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Contributors Chris Beyers is Professor of English at Assumption College. His many publications on poetry include A History of Free Verse and the essay, "Naturalism and Poetry," in The Oxford Handbook of American Literary Naturalism. With John Serio, he is the editor of the corrected edition of Wallace Stevens's Collected Poems. Anita Duneer is Associate Professor of English at Rhode Island College, where she teaches American and postcolonial literatures. She is at work on a book about Jack London and the sea, which merges interests in maritime literature and literary naturalism. Her recent publications on literary seafaring have appeared in American Literary Realism, Studies in American Naturalism, ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance, and the mla's Approaches to Teaching the Works of Jack London. Cara Erdheim Kilgallen is Assistant Professor of English and director of Writing Across the Curriculum at Sacred Heart University. An avid athlete involved in competitive figure skating and tennis, she feels particularly passionate about American sports writing as a new area of research in American literary naturalism. In addition to sports narrative, her scholarship focuses on environmental theory and disability studies. While working on a long term project about American literature, disability, and sports, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Studies in American Naturalism uni_neb

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Abstract

Chris Beyers is Professor of English at Assumption College. His many publications on poetry include A History of Free Verse and the essay, "Naturalism and Poetry," in The Oxford Handbook of American Literary Naturalism. With John Serio, he is the editor of the corrected edition of Wallace Stevens's Collected Poems. Anita Duneer is Associate Professor of English at Rhode Island College, where she teaches American and postcolonial literatures. She is at work on a book about Jack London and the sea, which merges interests in maritime literature and literary naturalism. Her recent publications on literary seafaring have appeared in American Literary Realism, Studies in American Naturalism, ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance, and the mla's Approaches to Teaching the Works of Jack London. Cara Erdheim Kilgallen is Assistant Professor of English and director of Writing Across the Curriculum at Sacred Heart University. An avid athlete involved in competitive figure skating and tennis, she feels particularly passionate about American sports writing as a new area of research in American literary naturalism. In addition to sports narrative, her scholarship focuses on environmental theory and disability studies. While working on a long term project about American literature, disability, and sports,

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Studies in American Naturalismuni_neb

Published: Sep 30, 2016

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