|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Did Mark Twain bring down the temple on Scott's shoulders? / Susan Manning -- Stowe's sunny memories of Highland slavery / Judie Newman -- Gothic legacies / Anne-Marie Ford -- Our nig / R.J. Ellis -- Crossing over / Bridget Bennett -- Poet of comrades / Carolyn Masel -- Nation making and fiction making / Alison Easton -- Beyond the Americana / Lindsey Traub -- If I were a man / Janet Beer and Ann Heilmann -- Embattled tendencies / Katherine Joslin -- Unreal cities and undead legacies / Avril Horner and Sue Zlosnik -- Encounters with genius / Kate Fullbrook.
|| This collection of essays by leading scholars of American literature and culture has emerged out of recent debates on the historical, geographical, symbolic, and cultural significance of the Atlantic, as well as new work in the area of Transatlantic Studies.
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|| Print version record.