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September 1, 2004
Christopher Castiglia Russ Castronovo
Book Review| September 01 2004
Reconstituting the American Renaissance: Emerson, Whitman, and the Politics of Representation; Whitman Possessed: Poetry, Sexuality, and Popular Authority
By Jay Grossman. Durham, N.C.: Duke Univ. Press. 2003. xii, 273 pp. Cloth,$59.95; paper, $19.95.
By Mark Maslan. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press. 2001. xii, 221 pp.$41.95.
American Literature (2004) 76 (3): 610–612.
Vivian R. Pollak; Reconstituting the American Renaissance: Emerson, Whitman, and the Politics of Representation; Whitman Possessed: Poetry, Sexuality, and Popular Authority. American Literature 1 September 2004; 76 (3): 610–612. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00029831-76-3-610
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