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This issue contains 23 articles in total

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  1. Editor’s Note
  2. Between the Novel and the News: The Emergence of American Women’s Writing by Sari Edelstein (review)
  3. Thinking Outside the Book by Augusta Rohrbach (review)
  4. Emily Dickinson in Context ed. by Eliza Richards, and: A Kiss from Thermopylae: Emily Dickinson and Law by James R. Guthrie (review)
  5. Toward a Female Genealogy of Transcendentalism ed. by Jana L. Argersinger and Phyllis Cole (review)
  6. The Struggle for Equal Adulthood: Gender, Race, Age, and the Fight for Citizenship in Antebellum America by Corinne T. Field (review)
  7. Gender Protest and Same-Sex Desire in Antebellum American Literature by David Greven (review)
  8. Apocalyptic Sentimentalism: Love and Fear in U.S. Antebellum Literature by Kevin Pelletier, and: The Altar at Home: Sentimental Literature and Nineteenth-Century American Religion by Claudia Stokes (review)
  9. “Zelika—A Story”
  10. “Eugenie’s Mistake: A Story”
  11. Victoria Earle Matthews’s Short Stories
  12. A New Digital Divide: Recovery Editing in the Age of Digitization
  13. “A Reading Problem”: Margaret Lynn, Jean Stafford, and Literary Criticism of the American West
  14. Victoria Earle Matthews: Making Literature during the Woman’s Era
  15. Lucy Larcom and the Time of the Temporal Collapse
  16. Anatomy Lessons: Emily Dickinson’s Brain Poems
  17. “Fascinate, Intoxicate, Transport”: Uncovering Women’s Erotic Dominance in Leonora Sansay’s Secret History
  18. Accessing Early Black Print
  19. Misinformation and Fluidity in Print Culture; or, Searching for Sojourner Truth and Others
  20. Harriet Jacobs and the Lessons of Rogue Reading
  21. Beyond Recovery: A Process Approach to Research on Women in Early African American Print Cultures
  22. Discovering the Woman in the Text: Early African American Print, Gender Studies, and the Twenty-First-Century Classroom
  23. Where Are the Women in Black Print Culture Studies?: Obscene Questions and Righteous Hysteria
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