1. I Now Pronounce You Man and White: Racial Passing and Gender in Charles Chesnutt's Fiction
  2. Martha J. Cutter
  3. pp. 189-210
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  1. W. D. Howells, William James, and the Pragmatist Pluralism of "The Angel of the Lord"
  2. Paul R. Petrie
  3. pp. 211-233
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  1. Pan's Burden: Intertextual Aesthetics and Illiberal Cosmopolitanism in Sui Sin Far's "Eurasian" Stories
  2. Spencer Tricker
  3. pp. 234-263
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  1. "Novelist Howells Visits His Old Home": A Newly Recovered Interview with W. D. Howells
  2. Vincent M. Basso
  3. pp. 264-268
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  1. A Clutch of Newly Recovered Mark Twain Letters
  2. Leslie Diane Myrick
  3. pp. 269-275
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  1. Another Supplement to Mark Twain Speaking
  2. Gary Scharnhorst
  3. pp. 276-277
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  1. Progressivism's Aesthetic Education: The Bildungsroman and the American School, 1890–1920 by Jesse Raber (review)
  2. Frederick Wegener
  3. pp. 278-280
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  1. Battle Lines: Poetry and Mass Media in the U.S. Civil War by Eliza Richards (review)
  2. Philip J. Kowalski
  3. pp. 280-281
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  1. Wharton, Hemingway, and the Advent of Modernism ed. by Lisa Tyler (review)
  2. M. M. Dawley
  3. pp. 281-282
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