|Title||The Oxford handbook of nineteenth-century American literature|
|Author||edited by Russ Castronovo|
|Imprint||New York : Oxford University Press, c2012|
|Descript||xii, 443 p. : ill. ; 25 cm|
Antipodean American geography: Washington Irving's "globular" narratives -- The art of Chaos: community and African American literary traditons -- Are "American novels" novels? Mardi and the problem of boring books -- Reading race through disability: slavery and agency in Mark Twain's Pudd'nhead Wilson and "those extraordinary twins" -- The invention of Mexican American -- Creole kinship: privacy and the novel in the new world -- Looking at state violence: Lucy Parsons, Jose Marti and Haymarket -- Transatlantic vs. Hemispheric: Toni Morrison's long nineteenth century -- Temporality, race, and empire in cooper's The Deerslayer: the beginning of the end -- The visible and invisible city: Antebellum writers and urban space -- Animals and the formation of liberal subjectivity in nineteenth-century American literature -- Archives of publishing and gender: historical codes in literary analysis -- The novel as board game: homiletic identification and forms of interactive narrative -- Skepticism in nineteenth-century American literature and philosophy -- On the redundancy of "transnational American studies" -- How to read: regionalism and the Ladies' Home Journal -- Literature and the news -- Reading minds in the nineteenth century -- Making an example: American literature as philosophy -- Abolition and activism: the present uses of literary criticism -- Whose protest novel? Ramona, the Uncle Toms' Cabin of the Indian -- Nineteenth-century American literature without nature? rethinking environmental criticism -- "Action, action, action": nineteenth-century literature for twenty-first-century citizenship?
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