The birth mark unsettling the wilderness in american literary history by susan howe new price 1995 used price 150 in an interview with american short fiction you bring up breece pancake as being generally accepted as the best writer to have come out of west virginia confused hurt haunted by the land and history and class . Howe susan the birth mark unsettling the wilderness in american literary historywesleyan 1993 189 pp. Susan howe approaches early american literature as poet and critic blending scholarship with passionate commitment and unique view of her subject the birth mark traces the collusive relationships among tradition the constitution of critical editions literary history and criticism the institutionalized roles of poetry and prose and the . The birth mark unsettling the wilderness in american literary history by susan howe 189 pp middletown wesleyan university press 1993 4000 in the interview which concludes the birth mark susan howe says that during childhood her boston household was visited by such pioneers of american studies as perry miller and f o matthiessen. Her the birth mark unsettling the wilderness in american literary history marks a continuation of this argument indeed the argument begins with the very form of the title in keeping with her
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