. Howells’ A Hazard of New Fortunes: A Mostly Formalist Reading

pp. 1-11

Goophering Jim Crow: Charles Chesnutt’s 1890s America

pp. 12-26

A Woman of One’s Own Blood: John Walden and the Making of White Masculinity in Charles W. Chesnutt’s The House Behind the Cedars

pp. 27-46

Charles W. Chesnutt’s Prodigal Son: Scriptural Allusion and Ethnic Treason in “Uncle Wellington’s Wives”

pp. 47-57

Platonic Parody: Mark Twain and the Quest for the Idea(l) in “My Platonic Sweetheart”

pp. 58-75

The View from the Raft: Huck Finn’s Authentically Nietzschean Perspective

pp. 76-85


American Socialist Triptych: The Literary-Political Work of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Upton Sinclair, and W. E. B. Du Bois by Mark W. Van Wienen (review)

pp. 86-87

Style, Gender, and Fantasy in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Writing by Dorri Beam (review)

pp. 88-89

The Cambridge Introduction to American Literary Realism by Phillip J. Barrish (review)

pp. 89-91

The Catherian Cathedral: Gothic Cathedral Iconography in Willa Cather’s Fiction by Christine E. Kephart (review)

pp. 91-92

Liberalism and the Culture of Security: The Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric of Reform by Katherine Henry (review)

pp. 93-94

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