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Subjects and citizens : nation, race, and gender from Oroonoko to Anita Hill

Author: Michael Moon; Cathy N Davidson
Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 1995.
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Subjects and citizens.
Durham : Duke University Press, 1995
(OCoLC)624436794
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Moon; Cathy N Davidson
ISBN: 0822315394 9780822315391 0822315297 9780822315292
OCLC Number: 32167062
Description: vi, 529 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Letting go our grand obsessions : notes toward a new literary history of the American frontiers / Annette Kolodny --
Oroonoko's gendered economies of honor/horror : reframing colonial discourses studies in the Americas / Stephanie Athey, Daniel Cooper Alarcón --
Race and sensibility in the early Republic : Ann Eliza Bleecker and Sarah Wentworth Morton / Julie Ellison --
Vanishing Americans : gender, empire, and new historicism / Lora Romero --
Amorous bondage : Poe, ladies, and slaves / Joan Dayan --
Critiques from within : antebellum projects of resistance / Maggie Sale --
Radical configurations of history in the era of American slavery / Russ Castronovo --
White slaves : the mulatto hero in antebellum fiction / Nancy Bentley --
Masculinity and self-performance in the Life of Black Hawk / Timothy Sweet --
Constructing the black masculine : Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, and the sublimits of African American autobiography / Maurice Wallace --
Mark Twain and the diseases of the Jews / Sander L. Gilman --
Warring fictions : Iola Leroy and the color of gender / Elizabeth Young --
"Alien hands" : Kate Chopin and thee colonization of race / Michele A. Birnbaum --
"The direction of the howling" : nationalism and the color line in Absalom, Absalom! / Barbara Ladd --
Border subjects and transnational sites : Américo Paredes's The hammon and the beans and other stories / Ramón Saldívar --
Remodeling the model home in Uncle Tom's cabin and Beloved / Lori Askeland --
A Zuni raconteur dons the Junco shirt : gender and narrative style in the story of Coyote and Junco / Siobhan Senier --
"We murder who we were" : Jasmine and the violence of identity / Kristin Carter-Sanborn --
The queen of America goes to Washington City : Harriet Jacobs, Frances Harper, Anita Hill / Lauren Berlant --
The body politic / Karla F.C. Holloway.
Other Titles: Subjects & citizens
Responsibility: edited by Michael Moon and Cathy N. Davidson.

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