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  1. Teaching Utopia During Dystopian Times
  2. Kenneth M. Roemer
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  1. Realism and Recording: Remixing Literary and Media History
  2. Craig Carey
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  1. Teaching Realism of Jim Crow America
  2. Sherita L. Johnson
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  1. Troubling Ideals: Rebecca Harding Davis and the Consequences of Industrialization in Life in the Iron Mills
  2. Adam Stone Vernon
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  1. Celia Thaxter’s Ecological Realism and the Dawn of America’s Summer Art Colony
  2. Ellen M. Taylor
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  1. The Taming of Sylvia: Human/Nonhuman Community in “A White Heron”
  2. Holly Spofford
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  1. Bret Harte’s “The Poetry of the Centennial”: A Recovered Essay
  2. Gary Scharnhorst
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  1. Mark Twain’s Lost “Burlesque Hamlet
  2. Gary Scharnhorst
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  1. Cather Studies 12: Willa Cather and the Arts ed. by Guy Reynolds (review)
  2. Kim Vanderlaan
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  1. Mark X: Who Killed Huck Finn’s Father? by Yasuhiro Takeuchi (review)
  2. Jarrod Roark
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  1. Reconciling Nature: Literary Representations of the Natural, 1876–1945 by Robert M. Myers (review)
  2. David Tagnani
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