Studies in American Naturalism 2.2

 

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Studies in American Naturalism


 
Volume 2, Number 2 Winter 2007


CONTENTS


ESSAYS
Donald Pizer
The Bread Line: An American Icon of Hard Times 
103
Karen A. Keely
Sexual Slavery in San Francisco’s Chinatown: “Yellow Peril”
and “White Slavery” in Frank Norris’s Early Fiction 
129
Laura Bedwell
Jack London’s “Samuel” and the Abstract Shrine of Truth 
150
Christopher Taylor
“Inescapably Propaganda”: Re-Classifying Upton Sinclair
outside the Naturalist Tradition 
166

REVIEWS
Edith Wharton, by Hermione Lee
Reviewed by Donna Campbell 
179
Slumming in New York: From the Waterfront to Mythic Harlem,
by Robert M. Dowling
Reviewed by Dan Colson 
184
Stephen Crane, by Kevin J. Hayes
Reviewed by Carolyn Stoermer
186
Nineteenth-Century American Fiction on Screen,
edited by R. Barton Palmer
Reviewed by Roger W. Smith 
188
Can Anything Beat White? A Black Family’s Letters,
compiled and edited by Elisabeth Petry
Reviewed by Sharon Lynette Jones 
191
After Utopia: The Rise of Critical Space in Twentieth-Century American Fiction,
by Nicholas Spencer
Reviewed by Kevin J. Hayes 
194

CONTRIBUTORS
198
 

 

 

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