1. Jazz Fractures: F. Scott Fitzgerald and Epochal Representation
  2. Mitchell Breitwieser
  3. pp. 359-381
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  1. Butter-and-Egg Men: Response to Breitwieser
  2. Thomas J. Ferraro
  3. pp. 382-385
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  1. Looking Awry at 1898: Roosevelt, Montejo, Paredes, and Mariscal
  2. José David Saldívar
  3. pp. 386-406
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  1. "Disastrous Looking": Response to Saldívar
  2. Jacques Lezra
  3. pp. 407-416
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  1. Home Truths: Gertrude Stein, 27 Rue de Fleurus, and the Place of the Avant-Garde
  2. Sara Blair
  3. pp. 417-437
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  1. There's No Place Like Home: Response to Blair
  2. Bruce Burgett
  3. pp. 438-442
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  1. Where in the World Is William Wells Brown? Thomas Jefferson, Sally Hemings, and the DNA of African-American Literary History
  2. Ann duCille
  3. pp. 443-462
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  1. Feeling, Evidence, and the Work of Literary History: Response to duCille
  2. Sara Blair
  3. pp. 463-466
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  1. The Place of Ritual in Our Time
  2. Susan Mizruchi
  3. pp. 467-492
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  1. Religion, Interdisciplinarity, and Cultural Studies: Response to Mizruchi
  2. Pamela R. Matthews
  3. pp. 493-498
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  1. "My Way" in "Our America": Art, Ethnicity, Profession
  2. Thomas J. Ferraro
  3. pp. 499-522
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  1. Filling in the Blankness: Response to Ferraro
  2. Jonathan Freedman
  3. pp. 523-533
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  1. Ethnicity, Ethics, and Latino Aesthetics
  2. Rafael Pérez-Torres
  3. pp. 534-553
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  1. The Calculus of the Ethnic Novel: Response to Pérez-Torres
  2. José David Saldívar
  3. pp. 554-556
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  1. Framing the Fabric: A Luddite Reading of Penn's Treaty with the Indians
  2. Laura Rigal
  3. pp. 557-584
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  1. The Affect of the Market: Economic and Racial Exchange in The Searchers
  2. Jonathan Freedman
  3. pp. 585-599
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  1. Increasing the Profitability of "Racial Exchange": Response to Freedman
  2. Susan Zaeske
  3. pp. 600-604
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  1. "That'll Be the Day": Response to Freedman
  2. James L. Baughman
  3. pp. 605-609
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  1. Complicity Critiques
  2. Joel Pfister
  3. pp. 610-632
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  1. Whose Affirmative Culture?: Response to Pfister
  2. Laura Rigal
  3. pp. 633-636
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  1. The End(s) of African-American Studies
  2. Kenneth W. Warren
  3. pp. 637-655
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 1-2
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