restricted access   Volume 26, Number 2, Summer 2014

Table of Contents

Deserted Islands and Overwhelmed Readers

pp. 207-233

Melville in the Asylum: Literature, Sociology, Reading

pp. 234-261

Quinto Sol, Chicano/a Literature, and the Long March Through Institutions

pp. 262-294

Freedom’s Limits: Jonathan Franzen, the Realist Novel, and the Problem of Growth

pp. 295-316

12 Years a Slave: An ALH Forum

12 Years between Life and Death

pp. 317-325

12 Years a Slave as a Neo-Slave Narrative

pp. 326-331

12 Years a Slave: Jasper’s Look

pp. 332-338

Directed by Himself: Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave

pp. 339-346

Sex, Marriage, and 12 Years a (Single) Slave

pp. 347-353

“I Got No Comfort in This Life”: The Increasing Importance of Patsey in 12 Years a Slave

pp. 354-361

Black Life in the Balance: 12 Years a Slave

pp. 362-366

(Re)Mediated History: 12 Years a Slave

pp. 367-373

How Long?—Not Long

pp. 374-384

Literature and Adoption: Themes, Theses, Questions

pp. 385-395

The Private Life of Radicalism

pp. 396-405

Reading the Nineteenth Century

pp. 406-417

The Cather Correspondence

pp. 418-429


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Forthcoming: Volume 26, Number 3

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