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Beyond good and evil: Sister Leopolda's traumatic will to power
Shades of Scarlett: Cultural images of historical Southern women
Death of the American dream: The revolutionary meaning of infant mortality and mourning in Hannah Webster Foster's "The Coquette"
Freeze-frame: Time and vision in three early Welty stories
What Americans said about Saxony, and what this says about them: Interpreting travel writings of the Ticknors and other privileged Americans, 1800--1850
Feeling better than most people think: Nature and the body in Wallace Stegner's "All the Little Live Things" and "The Spectator Bird"
Lilith rising: American Gothic fiction and the evolution of the female hero in Sarah Wood's "Julia and the Illuminated Baron," E.D.E.N. Southworth's "The Hidden Hand," and Joss Whedon's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
Maternal bodies, Ojibwe histories, and materiality in the novels and memoirs of Louise Erdrich
The drag paradox
At play in her clearing: Centering the personal experience of physical disability within Irigarayan philosophy
Children of Israel: Jacob figures and themes in the novels of Chaim Potok
Biography as a searchlight: Finding the Frank Stanford story cycle in Ellen Gilchrist's fiction
Building cultural bridges across generational chasms: Comparing Chicano and Jewish American literature
Down and back again: A swimmer's body moves through feminism, young adult sport literature and film
Frantic fathers and misplaced mothers: Hegemonic patriarchal reinforcement of the traditional family in American film
Reinventing the self: Native American women's autobiographies
Tracking whiteness: Portrayals of whites in American Indian literature
Native spaces of continuation, preservation, and belonging: Louise Erdrich's concepts of home
Recollecting memory, reviewing history: Trauma in Asian North American literature
Speaking through the silence: Voice in the poetry of selected Native American women poets
"A condition of potentiality": American women's utopian and science fiction, 1920--1960
Homo Redneckus: On Being Not Qwhite in America
Chicken and dumplings: The motif of food in Appalachian literature
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