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Fall 2013, 55:3

Texas Studies in Literature and Language
"Thou Shalt Not be Cozened": Incest, Self-Reliance, and the Portioning of Gendered Bodies in the Works of Herman Melville
Richard Hardack
Figuring and Reconfiguring the Folk: Women and Metaphor in Part 1 of Jean Toomer's Cane

Robert Arbour

Mindfulness and Meaning in Charles Johnson's "Dr. King's Refrigerator"
Gena E. Chandler
Personality and Poetic Election in the Preceptual Relationship of Emily Dickinson and Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 1862–1886
Jason Hoppe