American University Studies
Series 24: American Literature
The books within this series include a broad range of topics within the category of American literature. Typically, they are excellent monographs that have been subjected to a rigorous peer-review process. They tend to be written on topics that would not be suitable for our more specific series within each discipline. Many of the titles have won national and international awards. These books can be found in university library collections around the world.
Reading Kingsolver, Castillo, Erdrich, and OzekiVolume 78Monographs X, 173 Pages
The Autobiographies of Edith Wharton and Gertrude SteinVolume 77Monographs VIII, 195 Pages
Ideas of Community in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s FictionVolume 74Monographs XII, 171 Pages
Suicide in the Works of Kate Chopin and Sylvia PlathVolume 56Monographs VIII, 102 Pages