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By Anna Brickhouse

Arguing for a basic reassessment of the literary historical past of the nineteenth-century usa inside of transamerican and multilingual contexts, Anna Brickhouse examines a extensive array of texts in English, French, and Spanish. She discovers literary impacts from Latin American and Caribbean American literatures which made the interval a wealthy period of literary border-crossing and transcontinental cultural trade.

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