In this Issue
American Literature has been regarded since its inception as the preeminent periodical in its field. Each issue contains articles covering the works of several American authors--from colonial to contemporary--as well as an extensive book review section; a "Brief Mention" section that offers citations of new editions and reprints, collections, anthologies, and other professional books; and an "Announcements" section that keeps readers up-to-date on prizes, competitions, conferences, grants, and publishing opportunities.
published byDuke University Press
viewing issueVolume 75, Number 2, June 2003
Table of Contents
- Jack London's Women (review)
- pp. 436-437
- The Contemporary American Short-Story Cycle: The Ethnic Resonance of Genre, and: Stages of Life: Transcultural Performance and Identity in U.S. Latina Theater, and: Legacy of Rage: Jewish Masculinity, Violence, and Culture, and: Other Words: American Indian Literature, Law, Culture (review)
- pp. 450-454
- The Best and Worst Country in the World: Perspectives on the Early Virginia Landscape, and: Nature's State: Imagining Alaska as the Last Frontier, and: Landscape with Figures: Nature and Culture in New England, and: American Geographics: U.S. National Narratives and the Representation of the Non-European World, 1830-1865 (review)
- pp. 467-470
- Brief Mention
- pp. 473-486
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