In the process, I will also ask what I hope will be productive questions - about the locations and boundaries of America, about how gender still silently determines the canon of American literature, and about the limited vision that results from our class- and race-based privileging of printed, alphabetic texts. Because A Narrative of the Shipwreck saw multiple editions within two years, it seems plausible that it had a large circulation, even if it did not remain in print after the early nineteenth century.
Of Compass Bearings and Reorientations in the Study of American Women Writers Nicole Tonkovich Legacy; 2009;
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