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Volume 47, Number 3, 2012

Table of Contents

Legal and Illegal Moneymaking: Colonial American Counterfeiters and the Novelization of Eighteenth-Century Crime Literature

pp. 531-560

Who Are Lost and How They're Found: Redemption and Theodicy in Wheatley, Newton, and Cowper

pp. 561-589

Liberty and Death: Fictions of Suicide in the New Republic

pp. 591-622

Imperial Pedagogy: Susanna Rowson's Columbus for Young Ladies

pp. 623-648

Reinventing Patriarchy: Washington Irving and the Autoerotics of the American Imaginary

pp. 649-678


A Chain of Misattribution: Phillis Wheatley, Mary Whateley, and "An Elegy on Leaving"

pp. 679-684

Review Essays

Reading "the Indies": Transnational Ventures in Early American Literature

pp. 685-698

Rethinking Early American Thought

pp. 699-704

Book Reviews

The Science of the Soul in Colonial New England (review)

pp. 705-708

A History of the Book in America. Vol. 2. An Extensive Republic:Print, Culture, and Society in the New Nation, 1790-1840 (review)

pp. 709-712

Conference Review

Legends of Empire: Negotiating the Imperial Moral Compass (review)

pp. 713-717

Editor's Note

pp. 719-720

Notes on Contributors

pp. 721-722

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