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Between the United States' declaration of independence and the country's attempt to construct a federal Constitution, a group of New England ministers proclaimed Israel's biblical history an exemplum for their republican and federal aspirations. Tracing this unique interpretive discourse, the...
Confidante Abby Wood describes Emily Dickinson's tortured mind during the Great Revival of 1850. “She treated me as if she were insane,” Abby writes after a call. “The spirit of God is striving in her bosom and she is perfectly wretched.” While Wood is converted, Dickinson “grieves...
Leon Edel's virtual monopoly on Henry James studies in the twentieth century has long been recognized but little explored. Through evidence gleaned from the biographer's personal archive, this essay gives chapter and verse as to how he came to dominate a major field of modern scholarship.
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