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  • Literary Partnerships and the Marketplaceby David Dowling

    LSU Press 2012; US$ 22.95

    In Literary Partnerships and the Marketplace, David Dowling examines an often overlooked aspect of the history of publishing?relationships, both of a business and a personal nature. The book focuses on a variety of intriguing duos of the nineteenth century, as it explores the economics of literary partnership in a typology of author/publisher, student/mentor,... more...

  • Scenes of Nature, Signs of Menby Tony Tanner

    Cambridge University Press 1987; US$ 51.00

    This book is about the relationship of the American writer to his land and language. more...

  • Aesthetic Materialismby Paul Gilmore

    Stanford University Press 2009; US$ 60.00

    Aesthetic Materialism: Electricity and American Romanticism provides a fresh understanding of American romanticism by examining the use of electrical imagery, science, and technology by writers such as Emerson, Fuller, Whitman, and Melville to re-describe literary aesthetics as a transcendent and material practice mediating among socio-economic structures,... more...

  • American Metempsychosisby John Michael Corrigan

    Fordham University Press 2012; US$ 54.99

    The transmigration of souls is no fable. I would it were, but men and women are only half human. With these words, Ralph Waldo Emerson confronts a dilemma that illuminates the formation of American individualism: to evolve and become fully human requires a heightened engagement with history. Americans, Emerson argues, must realize history's chronology... more...

  • Revisionary Interventions into the Americanist Canonby Donald E. Pease; Michael Warner; John McWilliams; Wai Chee Dimock

    Duke University Press 1994; US$ 23.95

    Throughout the era of the Cold War a consensus reigned as to what constituted the great works of American literature. Yet as scholars have increasingly shown, and as this volume unmistakably demonstrates, that consensus was built upon the repression of the voices and historical contexts of subordinated social groups as well as literary works themselves,... more...

  • Slavery in American Children's Literature, 1790-2010by Paula T. Connolly

    University of Iowa Press 2013; US$ 42.50

    Long seen by writers as a vital political force of the nation, children’s literature has been an important means not only of mythologizing a certain racialized past but also, because of its intended audience, of promoting a specific racialized future. Stories about slavery for children have served as primers for racial socialization. This first... more...

  • Antebellum at Seaby Jason Berger

    University of Minnesota Press 2012; US$ 75.00

    In the antebellum years, the Western world?s symbolic realities were expanded and challenged as merchant, military, and scientific activity moved into Pacific and Arctic waters. In Antebellum at Sea , Jason Berger explores the roles that early nineteenth-century maritime narratives played in conceptualizing economic and social transitions in the... more...

  • You're So Funny . . . Daddyby Comedian Nazareth

    Comedy Crusade, Inc. - Publishing 2013; US$ 9.99

    "You’re So Funny Daddy!" exhorts readers to use humor to be more than just a father but a great dad as well. Nazareth explains, "A father who can tap into humor and share a real hearty laugh with his children is communicating with his children at a frequency level that tunes directly into the heart of what truly matters to [them]...... more...

  • Scribes of Gastronomyby Isaac Yue; Siufu Tang

    Hong Kong University Press, HKU 2013; US$ 50.00

    This volume of eight essays examines the scribes of gastronomy - an interesting but vital theme in imperial Chinese literature. From stanzas on food and wine in the Classics of Poetry to the articulation of refined dining in The Dream of the Red Chamber and Su Shi’s literary recipe for attaining culinary perfection, lavish textual representations... more...

  • Henry James as a Biographerby Willie Tolliver

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 110.00

    First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. more...