In this Issue
ESQ is devoted to the study of nineteenth-century American literature and culture. We invite submission of original articles grounded in a wide range of theoretical and critical perspectives, and we encourage inquiries proposing submissions and projects. A special feature is the publication of essays reviewing groups of related books on figures and topics in the field, thereby providing a forum for viewing recent scholarship in broad perspectives.
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viewing issueVolume 58, Number 4, 2012 (Nos. 229 O.S.)
Jennifer Baker (2012), Renée Bergland (2012),
Phyllis Cole (2012), Cynthia Davis (2012),
Marcy J. Dinius (2012), Melissa Homestead (2012),
Robert S. Levine (2012), Christopher Looby (2012),
Larry J. Reynolds (2012), David M. Robinson (2012),
Nina Baym (2014), Anna Brickhouse (2014),
John Ernest (2014), Paul Giles (2014),
Jay Grossman (2014), Maurice Lee (2014),
Samuel Otter (2014), Eliza Richards (2014),
Bethany Schneider (2014), Laura Dassow Walls (2014)
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