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- Oxford University Press 1994; US$ 44.99 US$ 38.69
With this first volume of a two-part biography of Transcendentalist critic and feminist spokeswoman Margaret Fuller, Capper has launched the premier contemporary study of early America's best-known female intellectual. Based on a thorough examination of all the firsthand sources, many of them never before used, this volume is filled with original portraits... more...
- Oxford University Press 1991; US$ 139.99 US$ 120.39
This work argues that American literary scholarship enshrines a reactionary vision of history, of narrative, and of America itself. Carafiol examines the way idealist assumptions have been essential to doing American literary history and unwraps the implications of that symbiosis for current debates about the aims and methods of literary history in... more...
- Oxford University Press 1996; US$ 49.99 US$ 42.99
The New South--replete with shopping malls, hub airports, educated African Americans, and immigrants from Vietnam, Cambodia, and Haiti--is still haunted by the Gothic ghosts of its past. Does the collision between past and present account for the continued preeminence of Southern writers in America's literary culture? Bobbie Ann Mason, Ernest Gaines,... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2006; US$ 15.99
Even the most devoted readers of nineteenth-century American literature often assume that the men and women behind the masterpieces were as dull and staid as the era's static daguerreotypes. Susan Cheever's latest work, however, brings new life to the well-known literary personages who produced such cherished works as The Scarlet Letter, Moby-Dick,... more...
- University of Nebraska Press 2007; US$ 19.95
Synthesizes topics of contemporary scholarship of the American West. This work examines subjects ranging from the use of frontier rhetoric in Japanese American internment camp narratives to the emergence of agricultural tourism in the New West to the application of geographer J B Jackson's theories to vernacular or abandoned western landscapes. more...
- University of Nebraska Press 2008; US$ 40.00
Song of the Oktahutche collects for the first time all of Poseys poetry, which has until now been scattered in various rare volumes, either unpublished or replete with textual errors. His highly regarded poems constitute the largest body of Native poetry from the turn of the twentieth century. Matthew Wynn Sivils draws on extensive archival research... more...
- University of Nebraska Press 2009; US$ 50.00
This wide-ranging collection of essays addresses a diverse and expanded vision of Montana literature, offering new readings of both canonical and overlooked texts. Although a handful of Montana writers such as Richard Hugo, A. B. Guthrie Jr., DArcy McNickle, and James Welch have received considerable critical attention, sizable gaps remain in... more...
- University of California Press 2003; US$ 34.95 US$ 27.96
This landmark book, together with its accompanying CD, captures the heady excitement of the vibrant, irreverent poetry scene of New York's Lower East Side in the 1960s. Drawing from personal interviews with many of the participants, from unpublished letters, and from rare sound recordings, Daniel Kane brings together for the first time the people,... more...
- University of Nebraska Press 2009; US$ 55.00
Since World War II, the American West has become the nations military arsenal, proving ground, and disposal site. Through a wide-ranging discussion of recent literature produced in and about the West, Dirty Wars explores how the regions iconic landscapes, invested with myths of national virtue, have obscured the Wests crucial role... more...