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Articles from Studies in American Fiction (September 22, 2005)

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"A silent partner long enough": Phelps rewrites Gaskell's North and South. Bergman, Jill Critical Essay 7183
"Saturnalia of blood": masculine self-control and American Indians in the frontier novel. Wilson, Michael T. 6569
"We are not a nation, so much as a world": Melville's global consciousness. Waugh, Charles 11218
Jackson, Cassandra. Barriers Between Us: Interracial Sex in Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Crawford, Margo Natalie Book Review 689
Okker, Patricia. Social Stories: The Magazine Novel in Nineteenth-Century America. Ostrowski, Carl Book Review 863
The Holocaust and postwar Jewish identity in Daniel Stern's Who Shall Live, Who Shall Die. Codde, Philippe Critical Essay 7673
The politics of perception in Herman Melville's Benito Cereno and Charles Johnson's Middle Passage. Valkeakari, Tuire 8959
Wall, Cheryl A. Worrying the Line: Black Women Writers, Lineage, and Literary Tradition. Tracy, Steven Book Review 947
Witness and participant: Frederick Douglass's child. Levander, Caroline 4136
Writing revolt in the wake of Nat Turner: Frederick Douglass and the construction of black domesticity in "The Heroic Slave". Weinauer, Ellen 4254

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