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Marginalia and Authorship  

H. J. Jackson

The value attributed to the notes that famous authors have made in books depends on more than mere association: we are disposed to believe that their annotations reveal something about ... More

Revisiting William Godwin  

Pamela Clemit

William Godwin was a leading radical political philosopher, novelist, and social thinker of the British Enlightenment. He was the author of Political Justice, a founding text of ... More

Transatlantic vs. Hemispheric: Toni Morrison's Long Nineteenth Century  

Anna Brickhouse

Print publication date:
Jan 2012
Online publication date:
Nov 2012
This article examines how American literature might be situated in a modern world system of the racialized Atlantic world, focusing on Toni Morrison's A Mercy. It argues that Morrison's ... More

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