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THE CONTRIBUTORS Karl KROEBER has written extensively on Romantic literature and art, theory and history of fiction, and Native American literature. Eva CHERNiAVSKY is a graduate student at University of CaliforniaBerkeley , and is writing a dissertation on configurations of gender in American culture, 1640-1860. albert cook has just published History/Writing (Cambridge, 1988), and Dimensions of the Sign in Art (University Press of New England, 1989). The present essay will be a chapter in Soundings, forthcoming from Wayne State University Press in 1990. He is also working on books about poetry and about Plato. Susan DERwiN is completing a study of Luk√°cs, Freud, and the realist novel. wayne B. Stengel is at work on an essay on John Barth's Lost in the Funhouse, an essay for a collection of articles on Donald Barthelme's short stories to be published by G. K. Hall, and cutrently has a research grant for work on Post-modernism in the films of Jonathan Demme, David Lynch, and Alan Rudolph. 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 5 '/4-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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