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Updating the Nineteenth Century

November 30, 2011 Michael Gilmore, my old colleague at Brandeis, used to teach a lecture course on nineteenth-century American literature, with 100 students every year.   I used to teach one with 50 students. That seemed a very long time ago.  … Continue reading

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