College of Arts and Sciences

Department of English

ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance

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Articles

Aarnes, William. "'Free Margins': Identity and Silence in Whitman's Specimen Days." 28.4 (1982): 243-60.

Abel, Darrel. "I Look, You Look, He Looks: Three Critics of Melville's Poetry." 21.2 (1975): 116-23.

Abel, Darrel. "Two Philosophical Poets: Frost, Emerson, and Pragmatism." 25.3 (1979): 119-36.

Adams, Michael Vannoy. "Ahab's Jonah-and-the-Whale Complex: The Fish Archetype in Moby-Dick." 28.3 (1982): 167-82.

Adams, Michael Vannoy. "Pathography, Hawthorne, and the History of Psychological Ideas." 29.3 (1983): 113-26.

Adams, Stephen. "Thoreau Catching Cold: A Yankee in Canada." 25.4 (1979): 224-34.

Adams, Timothy Dow. "To Prepare a Preface to Meet the Faces that You Meet: Autobiographical Rhetoric in Hawthorne's Prefaces." 23.2 (1977): 89-98.

Adamson, Joseph. "The Trials of Thoreau." 36.2 (1990):-7-72.

Addison, Elizabeth. "Obedience and Algebra: From Listening to Language in Emerson's Response to Mary Rotch." 42.3 (1996): 153-94.

Alberti, John. "Cultural Relativism and Melville's Typee: Man in the State of Culture." 36.4 (1990): 329-47.

Albrecht, James M. "'Living Property': Emerson's Ethics." 41.3 (1995): 177-217.

Albrecht, Robert C. "Conflict and Resolution: 'Slavery in Massachusetts.'" 19.3 (1973): 179-88.

Alexander, Floyce. "Emerson and the Cherokee Removal." 29.3 (1983): 127-37.

Alkana, Joseph. "Disorderly History in 'My Kinsman, Major Molineux.'" 53.1 (2007): 1-30.

Alsen, Eberhard. "'Light-winged Smoke': Thoreau's Apology for His Poetry." 26.4 (1980): 197-201.

Anderson, Eric Gary. "Indian Agency: Life of Black Hawk and the Countercolonial Provocations of Early Native American Writing." 52.1-2 (2006): 75-104.

Anhorn, Judy Schaaf. "'Gifted Simplicity of Vision': Pastoral Expectations in The Blithedale Romance." 28.3 (1982):-5-53.

Anhorn, Judy Schaaf. "Thoreau in the Bean-Field: The Curious Language of Walden." 24.4 (1978): 179-96.

Arac, Jonathan. "Global and Babel: Two Perspectives on Language in American Literature." 50.1-3 (2004): 95-120.

Arch, Stephen Carl. "Romancing the Puritans: American Historical Fiction in the 1820s." 39.2/3 (1993): 107-32.

Aronoff, Eric. "Cultures, Canons, and Cetology: Modernist Anthropology and the Form of Culture in Lewis Mumford's Herman Melville." 58.2 (2012): 185-217.

Ashwill, Gary. "The Mysteries of Capitalism in George Lippard's City Novels." 40.4 (1994): 293-317.

Ashworth, Suzanne. "Spiritualized Bodies and Posthuman Possibilities: Technologies of Intimacy in Julia Ward Howe's The Hermaphrodite." 57.4 (2011): 314-354.

Askin, Denise T. "Whitman's Theory of Evil: A Clue to His Use of Paradox." 28.2 (1982): 121-32.

Aspiz, Harold. "The 'Lurch of the Torpedo-Fish': Electrical Concepts in Billy Budd." 26.3 (1980): 127-36.

Avallone, C. Sherman. "Melville's 'Piazza.'" 22.4 (1976): 221-33.

Avallone, Charlene. "Catharine Sedgwick and White Nation-Making: Historical Fiction and The Linwoods." 55.2 (2009): 97-134.

Azima, Rachel. "Promotion, Borrowing, and Caroline Kirkland's Literary Labors." 57.4 (2011): 390-426.

Bailey, Brigitte. "Irving's Italian Landscapes: Skepticism and the Picturesque Aesthetic." 32.1 (1986): 1-22.

Baines, Barbara J. "Ritualized Cannibalism in Benito Cereno: Melville's 'Black-Letter' Texts." 30.3 (1984): 163-69.

Baker, Anne. "'A Commanding View': Vision and the Problem of Nationality in Fuller's Summer on the Lakes." 44.1/2 (1998): 61-77.

Baker, Jennifer J. "Natural Science and the Romanticisms." 53.4 (2008): 385-408.

Baker, Noelle A. "'Let me do nothing smale': Mary Moody Emerson and Women's 'Talking Manuscripts.'" 57.1/2 (2011): 21-50.

Bales, Kent. "Hawthorne's Prefaces and Romantic Perspectivism." 23.2 (1977): 69-88.

Bales, Kent. "Sexual Exploitation and the Fall from Natural Virtue in Rappaccini's Garden." 24.3 (1978):-3-44.

Ball, David M. "Toward an Archaeology of American Modernism: Reconsidering Prestige and Popularity in the American Renaissance." 49.13 (2003): 160-178.

Banner, Rachel. "Thinking Through Things: Labors of Freedom in James McCune Smith's 'The Washerwoman.'" 59.2 (2013). 291-328.

Barbour, James. "'The Town-Ho's Story': Melville's Original Whale." 21.2 (1975): 111-15.

Barnett, Louise. "Speech and Society in The Scarlet Letter." 29.1 (1983): 16-24.

Bassil, Veronica. "Eros and Psyche in 'The Artist of the Beautiful.'" 30.1 (1984): 1-21.

Bauer, Ralph. "Against the European Grain: The Emerson-Nietzsche Connection in Europe, 1920-1990." 43.1-4 (1997): 69-93.

Baym, Nina. "Subversion and the American Renaissance." 33.3 (1987): 180-87.

Baym, Nina. "The Romantic Malgre' Lui: Hawthorne in the Custom House." 19.1 (1973): 14-25.

Bean, Judith Mattson. "'A Presence among Us': Fuller's Place in Nineteenth-Century Oral Culture." 44.1-2 (1998): 79-123.

Bechtold, Rebecca. "'She Sings a Stamp or Originality: Sentimental Mimicry in Jenny Lind's American Tour." 58.4 (2013). 493-528.

Beidler, Philip D. "Billy Budd: Melville's Valedictory to Emerson." 24.4 (1978): 215-28.

Belasco, Susan. "Surfing the American Renaissance: Internet Resources for Literary Scholars." 45.1 (1999): 67-95.

Bellis, Peter J. "Representing Dissent: Hawthorne and the Drama of Revolt." 41.2 (1995): 97-119.

Ben-Zvi, Yael. "Clinging to One Spot: Hawthorne's Native-Born Settlers." 52.1-2 (2006)17-44.

Benton, Richard P. "The Problems of Literary Gothicism." 18.1 (1972): 5-9.

Benvenuto, Richard. "Words within Words: Dickinson's Use of the Dictionary." 29.1 (1983): 46-55.

Bergland, Renée. "Afterword | The Native American Nineteenth Century: Rewriting the American Renaissance." 52.1-2 (2006): 141-54.

Berthold, Dennis. "From Freud to Marx: Recent Directions in Hawthorne Criticism." 22.2 (1976): 107-19.

Berthold, Dennis. "Hawthorne, Ruskin, and the Gothic Revival: Transcendent Gothic in The Marble Faun." 20.1 (1974): 15-32.

Berthold, Dennis. "Literary Pictorialism." 24.3 (1978): 163-76.

Berthold, Michael C. "The Prison World of Melville's Pierre and 'Bartleby.'" 33.4 (1987): 237-52.

Bhabha, Homi K. "The Black Savant and the Dark Princess." 50.1-3 (2004):-7-56.

Bickman, Martin. "'The Turn of His Sentences': The Open Form of Emerson's Essays: First Series." 34.1-2 (1988): 59-76.

Bidney, Martin. "Character Creation as Intensive 'Reading': Ahab and the Sea in Faust and Moby-Dick." 36.4 (1990): 295-314.

Bidney, Martin. "Structures of Perception in Blake and Whitman: Creative Contraries, Cosmic Body, Fourfold Vision." 28.1 (1982): 36-47.

Bilwakesh, Nikhil. "Emerson, John Brown, and Arjuna: Translating the Bhagavad Gita in a Time of War." 55.1 (2009) 27-58.

Blair, Ruth M. "Enchanted Isles: A Response to Robert C. Suggs on Typee." 51.1-3 (2004): 87-92.

Bode, Rita. "Narrative Revelations: Harriet Prescott Spofford's 'Amber Gods' Revisited." 50.4 (2004): 233-268.

Bond, Brian C. "Emerson's 'Spiritual Laws': The Subtle Logic of Form." 18.4 (1972): 222-26.

Bonner, Willard H. "The Harvest of Thought in Thoreau's 'Autumnal Tints.'" 22.2 (1976): 78-84.

Boone, Joseph Allen. "Delving and Diving for Truth: Breaking through to Bottom in Thoreau's Walden." 27.3 (1981):-5-46.

Borgstrom, Michael. "Hating Miles Coverdale." 56.4 (2010): 365-392.

Bosco, Ronald A. "'Blessed Are They Who Have No Talent': Emerson's Unwritten Life of Amos Bronson Alcott." 36.1 (1990): 1-38.

Bottorff, William K. "'Whatever Inly Rejoices Me': The Paradox of 'Self-Reliance.'" 18.4 (1972): 207-17.

Boudreau, Gordon V. "'Remember thy Creator': Thoreau and St. Augustine." 19.3 (1973): 149-60.

Boudreau, Gordon V. "Of Pale Ushers and Gothic Piles: Melville's Architectural Symbology." 18.2 (1972): 67-82.

Boudreau, Gordon V. "Thoreau and Richard C. Trench: Conjectures on the Pickerel Passage of Walden." 20.2 (1974): 117-24.

Brand, Dana. "The Escape from Solipsism: William James' Reformulation of Emerson and Whitman." 31.1 (1985): 38-48.

Brickhouse, Anna C. "'I Do Abhor an Indian Story': Hawthorne and the Allegorization of Racial 'Commixture.'" 42.4 (1996): 233-53.

Brooke, Robert. "Artistic Communication and the Heroines' Art in Hawthorne's The Marble Faun." 29.2 (1983): 81-90.

Bryant, John. "Taipi, Tipii, Typee: Place, Memory, and Text A Response to Robert C. Suggs." 51.1-3 (2005):-7-168.

Budick, E. Miller. "'Visible' Images and the 'Still Voice': Transcendental Vision in Bryant's 'Thanatopsis.'" 22.2 (1976): 71-77.

Budick, E. Miller. "The Dangers of the Living Word: Aspects of Dickinson's Epistemology, Cosmology, and Symbolism." 29.4 (1983): 208-24.

Budick, E. Miller. "The Immortalizing Power of Imagination: A Reading of Whittier's Snow-Bound." 31.2 (1985): 89-99.

Buell, Lawrence. "Calvinism Romanticized: Harriet Beecher Stowe, Samuel Hopkins, and The Minister's Wooing." 24.3 (1978): 119-32.

Buell, Lawrence. "Identification of Contributors to the Monthly Anthology and Boston Review,1804-1811." 23.2 (1977): 99-105.

Buell, Lawrence. "Introdution | American Literary Globalism?" 50.1-3 (2004): 1-22.

Buell, Lawrence. "Prefaces to a Theory of American Narrative." 28.1 (1982): 63-72.

Buell, Lawrence. "The Emerson Industry in the'80's: A Survey of Trends and Achievements." 30.2 (1984): 117-36.

Buell, Lawrence. "The Literary Significance of the Unitarian Movement." 33.4 (1987): 212-23.

Bufkin, Kathryn. "'By Their Fruits, Ye Shall Know Them': The Theological Background of Emerson's 'Thoreau.'" 42.1 (1996): 51-67.

Burbick, Joan. "Poetic Enclosures: Recent Dickinson Scholarship." 26.4 (1980): 216-25.

Burkholder, Robert E. "History's Mad Pranks: Some Recent Emerson Studies." 38.3 (1992): 231-63.

Burkholder, Robert E. "The Radical Emerson: Politics in 'The American Scholar.'" 34.1-2 (1988): 37-58.

Bush, Sargent, Jr. "The End and Means in Walden: Thoreau's Use of the Catechism." 31.1 (1985): 1-10.

Bzowski, Frances. "'Half Child-Half Heroine': Emily Dickinson's Use of Traditional Female Archetypes." 29.3 (1983): 154-69.

Calder, Alex. "Mapping Typee: Space and the Genres of Truth." 51.1-3 (2004): 115-120.

Caldwell, Wayne Troy. "The Emblem Tradition and the Symbolic Mode: Clothing Imagery in The House of the Seven Gables." 19.1 (1973): 34-42.

Calhoun, Richard James. "Southwestern Humor, Tar Heel Humor, and the Vernacular Perspective in the American Comic Imagination." 22.3 (1976): 183-86.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. "Current Bibliography on Ralph Waldo Emerson." 18.4 (1972): 294-97.

Carafiol, Peter C. "James Marsh to John Dewey: The Fate of Transcendentalist Philosophy in American Education." 24.1 (1978): 1-11.

Carafiol, Peter C. "James Marsh: Transcendental Puritan." 21.3 (1975): 127-36.

Cardwell, Guy A. "Life on the Mississippi: Vulgar Facts and Learned Errors." 19.4 (1973): 283-93.

Cardwell, Guy A. "Mark Twain: A Self-Emasculated Hero." 23.3 (1977): 173-87.

Cardwell, Guy A. "Mark Twain: The Metaphoric Hero as Battleground." 23.1 (1977): 52-66.

Cardwell, Guy A. "The Bowdlerizing of Mark Twain." 21.3 (1975): 179-93.

Carson, Barbara Harrell. "An Orphic Hymn in Walden." 20.2 (1974): 125-30.

Carter, Steve. "Emily Dickinson and Mysticism." 24.2 (1978): 83-95.

Carton, Evan. "Millennial Letters; or, Monsieur Hawthorne, C'est Nous." 44.3 (1998):199-224.

Cascardi, A. J. "Emerson on Nature: Philosophy beyond Kant." 30.4 (1984): 201-10.

Castiglia, Christopher & Christopher Looby. "Introduction | Come Again? New Approaches to Sexuality in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Literature." 55.3-4 (2009): 195-210.

Castronovo, Russ. "American Literature Internationale." 50.1-3 (2004): 59-94.

Castronovo, Russ. "Death to the American Renaissance: History, Heidegger, Poe." 49.1-3 (2003): 179-192.

Cavitch, Max. "Stephen Crane's Refrain." 54.1-4 (2008): 33-54.

Chai, Leon. "Melville and Shelley: Speculations on Metaphysics, Morals, and Poetics in Pierre and 'Shelley's Vision.'" 29.1 (1983): 31-45.

Chambers, Jane. "Two Legends of Temperance: Spenser's and Hawthorne's." 20.4 (1974): 275-79.

Chaney, Michael A. "Keeping Pictures, Keeping House: Fanny Fern, Harriet Jacobs, and the Interracial Dynamics of Sentimental Domesticity." 59.2 (2013). 262-290.

Chibka, Robert L. "Hawthorne's Tale Told Twice: A Reading of 'Wakefield.'" 28.4 (1982): 220-32.

Chow, Juliana. "'Because I see--New Englandly--': Seeing Species in the Nineteenth-Century and Emily Dickinson's Regional Specificity." 60.3 (2014): (413-449).

Clack, Randall A. "The Alchemy of Love: Hawthorne's Hermetic Allegory of the Heart." 41.4 (1995): 307-38.

Cody, David C. "'The Dead Live Again': Hawthorne's Palingenic Art." 35.1 (1989): 23-42.

Coffey, Dennis G. "Hawthorne's 'Alice Doane's Appeal': The Artist Absolved." 21.4 (1975): 230-40.

Cohen, Hubert I. "Hoffmann's 'The Sandman': A Possible Source for 'Rappaccini's Daughter.'" 18.3 (1972): 148-53.

Cohen, Lara Langer. "Mediums of Exchange: Fanny Fern's Unoriginality." 55.1 (2009): 59-97.

Cohen, Michael. "Peddlers, Poems, and Local Culture: The Case of Jonathan Plummer, a 'Balladmonger' in Nineteenth-Century New England." 54.1-4 (2008): 9-32.

Colacurcio, Michael J. "'Pleasing God': The Lucid Strife of Emerson's 'Address.'" 37.2-3 (1991): 141-212.

Colacurcio, Michael J. "The Sense of an Author: The Familiar Life and Strange Imaginings of Nathaniel Hawthorne." 27.2 (1981): 108-33.

Cole, Phyllis. "The Literary Landscape of a Women's Rights Periodical: The Una, 1853-1855." 49.1-3 (2003): 81-94.

Cole, Phyllis. "The Nineteenth-Century Women's Rights Movement and the Canonization of Margaret Fuller." 44.1-2 (1998): 1-33.

Collison, Gary L. "Theodore Parker and the Unitarian Controversy in 1837." 30.4 (1984): 211-19.

Coltharp, Duane. "Landscapes of Commodity: Nature as Economy in Emerson's Poems." 38.4 (1992): 265-91.

Conant, James. "Emerson as Educator (from "Nietzsche's Perfectionism: A Reading of Schopenhauer as Educator")". 43.1-4 (1997): 181-206.

Constantinesco, Thomas and Cecile Roudeau. "Limning New Regions of Thought: Emerson's Abstract Regionalism." 60.2 (2014): 285-326.

Cook, Jonathan A. "New Heavens, Poor Old Earth: Satirical Apocalypse in Hawthorne's Mosses from an Old Manse." 39.4 (1993): 209-51.

Cook, Jonathan. "Melville's Man in Gold Sleeve Buttons: Chief Justice Lemuel Shaw." 34.4 (1988): 257-81.

Cook, Richard M. "The Grotesque and Melville's Mardi." 21.2 (1975): 103-10.

Costello, Jacqueline A. and Robert J. Kloss. "The Psychological Depths of Melville's 'The Bell-Tower.'" 19.4 (1973): 254-61.

Couser, G. Thomas. "'The Old Manse,' Walden, and the Hawthorne-Thoreau Relationship." 21.1 (1975): 11-20.

Crowley, John W. "Hawthorne's New England Epochs." 25.2 (1979): 59-70.

Crowley, John W. "Howells in the Eighties: A Review of Criticism, Part I." 32.4 (1986): 253-77.

Crowley, John W. "Howells in the Eighties: A Review of Criticism, Part II." 33.1 (1987): 45-65.

Crowley, John W. "Howells in the Seventies: A Review of Criticism, Part I." 25.3 (1979): 169-89.

Crowley, John W. "Howells' Questionable Shapes: From Psychologism to Psychic Romance." 21.3 (1975): 169-78.

Crowley, John W. "The Wiles of a 'Witless' Woman: Tina in The Aspern Papers." 22.3 (1976): 159-68.

Crowley, John W. and Charles L. Crow. "Psychic and Psychological Themes in Howells' 'A Sleep and a Forgetting.'" 23.1 (1977): 41-51.

Crowley. John W. "Howells in the Seventies: A Review of Criticism, Part II." 25.4 (1979): 235-53.

Cutter, Martha J. "Revising Torture: Moses Roper and the Visual Rhetoric of the Slave's Body in the Transatlantic Abolition Movement." 60.3 (2014): 371-411.

D'Amore, Maura. "'A Man's Sense of Domesticity': Donald Grant Mitchell's Suburban Vision." 56.2 (2010):-5-161.

D'Avanzo, Mario L. "Fortitude and Nature in Thoreau's Cape Cod." 20.2 (1974):-1-38.

D'Avanzo, Mario L. "Seeing and Hearing in 'Each and All.'" 19.4 (1973): 231-36.

Daigle, Jonathan. "The Social Gospel in Evolutionary Time: George Washington Cable's 'Perhaps Unwise Love.'" 59.1 (2013). 1-48.

Davis, Clark. "Asceticism and the Fictive in Pierre." 38.2 (1992): 143-59.

Davis, Clark. "Hawthorne's Shyness: Romance and the Forms of Truth." 45.1 (1999): 33-65.

Dawson, Hugh J. "Hester Prynne, William Hathorne and the Bay Colony Adultery Laws of 1641-42." 32.4 (1986): 225-31.

Dawson, Hugh J. "Recovering 'Rip Van Winkle': A Corrective Reading." 40.3 (1994): 251-73.

Dawson, William P. "'Rip Van Winkle' as Bawdy Satire: The Rascal and the Revolution." 27.4 (1981): 198-206.

Dean, Janet. "Reading Lessons: Sentimental Literacy and Assimilation in Stiya: A Carlisle Indian Girl at Home and Wynema: A Child of the Forest." 57.3 (2011): 200-240.

Decker, William Merrill. "'A Letter Always Seemed to Me like Immortality': The Correspondence of Emily Dickinson." 39.2-3 (1993): 77-104.

Dedmond, Francis B. "Channing's Unfinished Autobiographical Novel." 24.1 (1978): 42-55.

Deese, Helen R. "Unpublished and Uncollected Poems of Jones Very." 30.3 (1984): 154-62.

Dekker, George. "Once More: Hawthorne and the Genealogy of American Romance." 35.1 (1989): 69-83.

Diehl, Joanne Feit. "Dickinson and the American Self." 26.1 (1980): 1-9.

Dillman, Richard H. "The Psychological Rhetoric of Walden." 25.2 (1979): 79-91.

Dillman, Richard H. "Thoreau's Humane Economics: A Reflection of Jean-Baptiste Say's Economic Philosophy." 25.1 (1979): 20-25.

Dimock, Wai-Chee. "Afterword | The Hurricane and the Nation." 50.1-3 (2004): 223-229.

Dimock, Wai-chee. "Typee: Melville's Critique of Community." 30.1 (1984): 27-39.

Dimock, Wai-chee. "The Planetary Dead: Margaret Fuller, Ancient Egypt, Italian Revolution." 50.1-3 (2004): 23-58.

Dinius, Marcy J. "Slavery in Black and White: Daguerreotypy and Uncle Tom's Cabin." 52.3 (2006): 157-92.

Djelal, Juana Celia. "All in All: Melville's Poetics of Unity." 41.3 (1995): 219-37.

Dolan, Kathryn Cornell. "Thoreau's 'Grossest Groceries': Dietary Reform in Walden and Wild Fruits." 56.2 (2010): 163-191.

Dolan, Marc. "Four Faces of The Confidence-Man: An Academic Blind Man's Zoo." 39.2-3 (1993):-3-60.

Doreski, William. "'An Exchange of Territory': Dickinson's Fascicle 27." 32.1 (1986): 55-67.

Dorsey, Peter A. "De-authorizing Slavery: Realism in Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin and Brown's Clotel." 41.4 (1995): 257-88.

Doudna, Martin K. "Hawthorne's Pandora, Milton's Eve, and the Fortunate Fall." 31.3 (1985): 164-72.

Dow, William. "Fiction Is Not Real: The Performative and Norris's McTeague." 42.2 (1996): 77-92.

Duban, James. "Some Pilgrims Progress in Melville Studies." 37.1 (1991): 71-88.

Duban, James. "The Spenserian Maze of Melville's Pierre." 23.4 (1977): 217-25.

Duneer, Anita J. "Voyaging Captains' Wives: Feminine Aesthetics and the Uses of Domesticity in the Travel Narratives of Abby Jane Morrell and Mary Wallis." 56.2 (2010): 193-230.

Dunston, Susan. "The Italian Alembic: Emerson in the Cathedral, 1833." 52.3 (2006): 193-226.

Eberwein, Jane Donahue. "Emily Dickinson and the Calvinist Sacramental Tradition." 33.2 (1987): 67-82.

Eckel, Leslie E. "Symbols 'Mystical and Awful': Emerson's and Longfellow's Primitive Poetics." 52.1-2 (2006): 45-74.

Eddins, Dwight. "Emily Dickinson and Nietzsche: The Rites of Dionysus." 27.2 (1981): 96-107.

Edelstein, Sari. "'May I Never Be a Man': Melville's Redburn and the Failure to Come of Age in Young America." 59.4 (2013): 553-584.

Egan, Hugh. "'On Freedom': Emerson, Douglass, and the Self-reliant Slave." 60.2 (2014): 183-208.

Ehrlick, Heyward. "The 'Mysteries' of Philadelphia: Lippard's Quaker City and 'Urban' Gothic." 18.1 (1972): 50-65.

Ehrstine, John W. "Romantic Theory: A Calling of the Wits Together." 18.3 (1972): 186-96.

Elbert, Monika M. "Hester's Maternity: Stigma or Weapon?" 36.3 (1990): 175-208.

Elliott, Michael A. "Native American Literature in the Age of Pocahontas." 45.2 (1999): 161-85.

Ellison, Julie. "The Edge of Urbanity: Emerson's English Traits." 32.2 (1986): 96-109.

Ellison, Julie. "The Laws of Ice: Emerson's Irony and 'The Comic.'" 30.2 (1984): 73-82.

Emery, Allan Moore. "The Cocks of Melville's 'Cock-A-Doodle-Doo!'" 28.2 (1982): 89-111.

Erkkilä, Betsy. "Revolution in the Renaissance." 49.1-3 (2003): 17-32.

Evans, David H. "'That Great Leviathan . . . Which Is but an Artificial Man': Moby-Dick and the Lowell Factory System." 50.4 (2004): 315-350.

Evelev, John. "Picturesque Reform in the New England Village Novel, 1845-1867.'" 53.2 (2007): 149-83.

Everton, Michael. "Melville in the Antebellum Publishing Maelstrom." 52.3 (2006): 227-268.

Fahy, Christopher A. "Dark Mirrorings: The Influence of Fuller on Alcott's 'Pair of Eyes.'" 45.2 (1999):-1-59.

Fast, Robin Riley. "'The One Thing Needful': Dickinson's Dilemma of Home and Heaven." 27.3 (1981): 157-69.

Fenton, Elizabeth & Valerie Rohy. "Whitman, Lincoln, and the Union of Men." 55.3-4 (2009): 237-268.

Fink, Steven. "Variations on the Self: Thoreau's Personae in A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers." 28.1 (1982): 24-35.

Finley, James. "'The Land of Liberty': Henry Bibb's Free Soil Geographies." 59.2 (2013). 231-260.

Fisher, Benjamin Franklin, IV. "Devils and Devilishness in Comic Yarns of the Old Southwest." 36.1 (1990): 39-60.

Fisher, Rebecka Rutledge. "Remnants of Memory: Testimony and Being in Frances E. W. Harper's Sketches of Southern Life." 54.1-4 (2008): 55-74.

Flint, Allen. "The Saving Grace of Marriage in Hawthorne's Fiction." 19.2 (1973): 112-16.

Fogle, Richard Harter. "Coleridge, Hilda, and The Marble Faun." 19.2 (1973): 105-11.

Foster, Travis M. "Grotesque Sympathy: Lydia Maria Child, White Reform, and the Embodiment of Urban Space." 56.1 (2010): 1-32.

Frank, Lucy. "'Bought with a Price': Elizabeth Stuart Phelps and the Commodification of Heaven in Postbellum America." 55.2 (2009): 165-192.

Frankel, Matthew Cordova. "Tattoo Art: The Composition of Text, Voice, and Race in Melville's Moby-Dick." 53.2 (2007): 115-47.

Franklin, Benjamin, V. "Goodman Brown and the Puritan Catechism." 40.1 (1994): 67-88.

Franklin, Rosemary F. "The Cabin by the Lake: Pastoral Landscapes of Poe, Cooper, Hawthorne, and Thoreau." 22.2 (1976): 59-70.

Franklin, Wayne. "Cooper Redivivus." 39.1 (1993): 49-75.

Franzosa, John. "'The Custom-House,' The Scarlet Letter, and Hawthorne's Separation from Salem." 24.2 (1978): 57-71.

Franzosa, John. "Locke's Kinsman, William Molyneux: The Philosophical Context of Hawthorne's Early Tales." 29.1 (1983): 1-15.

Friedl, Herwig. "Fate, Power, and History in Emerson and Nietzsche." 43.1-4 (1997): 267-93.

Frost, Linda. "'The Red Face of Man,' the Penobscot Indian, and a Conflict of Interest in Thoreau's Maine Woods." 39.1 (1993): 21-47.

Frost, Linda. "Pressing the Press; or, The Latest Scholarly Uses of Nineteenth-Century Periodicals." 45.3/4 (1999): 325-52.

Fukuchi, Curtis. "Poe's Providential Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym." 27.3 (1981): 147-56.

Fuller, Randall. "Emerson in the Gilded Age." 45.2 (1999): 97-129.

Fulton, Joe Boyd. "Doing 'Pioneer Work': The Male Writer in Thoreau's Week and Walden." 41.4 (1995): 289-305.

Funuzzi, Robert. "How Mixed-Race Politics Entered the United States: Lydia Maria Child's Appeal." 56.1 (2010): 71-104.

Furrow, Sharon. "The Terrible Made Visible: Melville, Salvator Rosa, and Piranesi." 19.4 (1973): 237-53.

Gallagher, Edward J. "Hawthorne's 'Sir William Phips.'" 19.4 (1973): 213-18.

Gallagher, Kent G. "The Tragedies of George Henry Boker: The Measure of American Romantic Drama." 20.3 (1974): 187-215.

Gates, Michael. " Walden: Yantra Above Yantras." 22.1 (1976): 14-23.

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Person, Leland S., Jr. "Home as Foundand the Leatherstocking Tales." 27.3 (1981): 170-80.

Person, Leland S., Jr. "Cooper's The Pioneers and Leatherstocking's Historical Function." 25.1 (1979): 1-10.

Person, Leland S., Jr. "Melville's Cassock: Putting on Masculinity in Moby-Dick." 40.1 (1994): 1-26.

Pfaelzer, Jean. "Domesticity and the Discourse of Slavery: 'John Lamar' and 'Blind Tom' by Rebecca Harding Davis." 38.1 (1992): 31-56.

Philbrick, Nathaniel. "Hawthorne, Maria Mitchell, and Melville's 'After the Pleasure Party.'" 37.4 (1991): 291-308.

Pinsker, Sanford. "Emerson's Anti-Essay: The Dissolving Rhetoric of 'Intellect.'" 18.4 (1972): 284-87.

Pizer, Donald. "Recent Studies of Nineteenth-Century American Realism and Naturalism." 30.3 (1984): 193-99.

Pollin, Burton R. "Light on 'Shadow' and Other Pieces by Poe; Or, More of Thomas Moore." 18.3 (1972): 166-73.

Porte, Joel. "Henry Thoreau: Society and Solitude." 19.3 (1973):-1-40.

Porter, David. "'Threnody' and Emerson's Poetics of Failure." 22.1 (1976): 1-13.

Porter, David. "The Crucial Experience in Dickinson's Poetry." 20.4 (1974): 280-90.

Price, Kenneth M. "Whitman on Other Writers: Controlled 'Graciousness' in Specimen Days." 26.2 (1980): 79-87.

Pringle, Michael. "The Scarlet Lever: Hester's Civil Disobedience." 53.1 (2007): 31-56.

Quinby, Lee. "True Places: The Mapped and the Unmappable in Typee." 51.1-3 (2005): 121-128.

Quirk, Tom. "Hawthorne's Last Tales and 'The Custom-House.'" 30.4 (1984): 220-31.

Ra'ad, Basem L. "The Death Plot in Melville's Clarel." 27.1 (1981): 14-27.

Ramirez, Pablo A. "American Imperialism in the Age of Contract: Herbert Spenser and the Defeat of Contractual Capitalism in Ruiz de Burton's The Squatter and the Don." 57.4 (2011): 427-455.

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Rashid, Frank D. "Emily Dickinson's Voice of Endings." 31.1 (1985): 23-37.

Reagan, Daniel. "Charles Knight's London in Melville's Israel Potter." 38.3 (1992): 189-205.

Reardon, William R. "The American Drama and Theatre in the Nineteenth Century: A Retreat from Meaning." 20.3 (1974): 170-86.

Reece, James B. "Emerson's 'The Sphinx' and the Perception of Identity." 24.1 (1978): 12-19.

Reece, James B. "Mr. Hooper's Vow." 21.2 (1975): 93-102.

Reed, Jon B. "'A Letter,-the Letter A': A Portrait of the Artist as Hester Prynne." 36.2 (1990): 79-108.

Rees, John O. "Et in Arcadia Thoreau." 23.4 (1977): 240-43.

Rees, John O., Jr. "Shakespeare in The Blithedale Romance." 19.2 (1973): 84-93.

Rees, John O., Jr. "Spenserian Analogues in Moby-Dick." 18.3 (1972): 174-78.

Renzi, Kristen. "Hysteric Vocalizations of the Female Body in Edgar Allan Poe's 'Berenice.'" 58.4 (2013). 601-640.

Reynolds, Larry J. "The Challenge of Cultural Relativity: The Case of Hawthorne." 49.3 (2003): 129-48.

Richards, Eliza. "Correspondent Lines: Poetry, Journalism, and the U. S. Civil War." 54.1-4 (2008): 145-70.

Richardson, Robert D., Jr. "Emerson's Sicily: History and Origins." 34.1/2 (1988): 23-36.

Roach, Joseph. "World-Bank Drama." 50.1-3 (2004): 157-76.

Robbins, Deborah. "The Ascetic Winter and Excremental Spring of Walden." 24.2 (1978): 77-82.

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Roberson, Susan L. "The Private Voice behind the Public Text: Two Emerson Sermons." 32.3 (1986): 173-82.

Roberts, David A. "Structure and Meaning in Melville's 'The Encantadas.'" 22.4 (1976): 234-44.

Roberts, Jessica Forbes. "A Poetic E Pluribus Unum: Conventions, Imperatives, and the Poetic Call-to-Arms in Frank Moore's Rebellion Record." 54.1-4 (2008): 171-98.

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Robinson, David. "Culture and Religion in the American Renaissance." 26.1 (1980): 38-51.

Robinson, David. "The Exemplary Self and the Transcendent Self in the Poetry of Jones Very." 24.4 (1978): 206-14.

Robinson, David. "Unitarian Historiography and the American Renaissance." 23.2 (1977):-0-37.

Robinson, Douglas. "Metafiction and Heartfelt Memory: Narrative Balance in 'Alice Doane's Appeal.'" 28.4 (1982): 213-19.

Rohrbach, Augusta. "Introduction | 'A Blast That Whirls the Dust': Nineteenth-Century American Poetry and Critical Discontents." 54.1-4 (2008): 1-8.

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Rowe, John Carlos. "Deconstructing America: Recent Approaches to Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture." 31.1 (1985): 49-64.

Rowe, John Carlos. "Religious Transnationalism in the American Renaissance: Susan Warner's Wide, Wide World." 49.1-3 (2003): 45-58.

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Ruland, Richard. "Beyond Harsh Inquiry: The Hawthorne of Henry James." 25.2 (1979): 95-117.

Ruland, Richard. "The Search for Walden." 23.3 (1977): 188-200.

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Schamberger, J. Edward. "The Influence of Dugald Stewart and Richard Price on Emerson's Concept of the 'Reason': A Reassessment." 18.3 (1972): 179-83.

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Scheick, William J. "The House of Nature in Thoreau's A Week." 20.2 (1974): 111-16.

Scheick, William J. "The Slender Human Word: Language as Organizing Principle in Emerson's 'Prudence.'" 18.4 (1972): 249-57.

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Schneider, Richard J. "Reflections in Walden Pond: Thoreau's Optics." 21.2 (1975): 65-75.

Schneider, Richard J. "Thoreau and Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Painting." 31.2 (1985): 67-88.

Schoen, Carol. "The House of the Seven Deadly Sins." 19.1 (1973): 26-33.

Schoolman, Martha. "Violent Places: Three Years in Europe and the Question of William Wells Brown's Cosmopolitanism." 58.1 (2012): iv-35.

Schultz, Elizabeth. "The Sentimental Subtext of Moby-Dick: Melville's Response to the 'World of Woe.'" 42.1 (1996): 29-49.

Scoville, Samuel. "Hawthorne's Houses and Hidden Treasures." 19.2 (1973): 61-73.

Sealts, Merton M., Jr. "'The Flower of Fame': A Centennial Tribute to Herman Melville (1819-1891)." 38.2 (1992): 89-117.

Sealts, Merton M., Jr. "Melville and Emerson's Rainbow." 26.2 (1980): 53-78.

Sealts, Merton M., Jr. "Melville's Short Fiction." 25.1 (1979): 43-57.

Selinger, Eric Murphy. "'Too Pathetic, Too Pitiable': Emerson's Lessons in Love's Philosophy." 40.2 (1994):-9-82.

Selley, April. "Satisfied Shivering: Emily Dickinson's Deceased Speakers." 37.2-3 (1991): 215-33.

Sewell, David. "Mercantile Philosophy and the Dialectics of Confidence: Another Perspective on The Confidence-Man." 30.2 (1984): 99-110.

Shepherd, Gerard W. "Pierre's Psyche and Melville's Art." 30.2 (1984): 83-98.

Shepherd, Gerard W. "The Confidence Man as Drummond Light." 28.3 (1982): 183-96.

Shetley, Vernon. "Melville's 'Timoleon.'" 33.2 (1987): 83-93.

Shurr, William H. "Melville: New Studies of Sources & Methods." 21.1 (1975): 46-51.

Shurr, William H. "Typology and Historical Criticism of the American Renaissance." 20.1 (1974): 57-63.

Simmons, Nancy Craig. "Why an Enthusiast? Melville's Pierre and the Problem of the Imagination." 33.3 (1987): 146-67.

Simpson, Jeffrey E. "Thoreau: The Walking Muse." 37.1 (1991): 1-33.

Sinche, Bryan. "Time, at Sea: Temporality and Two Years Before the Mast." 59.3 (2013): 377-410.

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Smith, Allan Lloyd. "On the Other Side: The Uncanny." 30.4 (1984): 260-72.

Smith, Gayle L. "Style and Vision in Emerson's 'Experience.'" 27.2 (1981): 85-95.

Smith, Gayle L. "The Language of Identity in Emerson's 'The Sphinx.'" 29.3 (1983):-8-43.

Smith, Gayle L. "The Word and the Thing: Moby-Dick and the Limits of Language." 31.4 (1985): 260-71.

Smith, Gayle L. "Transcending the Myth of the Fall in Hawthorne's 'The May-Pole of Merry Mount.'" 29.2 (1983): 73-80.

Smith, Herbert F. "Thoreau among the Classical Economists." 23.2 (1977): 114-22.

Smith, Johanna M. "Feeling Right: Christianity and Women's Influence in Uncle Tom's Cabin." 32.2 (1986): 122-34.

Smith, Martha Nell. "Afterword | The Literary World Has Always Been Read/Write." 54.1-4 (2008): 269-281.

Smith, McClure R. "'He Asked If I Was His': The Seductions of Emily Dickinson." 40.1 (1994): 27-65.

Smith, Paul A. "Melville's Vision of Flux and Fixity in Pierre." 32.2 (1986): 110-21.

Smith, Vanessa. "Crossing the Beach at Taipivai: The Psychogeography of Islands." 51.1-3 (2005): 105-114.

Soldati, Joseph A. "The Americanization of Faust: A Study of Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland." 20.1 (1974): 1-14.

Sommer, Doris. "Multilingual Arts and Sciences." 50.1-3 (2004): 121-36.

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Soule, George H., Jr. "Byronism in Poe's 'Metzengerstein' and 'William Wilson.'" 24.3 (1978): 152-62.

Soule, George H., Jr. "Walt Whitman's 'Pictures': An Alternative to Tennyson's 'Palace of Art.'" 22.1 (1976): 39-47.

Sowd, David. "Peter Kaufmann's Correspondence with Emerson." 20.2 (1974): 91-100.

Specq, François. "(Un)Framing the Mind: Where on Earth is Walden?" 52.4 (2006): 319-338.

St. Armand, Barton Levi. "Poe's Emblematic Raven: A Pictorial Approach." 22.4 (1976): 191-210.

Stack, George J. "Nietzsche and Emerson: The Return of the Repressed." 43.1-4 (1997): 37-68.

Staud, John. "'What's in a Name?' The Pequod and Melville's Heretical Politics." 38.4 (1992): 339-59.

Steele, Jeffrey. "Crises of Relationship: Developing Relational Models for the Study of the American Renaissance." 49.1-3 (2003): 33-44.

Steele, Jeffrey. "Purifying America: Purity and Disability in Margaret Fuller's New York Reform Writing." 52.4 (2006): 301-18.

Stein, Allen F. "Lambert Strether's Circuitous Journey: Motifs of Internalized Quest and Circularity in The Ambassadors." 22.4 (1976): 245-53.

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Stein, Jordan Alexander. "The Blithedale Romance's Queer Style." 55.3-4 (2009): 211-236.

Stein, William Bysshe. "Bierce's 'The Death of Halpin Frayser': The Poetics of Gothic Consciousness." 18.2 (1972): 115-22.

Stein, William Bysshe. "Emerson's 'History': The Rhetoric of Cosmic Consciousness." 18.4 (1972): 199-206.

Steinbrink, Jeffrey. "Novels of Circumstance and Novels of Character: Emerson's Views of Fiction." 20.2 (1974): 101-10.

Steinbrink, Jeffrey. "The Past as 'Cheerful Apologue': Emerson on the Proper Uses of History." 27.4 (1981): 207-21.

Steinroetter, Vanessa. "'Reading the List': Casualty Lists and Civil War Poetry." 59.1 (2013). 49-79.

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Stoehr, Taylor. "Transcendentalist Attitudes Toward Communitism and Individualism." 20.2 (1974): 65-90.

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Suggs, Robert C. "Accuracy, Actuality, and Interpretation: The Question of Typee A Rejoinder to Critics." 51.1-3 (2005): 187-208.

Suggs, Robert C. "Melville's Flight to Taipi: Topographic, Archeological, and Historical Considerations." 51.1-3 (2005): 47-86.

Suzuki, Erin. "Frauds and Gods: The Politics of Religion in Melville's Omoo andMardi." 53.4 (2008): 359-384.

Tallmadge, John. "'Ktaadn': Thoreau in the Wilderness of Words." 31.3 (1985):-7-48.

Taylor, Linda J. "Shakespeare and Circumference: Dickinson's Hummingbird and The Tempest." 23.4 (1977): 252-61.

Tebeaux, Elizabeth. "Skepticism and Dialectic in Emerson's 'Experience.'" 32.1 (1986): 23-35.

Temple, Gale. "His Delirious Solace: Consummation, Consumption, and Reform in Hawthorne's 'Blithedale Romance.'" 49.4 (2003): 285-321.

Tenney, Thomas Asa. "Emerson and The Encyclopaedia Americana." 19.4 (1973): 219-23.

Tharaud, Jerome. "'So far heathen': Thoreau, the Missionary Memoir, and Walden's Cosmic Modernity." 59.4 (2013): 619-661.

Thompson, G. R. "'Proper Evidences of Madness': American Gothic and the Interpretation of 'Ligeia.'" 18.1 (1972): 30-49.

Thompson, G. R. "Editorial Statement: A Note on ESQ and Kenneth W. Cameron." 18.1 (1972): 1-4.

Thompson, G. R. "Introduction | Being There: Melville and the Romance of Real LIfe Adventure." 51.1-3 (2005): 1-46.

Thompson, G. R. "Romantic Arabesque, Contemporary Theory, and Postmodernism: The Example of Poe's Narrative." 35.3/4 (1989): 163-272.

Thompson, G.R. "Editorial Statement: Research and Scholarly Writing in the American Renaissance." 19.4 (1973): 200-202.

Thompson, Todd. "From Brahmin to Biglow (And Back Again): James Russell Lowell as Temporary Satirist." 58.2 (2012): 154-184.

Tillman, James S. "The Transcendental Georgic in Walden." 21.3 (1975):-7-41.

Toliver, Cliff. "The Re-creation of Contemplation: Walton's Angler in Thoreau'sWeek." 38.4 (1992): 293-313.

Tomc, Sandra. "'The Sanctity of the Priesthood': Hawthorne's 'Custom-House.'" 39.2/3 (1993): 161-84.

Tomlinson, Niles. "Creeping in the 'Mere': Catagenesis in Poe's 'Black Cat' and Gilman's 'Yellow Wallpaper.'" 56.3 (2010): 233-68.

Toulouse, Teresa. "Spatial Relations in 'The Old Manse.'" 28.3 (1982): 154-66.

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Tricomi, Albert H. "The Rhetoric of Aspiring Circularity in Emerson's 'Circles.'" 18.4 (1972): 271-83.

Tuerk, Richard. "Mythic Patterns of Reconciliation in Emerson's 'Threnody.'" 27.3 (1981): 181-88.

Turner, Arlin. "Hawthorne's Final Illness and Death: Additional Reports." 19.2 (1973): 124-27.

Van Anglen, Kevin P. "A Paradise Regained: Thoreau's Wild Apples and the Myth of the American Adam." 27.1 (1981): 28-37.

Van Anglen, Kevin P. "Emerson, Milton, and the Fall of Uriel." 30.3 (1984):-9-53.

Van Cromphout, Gustaaf. "Blithedale and the Androgyne Myth: Another Look at Zenobia." 18.3 (1972): 141-45.

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Van Leer, David M. "Aylmer's Library: Transcendental Alchemy in Hawthorne's 'The Birthmark.'" 22.4 (1976): 211-20.

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Van Leer, David. "Everyday Transcendentalism." 36.1 (1990): 61-76.

Van Tassel, Mary M. "Hawthorne, His Narrator, and His Readers in 'Little Annie's Ramble.'" 33.3 (1987): 168-79.

Vella, Michael W. "Sarah Orne Jewett: A Reading of The Country of the Pointed Firs." 19.4 (1973): 275-82.

Vitanza, Victor J. "Melville's Redburn and Emerson's 'General Education of the Eye.'" 21.1 (1975): 40-45.

Vogelius, Christa Holm. "'Folded Up in a Veil': Familial Ekphrasis and the Antebellum Travelogue." 59.1 (2013). 80-112.

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Walter, James. "The Letter and the Spirit in Hawthorne's Allegory of American Experience." 32.1 (1986): 36-54.

Wardrop, Daneen. "Quoting the Signifier 'Nevermore': Fort! Da!, Pallas, and Desire in Language." 44.4 (1998): 275-99.

Warren, James Perrin. "The 'Paths to the House': Cluster Arrangements in Leaves of Grass,1860-1881." 30.1 (1984): 51-70.

Wasserman, Renata R. Mautner. "The Reception of Cooper's Work and the Image of the America." 32.3 (1986): 183-200.

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Watson, David. "Melville, Interrupted." 57.4 (2011): 355-389.

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Wenke, John. "Melville's Masquerade and the Aesthetics of Self-Possession." 28.4 (1982): 233-42.

Werge, Thomas. "The Idea and Significance of 'Economy' Before Walden." 20.4 (1974): 270-74.

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Wilson, Eric. "From Metaphysical Poverty to Practical Power: Emerson's Embrace of the Physical World." 43.1-4 (1997): 295-321.

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Worley, Sam. "The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym and the Ideology of Slavery." 40.3 (1994): 219-50.

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Yoder, R. A. "The Frontier in the Mind." 21.1 (1975): 52-60.

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Zagarell, Sandra A. "Reenvisioning America: Melville's Benito Cereno." 30.4 (1984): 245-59.

Zimmer, Jeanne M. "A History of Thoreau's Hut and Hut Site." 18.3 (1972):-4-40.

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Review Essays

Abel, Darrel. "I Look, You Look, He Looks: Three Critics of Melville's Poetry." 21.2 (1975): 116-23.

Baker, Jennifer J. "Natural Science and the Romanticisms." 53.4 (2008): 385-408.

Belasco, Susan. "Surfing the American Renaissance: Internet Resources for Literary Scholars." 45.1 (1999): 67-95.

Berthold, Dennis. "From Freud to Marx: Recent Directions in Hawthorne Criticism." 22.2 (1976): 107-19.

Berthold, Dennis. "Literary Pictorialism." 24.3 (1978): 163-76.

Buell, Lawrence. "Prefaces to a Theory of American Narrative." 28.1 (1982): 63-72.

Burbick, Joan. "Poetic Enclosures: Recent Dickinson Scholarship." 26.4 (1980): 216-25.

Burkholder, Robert E. "History's Mad Pranks: Some Recent Emerson Studies." 38.3 (1992): 231-63.

Calhoun, Richard James. "Southwestern Humor, Tar Heel Humor, and the Vernacular Perspective in the American Comic Imagination." 22.3 (1976): 183-86.

Carton, Evan. "Millennial Letters; or, Monsieur Hawthorne, C'est Nous."44.3 (1998): 199-224.

Colacurcio, Michael J. "The Sense of an Author: The Familiar Life and Strange Imaginings of Nathaniel Hawthorne." 27.2 (1981): 108-33.

Crowley, John W. "Howells in the Eighties: A Review of Criticism, Part I." 32.4 (1986): 253-77.

Crowley, John W. "Howells in the Eighties: A Review of Criticism, Part II." 33.1 (1987): 45-65.

Crowley, John W. "Howells in the Seventies: A Review of Criticism, Part I." 25.3 (1979): 169-89.

Crowley. John W. "Howells in the Seventies: A Review of Criticism, Part II." 25.4 (1979): 235-53.

Dekker, George. "Once More: Hawthorne and the Genealogy of American Romance." 35.1 (1989): 69-83.

Duban, James. "Some Pilgrims Progress in Melville Studies." 37.1 (1991): 71-88.

Ehrstine, John W. "Romantic Theory: A Calling of the Wits Together." 18.3 (1972): 186-96.

Elliott, Michael A. "Native American Literature in the Age of Pocahontas."45.2 (1999): 161-85.

Franklin, Wayne. "Cooper Redivivus." 39.1 (1993): 49-75.

Frost, Linda. "Pressing the Press; or, The Latest Scholarly Uses of Nineteenth-Century Periodicals."45.3/4 (1999): 325-52.

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Year in Conferences Contributors

ALA

Beard, Jessica. 59.1 (2012): 163-182.

Couch, Daniel. 59.1 (2012): 163-182.

Daly-Galeano, H. Marlowe. 58.1 (2012): 103-150.

D'Amico, Luella Putnam. 58.1 (2012): 103-150.

Finley, James. 58.1 (2012): 103-150.

Hendel, Erin. 59.1 (2012): 163-182.

LaPianna, Amber. 57.1 (2011): 10-19.

Moen, Joelle. 57.1 (2011): 10-19.

Ross, Kelly. 58.1 (2012): 103-150.

Rosenthall, Karen. 59.1 (2012): 163-182.

Ross, Kelly. 58.1 (2012): 103-150.

Trout, James. 57.1 (2011): 10-19.

ASA

Boutelle, R. J. 58.1 (2012): 120-136. 59.1 (2012): 209-231.

Brian, Kathleen. 59.1 (2012): 209-231.

Casey, Brenna. 59.1 (2012): 209-231.

Curseen, Allison. 58.1 (2012): 120-136.

Davidauskis, April. 59.1 (2012): 209-231.

DuQues, Matthew. 57.1-2 (2011): 4-31.

Leavell, Lori. 57.1-2 (2011): 4-31.

Miller, Nicholas. 57.1-2 (2011): 4-31.

Sillen, Sarah. 58.1 (2012): 120-136.

White, Max. 58.1 (2012): 120-136.

C19

Boehm, Matt. 57.1-2 (2011): 4-31.

Farrish, Christopher. 59.1 (2012):-2-163.

Forlow, Rachael. 59.1 (2012):-2-163.

Hylan, Nicolette. 57.1-2 (2011): 4-31.

Posner, Adrienne. 59.1 (2012):-2-163.

Reed, Ashley. 59.1 (2012):-2-163.

Roeger, Tyler. 57. 1-2 (2011): 4-31.

Salter, Sarah. 57.1-2 (2011): 4-31. 59.1 (2012):-2-163.

Tendler, Joshua. 57.1-2 (2011): 4-31.

MLA

Barnes, Ashley C. 58.1 (2012):-6-150.

Dwyer, Annie. 59.1 (2012): 114-231.

Feeley, Lynne. 58.1. (2012):-6-150

Hunt, Bill. 59.1 (2012): 114-231.

Moore, Scott E. 58.1 (2012):-6-150.

Reed, Christian. 58.1 (2012):-6-150.

Walkiewicz, Kathryn. 59.1 (2012): 114-231.

Zino, Dominique. 59.1 (2012): 114-231.

SSAWW

Allukian, Kristan F. 59.1 (2012): 182-208.

D'Amico, Luella. 59.1 (2012): 182-208.

Koenigs, Thomas. 59.1 (2012): 182-208.

Kostellich, Callie. 59.1 (2012): 182-208.

Von Cannon, Jordan. 59.1 (2012): 182-208.

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