College of Arts and Sciences

Department of English

ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance

ESQ 60.3


The Red Man Has Left No Mark Here: Graves and Land Claim in Cooperian Tradition
Sarah Klotz
Revising Torture: Moses Roper and the Visual Rhetoric of the Slave's Body in the Transatlantic Abolition Movement
Martha J. Cutter
'Because I see-- New Englandly--': Seeing Species in the Nineteeenth-Century and Emily Dickinson's Regional Specificity
Juliana Chow
Natural Wrecks and Textual Relics in Thoreau's A Week on the Conchord and Merrimack Rivers
Brian Gazaille
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