Discovering Difference: Contemporary Essays in American Culture
Features essays that employ Marx, Freud, Derrida, Lacan, feminist, and African American criticism to investigate topics ranging from cultural encounters at the time of the European conquest of the Americas to the Clarence Thomas/Anita Hill hearings.
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American Literature Discovers Columbus
Charlotte Temples Remains
The Underheard Reader in the Writing of the Old Southwest
Poe Plagiarism and the Prescriptive Right of the Mob
Hawthorne and the Making of the Middle Class
A Cincinnati Story
The Politics of Belief
The Conflation of Racism
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