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Early American Literature and Culture Through the American Renaissance

Edited By Reiner Smolinski

The Early American Literature and Culture series aims at providing a forum for discussions of interdisciplinary approaches to American literary culture in the broadest sense of the term. Scholars examine the formation, encoding, and transformation of value systems in literature and history, by analyzing the forces of the market place, gender politics, conquest and colonization, ethnicity, racialism, and genocide during the period of 1580-1880.