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THE CONTRIBUTORS bruce BURGETT is an assistant professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is currently completing a book-length study, "Sentimental Bodies: United States Political Culture in the Early American Period." Elizabeth hewitt is an assistant professor at Grinnell College. She is currently working on a study of correspondence and letter-writing in nineteenth-century American literary culture. Geoffrey sanborn has published on Melville, Wordsworth, and Native American autobiography. He has recently completed work on a book entitled TL· Sign oftL· Cannibal: Melville and tL· Spectacle ofSavagery. Jason Gary horn teaches in the Department of English at the University ofNorthern Colorado. He recently published on Twain's Personal Recollections ofJoan of Arc in Studies in American Fiction. His book on Mark Twain's fictive explorations of mind, Mark Twain and William James: Crafting a Free Self, is forthcoming from The University of Missouri Press. james Morrison is assistant professor of English and Film Studies at North Carolina State University. His essay on Lang in this issue is from a book manuscript called "Resident Aliens: Hollywood and Europe ." His work has also appeared in Semiotics and MLN, among other journals. kirby farrell is professor of English at the University of Massachusetts . His most recent books are Snuff (a novel) and Play, Death, and Heroism in Shakespeare. He is at work on a book about trauma in narratives and films ofthe 1890s and 1990s. ...


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