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Sentimental men : masculinity and the politics of affect in American culture

Author: Mary Chapman; Glenn Hendler
Publisher: Berkeley (Calif.) : University of California press, cop. 1999.
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This collection of essays analyze a variety of cultural forms to demonstrate the centrality of masculine sentiment in American literary and cultural history. The articles analyze sentimentalism not  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Chapman; Glenn Hendler
ISBN: 0520216210 9780520216211
OCLC Number: 468613727
Notes: Notes bibliogr. à la fin de chapitre.
Description: IX-288 p. ; 24 cm.
Responsibility: Mary Chapman and Glenn Hendler, ed.
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