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Summer 1998, 40:2

Texas Studies in Literature and Language
The Typographical Design of Melville's 'The Apple-Tree Table'
Jonathan A. Cook
Whitman as Furtive Mother: The Supplementary Joussance of the 'Ambushed Womb' in 'Song of Myself'
Daneen Wardop
'Murder, What a Lovely Voice!': Sex, Speech and the Public/Private Problem in The Bostonians
Joyce A. Rowe
Colonial Desires, Silence and Metonymy: All Things Considered in Wide Sargasso Sea
Hilda van Neck-Yoder
The Value of Utiliarian Ethics at the Present Time
Wendell V. Harris