1. Propaganda, Prenational Critique, and Early American Literature
  2. Russ Castronovo
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  1. Family Money: Race and Economic Rights in Antebellum US Law and Fiction
  2. Jeffory A. Clymer
  3. pp. 211-238
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  1. Notes on a Native Son: Henry James’s New York
  2. Wendy Graham
  3. pp. 239-267
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  1. Robert Penn Warren: The Real Southerner and the “Hypothetical Negro”
  2. Michael Kreyling
  3. pp. 268-294
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  1. Counterfeiters and Con Artists: Money, Literature, and Subjectivity
  2. Michael Germana
  3. pp. 296-305
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  1. American Humor in History
  2. John Limon
  3. pp. 306-315
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  1. Shakespearean Scraps
  2. Cary M. Mazer
  3. pp. 316-323
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  1. Transatlantic Currents
  2. Kate Flint
  3. pp. 324-334
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  1. Looking Back and Forth across the Big Pond
  2. Brent O. Peterson
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  1. The Trials of Law and Literature
  2. Jennifer Travis
  3. pp. 345-354
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  1. The Red Is East: Claude McKay and the New Black Radicalism of the Twentieth Century
  2. James Smethurst
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  1. Inconvenient Truths: The Communist Conundrum in Life and Art
  2. Alan Wald
  3. pp. 368-403
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  1. Protest Lit 101
  2. Scott Saul
  3. pp. 404-417
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  1. The Gulf Wars and the US Peace Movement
  2. James Dawes
  3. pp. 418-428
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