American Literature 82:3

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American Literature 82:3
Journal Issue Volume 82, Number 3 Published: 2010 An issue of American Literature


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1. "Like a Motherless Child": Racial Education at the New York African Free School and in My Bondage and My Freedom–Anna Mae Duane

2. Embodied Eloquence, the Sumner Assault, and the Transatlantic Cable–Christopher Hanlon

3. Hearing Lost, Hearing Found: George Washington Cable and the Phono-Ethnographic Ear–Brian Hochman

4. "Tendrils of Association": World War I Narrative and the U.S. Political Imaginary–Jonathan Vincent

5. The New York School of Urban Ecology: The New Yorker, Rachel Carson, and Jane Jacobs–Jamin Creed Rowan

6. The End of the American Funding Model: What Comes Next?–Christopher Newfield

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