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THE CONTRIBUTORS Edward LARKiN is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Richmond and is currently at work on a study of the place ofThomas Paine's career and writing in the history of American literature and politics. Bryan c. short is Professor of English at Northern Arizona University and author of Cast by Means of Figures: Herman Melville's Rhetorical Development and numerous articles on Melville and other American writers. Elizabeth elkin grammer is Assistant Professor of English at the University of the South and Co-Director of the Sewanee Young Writers' Conference. She is completing a book on the autobiographies of female evangelists in the American nineteenth century. Keith gandal is Associate Professor of English at Mount Saint Mary's College. He is the author of The Virtues of the Vicious: Jacob Riis, Stephen Crane, and the Spectacle ofthe Slum (Oxford University Press, 1997). His next book, Rebel Genius, will deal with Crane, Zora Neale Hurston, Henry Miller, and Michel Foucault. christopher scHEDLER, a doctoral candidate in English at UC Santa Barbara, is currently completing his dissertation on border modernism. Other articles from this project will appear in forthcoming issues of The Hemingway Review and Texas Studies in Literature and Language. Neil Schmitz is a Professor ofEnglish at SUNY/Buffalo. White Robe's Dilemma: Tribal History in American Literature, a literary study of Mesquakie and Lakota texts, is forthcoming from the University of Massachusetts Press. ...


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