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  1. Like a Sea

    ... money. I don’t know why bees make love, but I’m sorry about the storm. Thing now is to decide what to do with all the water. ...

    kraken - February 2017

  2. Sentimental Readers

    ... It makes a genuine new intervention into ongoing debates about how to read and teach mid-nineteenth-century sentimental novels. And it reminds us that when we think about literary production of this period, we cannot and should not overlook its ...

    athmas - September 2016

  3. A Literary History of Iowa

    ... via its elaborate twenty-two-page index, for facts about a given Iowa author or book. Bringing together a great deal of hitherto ... as Book-of-the-Month and Literary Guild books. I knew too about Carl Van Vechten as part of that avant-garde group of Midwest ... poetry, plays, musical plays, novels, and short stories about Iowa subjects, Iowa ideas, Iowa people. These writers often dealt with ...

    kraken - September 2016

  4. The Adventures of Cancer Bitch

    ... who has ever had cancer or anyone who has ever worried about getting it; in short, everyone. ”— Rachel Shukert, author, Have You ... most of the food had nipples. . . . I talked to everyone—about what I'm not sure. Probably about my surgery. Everyone told me how well I ...

    kraken - September 2016

  5. Railroad Postcards in the Age of Steam

    ... peaked in terms of track-miles and importance to daily life about the same time, it's not surprising that many postcards featured rail ... the nature of the postcard craze, which reached its zenith about 1910, and discusses why images of American railroads played such an ...

    kraken - September 2016

  6. Humanities and Public Life

    ... projects that model rigorous work, critical thinking about best practices, and strategies for assessing the value and impact of ...

    kraken - January 2017

  7. Genre Fission

    ... Marleen Barr develops a critical discourse for talking about, precisely, gender, race, and class. And she does it in such a lively, ... enlightening. Barr expands postmodern assumptions about cultural studies by suggesting that "genre fission" is occurring among ...

    kraken - September 2016

  8. Douglass in His Own Time

    ... wide-ranging, including contemporary correspondence by and about Douglass, reminiscences, poetry, tributes, and critiques well into the ... sketches, memoirs, letters, editorials, and other articles about him, readers will encounter the complexity of a life lived on a very ...

    athmas - September 2016

  9. That Red Wheelbarrow

    ... to "pour himself into books and come up with some thoughts about them." In this splendid volume of essays and reviews, Coles takes this ... Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, and the Brownings. He writes about twentieth-century European and American novelists George Orwell, Jerzy ...

    kraken - September 2016

  10. Guidelines for Proposals: Humanities and Public Life

    ... expand both public and academic audiences’ assumptions about the humanities . Books in the series address this issue very ... in submitting proposals. We look forward to learning more about the many exciting projects underway. Goals for the Series ...

    kraken - November 2014