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This issue contains 23 articles in total

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  1. Editor's Note
  2. Legacy Index: Volumes 11-20, 1994-2003
  3. Legacy Bookshelf
  4. The Syntax of Class: Writing Inequality in Nineteenth-Century America (review)
  5. Fleshing Out America: Race, Gender, and the Politics of the Body in American Literature, 1833-1879 (review)
  6. She Left Nothing in Particular: The Autobiographical Legacy of Nineteenth-Century Women's Diaries (review)
  7. The Life and Writings of Betsey Chamberlain: Native American Mill Worker (review)
  8. A Historical Guide to Edith Wharton (review)
  9. Middlebrow Moderns: Popular American Women Writers of the 1920s (review)
  10. Onoto Watanna: The Story of Winnifred Eaton, and: The Literary Voices of Winnifred Eaton: Redefining Ethnicity and Authenticity (review)
  11. Imagining Rhetoric: Composing Women of the Early United States (review)
  12. Poets in the Public Sphere: The Emancipatory Project of American Women's Poetry, 1800-1900 (review)
  13. Lillie Devereux Blake: Retracing a Life Erased (review)
  14. Writing Out of Place: Regionalism, Women, and American Literary Culture (review)
  15. Away Down in Jamaica
  16. Sex, Love, Revenge, and Murder in "Away Down in Jamaica": A Lost Short Story by Sui Sin Far (Edith Eaton)
  17. Excerpt From Laura Curtis Bullard's Writings: From "The Field is the World," Chapter 20 of Christine: or, Woman's Trials and Triumphs (1856)
  18. Laura Jane Curtis Bullard (1831-1912)
  19. Gendered Vision(s) in the Short Fiction of Harriet Prescott Spofford
  20. Harriet Monroe's Pioneer Modernism: Nature, National Identity, and Poetry, A Magazine of Verse
  21. "Queer myself for good and all": The House of Mirth and the Fictions of Lily's Whiteness
  22. "A true woman's courage and hopefulness": Martha W. Tyler's A Book without a Title: or, Thrilling Events in the Life of Mira Dana (1855-56)
  23. Panic Fiction: Women's Responses to Antebellum Economic Crisis
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