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Henry Roth:  a critical study
Henry Roth: a critical study
Hidden nation:  Nez Perce identity and American Indian sovereignty
Hidden nation: Nez Perce identity and American Indian sovereignty
The illusions of time in the poetry of Emily Dickinson
The illusions of time in the poetry of Emily Dickinson
Imagining Auschwitz:  Postmodern representations of the Holocaust
Imagining Auschwitz: Postmodern representations of the Holocaust
Irony as a structural device in selected plays of Eugene O'Neill
Irony as a structural device in selected plays of Eugene O'Neill
"Kingdoms of manly style": Performing Chinese American masculinity, 1865-1941
The life and work of Olivia Ward Bush (Banks), 1869-1944
The life and work of Olivia Ward Bush (Banks), 1869-1944
Lyle Saxon:  a portrait in letters, 1917-1945
Lyle Saxon: a portrait in letters, 1917-1945
The making of
The making of "Sister Carrie."
A manly art? Masculinity and aesthetics in American literary naturalism
A manly art? Masculinity and aesthetics in American literary naturalism
Marrying in and out of whiteness:  Twentieth-century intermarriage narratives
Marrying in and out of whiteness: Twentieth-century intermarriage narratives
The measure of manhood: The fiction of Ernest J. Gaines
The measure of manhood: The fiction of Ernest J. Gaines
Mother-daughter construction in four novels by contemporary Hispanic women writers:  A psychoanalytic feminist interpretation
Mother-daughter construction in four novels by contemporary Hispanic women writers: A psychoanalytic feminist interpretation
Myth taken:  Postmodern mythology reflects the media
Myth taken: Postmodern mythology reflects the media
Narrative voices in the contemporary epic novel (Lessing: Britain, Mailer: United States)
Narrative voices in the contemporary epic novel (Lessing: Britain, Mailer: United States)
Negotiating the self: Recreation, identity, and Hemingway
Negotiating the self: Recreation, identity, and Hemingway
The new heroines:  the emergence of sexuality in the treatment of the American fictional heroine, 1890-1900
The new heroines: the emergence of sexuality in the treatment of the American fictional heroine, 1890-1900
New Orleans in Faulkner's novels (Louisiana, Mississippi)
New Orleans in Faulkner's novels (Louisiana, Mississippi)
Ocean's poem:  a study of marine symbolism in 'Leaves of Grass'
Ocean's poem: a study of marine symbolism in 'Leaves of Grass'
One voice and many:  Early twentieth-century dialogue poetry
One voice and many: Early twentieth-century dialogue poetry
Oral traditions as the intersection of postmodern and southern: Faulkner, Hurston, and Welty
Oral traditions as the intersection of postmodern and southern: Faulkner, Hurston, and Welty
Plantation affections:  Hierarchy, race, and homosexuality in mid-twentieth century southern literature
Plantation affections: Hierarchy, race, and homosexuality in mid-twentieth century southern literature
Political and sentimental discourse in 1790s America: Judith Sargent Murray's
Political and sentimental discourse in 1790s America: Judith Sargent Murray's "The Gleaner," Hannah Webster Foster's ""The Coquette"", and Susanna Haswell Rowson's ""Reuben and Rachel; or, Tales of Old Times""
The politics of in-difference: Zora Neale Hurston and William Faulkner
The politics of in-difference: Zora Neale Hurston and William Faulkner

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