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American Fiction — 20th Century

Postmodernism (Literature) — United States

American Fiction — 20th Century — History and Criticism

United States — History — 20th Century

United States — Social Life and Customs — 20th Century — Fiction

Books:

The contemporary African-American novel: its folk roots and modern literary branches

Home matters: longing and belonging, nostalgia and mourning in women’s fiction

Black & white & noir: America’s pulp modernism

The post-utopian imagination: American culture in the long 1950′s

This mad “instead”: governing metaphors in contemporary American fiction

Fables of subversion: satire and the American novel, 1930-1980

Bordering on the body: the racial matrix of modern fiction and culture

Writing war: fiction, gender, and memory

Reminiscence and re-creation in contemporary American fiction

Diminishing fictions: essays on the modern American novel and its critics

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American Literature Encyclopedias

American Literature Dictionaries

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