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English, Rhetoric, & Humanistic Studies

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1999 Studies in American Culture - XXII:2

 Oct 1999 CoverDying of Consumption: The Prostitute Clara in Meridel Le Seuer's The Girl
Carmela Pinto McIntire
Canon Fodder: Vietnam Verse and the Anesthetics of Acceptance
Eric Gadzinski
The Potency of Jane, or the Disciplinary Function of Austen in America
Michael Kramp
Scalawags and Scoundrels? The Moral and Legal Dimensions of Sherman's Last Campaigns
Debra Reddin Van Tuyll
A Certain Doubt: The Lost Voice of Deborah Samson in Revolutionary America
Bennett Kravitz
The Tourist as Art Critic: Mark Twain and the Old Masters
Jeffrey A. Melton
Fagin's Children: Hollywood's Jewish Gangsters
Terry Barr
When the Favorite Son/Journalistic Icon Had a Mistress: Coverage of the Secret Private Life of Charles Kuralt in the Press of His Beloved North Carolina
Larry Timbs 

Cover Design: Sandra DeWald