1. Editorial Note
  2. Gordon Hutner
  3. pp. 425-426
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  1. “On Imperialism, see. . .”: Ghosts of the Present in Cultures of United States Imperialism
  2. Russ Castronovo
  3. pp. 427-438
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  1. New Fields, Conventional Habits, and the Legacy of Atlantic Double-Cross
  2. Amanda Claybaugh
  3. pp. 439-448
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  1. Reinventing American Literary History
  2. Caroline Levander
  3. pp. 449-456
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  1. Canons and Contexts in Context
  2. Michael Bérubé
  3. pp. 457-464
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  1. American Literature and the Public Sphere
  2. Sandra M. Gustafson
  3. pp. 465-478
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  1. Re-Reading The Silence of Bartleby
  2. Douglas Anderson
  3. pp. 479-486
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  1. The Real-Life Myth of the American Family
  2. Leonard Cassuto
  3. pp. 487-496
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  1. Elegant Inconsistencies: Race, Nation, and Writing in Wilson Jeremiah Moses’s Afrotopia
  2. Robert S. Levine
  3. pp. 497-507
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  1. When Poets Ruled the School
  2. Stephen Burt
  3. pp. 508-520
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  1. Poets in the Iron-Mills
  2. Elizabeth Renker
  3. pp. 521-529
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  1. Nature’s Naturalism
  2. Mary Esteve
  3. pp. 530-538
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  1. Race, Canon, and Kenneth Warren’s So Black and Blue
  2. Eric Haralson
  3. pp. 539-547
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  1. Form and History in Asian American Literary Studies
  2. Colleen Lye
  3. pp. 548-555
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  1. Playing in the Dark and the Ghosts in the Machine
  2. Leslie Bow
  3. pp. 556-565
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  1. Against Separatism: Jace Weaver and the Call for Community
  2. Tol Foster
  3. pp. 566-578
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  1. A Usable American Literature
  2. Joel Pfister
  3. pp. 579-588
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  1. Feeling National, Feeling Global: Class, Sentiment, and American Literary History
  2. Lori Merish
  3. pp. 589-600
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  1. A Challenge to Post-National American Studies: George Yúdice’s The Expediency of Culture
  2. Caren Irr
  3. pp. 601-608
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  1. Making Democracy Surreal: Political Race and the Miner’s Canary
  2. José David Saldívar
  3. pp. 609-621
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  1. The Fictive and the Imaginary: Charting Literary Anthropology, or, What’s Literature Have to Do with It?
  2. Brook Thomas
  3. pp. 622-631
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  1. Profession’s Progress; or, The Ways We Are
  2. Evan Carton
  3. pp. 632-639
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  1. When the Symptom Becomes a Resource
  2. Jennifer L. Fleissner
  3. pp. 640-655
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  1. American Literature Coming Apart
  2. David R. Shumway
  3. pp. 656-663
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