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  1. Whitman and the Irish

    ... him and his poetry. As members of the working class, famous authors, or close friends, the Irish left their mark on Whitman the man and ...

    kraken - March 2018

  2. Pynchon’s California

    ... and real estate, private detection and the sacred. The authors bring insights to bear from an array of critical, social, and ...

    athmas - March 2018

  3. From Androboros to the First Amendment

    ... political thought among the colonists. Written by anonymous authors and passed from hand to hand, these short, crude, and often bawdy plays ...

    kraken - March 2018

  4. The Novel and the American Left

    ... way. More pragmatically, individual essays suggest specific authors, texts, and approaches to teachers and scholars seeking to broaden ...

    kraken - March 2018

  5. Politics, Desire, and the Hollywood Novel

    ... and the Hollywood Novel pays close attention to six authors—Nathanael West, Raymond Chandler, Budd Schulberg, Joan Didion, Bruce ...

    kraken - March 2018

  6. Pink Pirates

    ... piracy. Going beyond her readings of contemporary women authors, Irr’s exhaustive history of how women have fared under intellectual ...

    jamccoy - March 2018

  7. Reading Project

    ... result is a unique and trailblazing book that presents the authors’ collaborative efforts and interpretations as a case study for ...

    adncn - March 2018

  8. A Broken Thing

    ... world at large: its people, its politics, its ecology. The authors included here, emerging and established alike, write from a range of ...

    athmas - March 2018

  9. Dreaming Out Loud

    ... Others are more specific and personal, recounting how the authors came to be a reader and writer in a culture that did not always ...

    adncn - March 2018

  10. Renegade Poetics

    ... of canonical and marginalized writers, male and female authors, race and gender studies."—Meta DuEwa Jones, author, The Muse Is ...

    athmas - March 2018