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The journal of the Modem Language Association's American Literature Division 1, Early American Literature publishes the finest work of scholars examining American literature from its inception through the early national period, about 1830. Founded in 1965, EAL invites work treating Native American traditional expressions, colonial Ibero-American literature from North America, colonial American Francophone writings, Dutch colonial, and German American colonial literature as well as writings in English from British America and the US. http://earlyamlit.nd.edu
published byThe University of North Carolina Press
viewing issueVolume 39, Number 1, 2004
David S. Shields
Book Review Editor
Philip F. Gura
Douglas Anderson University of Georgia
Cristine Levenduski Emory University
Nancy Ruttenberg New York University
Shirley Samuels Cornell University
Reiner Smolinski Georgia State University
Editorial Associate Daphne O'Brien
Early American Literature, published three time a year, is the journal of the Modern Languange Association's American Literature Division I. Its province is American literature through the early national period (about 1830).
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