Dislocating race & nation : episodes in nineteenth-century American literary nationalism /
American literary nationalism is traditionally understood as a cohesive literary tradition developed in the newly independent United States that emphasized the unique features of America and consciously differentiated American literature from British literature. Robert S. Levine challenges this asse...
Chapel Hill :
University of North Carolina Press,
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