Selected essays in genre studies

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“‘Essays of Invention’:Transformations of Advice in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Writing”
In Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers: A Critical Reader
Ed. Karen L. Kilcup (Blackwell, 1998) 184-205


“‘Quite Unclassifiable’: Crossing Genres, Crossing Genders in Twain and Greene”
In New Directions in American Humor Studies
Ed. David E. E. Sloane (Alabama, 1998) 151-69


“‘All that lay deepest in her heart’: Reflections on Jewett, Gender, and Genre”
Colby Quarterly 26.3 (1990): 152-60



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