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1997 Studies in American Culture - XX:2

Oct 1997 CoverAfrican-American Actors and the Communism Scare of the 1950s: UniqueResponses to the Otherness Inflicted by the Hegemonic DiscourseCharlene Regester 

Vonnegut's Player Piano and American Anti-Leisure: Idle Time in HellWesley Burnett and Lucy Rollin 

Harvest in the SouthAngela Minter 

Melissa Scully Died for Your Sins: Feminine Sacrifice and Native American Spirituality in The X-Files
J. P. Williams 

Hemingway and the Gulf Stream: The Esquire Letters as Informal Apologia
John J. Fenstermaker 

"To Educate Neither Belles Nor Bluestockings:" Women and Higher Education in the South During the Progressive EraChristina R. McDonald 

Fictionalizing as Moral Rationalization: The Function of the Narrator in Hawthorne's "Wakefield"
Ed Piacentino 


The Politics of Pain: Family Letters and Oral Histories from the Vietnam WarRenate W. Prescott