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THE CONTRIBUTORS John t. irwin is Decker Professor in the Humanities and Chairman of The Writing Seminars at The Johns Hopkins University. He is currently at work on studies of Hart Crane and F. Scott Fitzgerald, and is completing a book on Poe, Borges, and the analytic detective story. alan weltzien, an associate professor of English at Ferrum College, is working on a study of Henry James' New York Prefaces. dale m. Bauer is an assistant professor of English and an affiliate in the Women's Studies Program at Miami University. The author of Feminist Dialogics, she is writing on Wharton's fiction and reproductive technology. forrest Robinson has published books on Sir Philip Sidney, Wallace Stegner, and Mark Twain; he has just completed a new book on western American literature—from which this essay is drawn—and is currently at work on a biography of Henry A. Murray, the eminent American psychologist. bob perlongo's previous publications include articles in TriQuarterly, The Village Voice, The Kenyon Review, and other periodicals. SUBMISSIONS The Board of Editors invites the submission of articles offering theoretical , historical, and cultural approaches to the canonical and noncanonical texts of American literature. Contributors should consult this issue for style. Please submit two paper copies, or a 5V4-inch IBM-compatible floppy disk and one hard copy. If sending disk, please designate the word processing program used. A self-addressed, stamped envelope should accompany all manuscripts submitted. ...


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