Call Number (LC) Title Results
PS217.S465 S46 2013 Sentimentalism in nineteenth-century America : literary and cultural practices / 1
PS217.S465 W56 2020 Transamerican sentimentalism and nineteenth-century US literary history / 1
PS217.S5 A26 2004 Landscape and ideology in American renaissance literature : topographies of skepticism / 1
PS217.S55 Novel bondage : slavery, marriage, and freedom in nineteenth-century America /
The archive of fear : white crisis and black freedom in Douglass, Stowe, and Du Bois /
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PS217.S55 A45 2015 American slavery : a historical exploration of literature / 1
PS217.S55 A76 2012 The logic of slavery : debt, technology, and pain in American literature / 1
PS217.S55 A76 2012eb The logic of slavery : debt, technology, and pain in American literature / 2
PS217.S55 B46 2005 Democratic discourses : the radical abolition movement and antebellum American literature / 1
PS217.S55 B46 2005eb Democratic discourses : the radical abolition movement and antebellum American literature / 1
PS217.S55 B47 2004 The fugitive's properties : law and the poetics of possession / 1
PS217.S55 B47 2004eb The fugitive's properties : law and the poetics of possession / 1
PS217.S55 C37 1995 Fathering the nation : American genealogies of slavery and freedom / 1
PS217.S55 C37 1995eb Fathering the nation : American genealogies of slavery and freedom / 1
PS217.S55 C45 2011 Novel bondage : slavery, marriage, and freedom in nineteenth-century America / 1
PS217.S55 C47 2008 Fugitive vision : slave image and Black identity in antebellum narrative / 1
PS217.S55 C85 1992 The Culture of sentiment : race, gender, and sentimentality in nineteenth-century America / 1
PS217.S55 C87 2017 The illustrated slave : empathy, graphic narrative, and the visual culture of the transatlantic abolition movement, 1800-1852 / 1
PS217.S55 D4 2003 Domestic abolitionism and juvenile literature, 1830-1865 / 1
PS217.S55 D4 2003eb Domestic abolitionism and juvenile literature, 1830-1865 / 1
PS217.S55 D56 2022 The textual effects of David Walker's Appeal : print-based activism against slavery, racism, and discrimination, 1829-1851 / 1