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Product Description: Dr. Seuss's infectious rhymes, fanciful creatures, and roundabout plots not only changed the way children read but imagined the world. And to Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street, Green Eggs and Ham,The Cat and the Hat, these and other classics have sold hundreds of millions of copies and entertained children and adults for decades...read more

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9780190614522 | Oxford Univ Pr, September 1, 2016, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Dr.

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Product Description: This wide-ranging collection brings together an eclectic group of scholars to reflect upon the transnational configurations of the field of American studies and how these have affected its localizations, epistemological perspectives, ecological imaginaries, and politics of translation...read more
By Donald E. Pease (editor)

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9781611688467 | Dartmouth College, January 5, 2016, cover price $85.00 | About this edition: This wide-ranging collection brings together an eclectic group of scholars to reflect upon the transnational configurations of the field of American studies and how these have affected its localizations, epistemological perspectives, ecological imaginaries, and politics of translation.

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9781611688474 | Dartmouth College, January 5, 2016, cover price $45.00 | About this edition: This wide-ranging collection brings together an eclectic group of scholars to reflect upon the transnational configurations of the field of American studies and how these have affected its localizations, epistemological perspectives, ecological imaginaries, and politics of translation.

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Product Description: Redeemer Nation in the Interregnum interrogates the polyvalent role that American exceptionalism continues to play after 9/11. Whereas American exceptionalism is often construed as a discredited Cold War–era belief structure, Spanos persuasively demonstrates how it operationalizes an apparatus of biopolitical capture that saturates the American body politic down to its capillaries...read more
By Donald E. Pease (foreword by)

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9780823268153 | Fordham Univ Pr, February 26, 2016, cover price $105.00 | About this edition: Redeemer Nation in the Interregnum interrogates the polyvalent role that American exceptionalism continues to play after 9/11.
9780534547202, titled "Criminal Law" | Wadsworth Pub Co, July 1, 1998, cover price $92.95 | also contains Criminal Law | About this edition: This text has become successful due to its methodical and careful explanation of traditional law categories, not because it includes every latest trend in an effort to attune to media whims.

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9780823268160 | Fordham Univ Pr, February 26, 2016, cover price $30.00 | About this edition: Redeemer Nation in the Interregnum interrogates the polyvalent role that American exceptionalism continues to play after 9/11.
9780534547035, titled "America's Courts and the Criminal Justice System" | 6 signed edition (Wadsworth Pub Co, June 1, 1999), cover price $29.95 | also contains America''s Courts and the Criminal Justice System | About this edition: Book by Griset, Pamala

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Product Description: The American critic William V. Spanos, a pioneer of postmodern theory and co-founder of one of its principal organs, the journal boundary 2, is, in the words of A William V. Spanos Reader coeditor Daniel T. O’Hara, everything that current post-modern theory is accused of not being: polemical, engaged, prophetic, passionate...read more
By Michelle Martin (editor), Daniel T. O'Hara (editor) and Donald E. Pease (editor)

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9780810130845 | Northwestern Univ Pr, November 15, 2015, cover price $120.00 | About this edition: The American critic William V.

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Product Description: Affirmative Reaction explores the cultural politics of heteronormative white masculine privilege in the United States. Through close readings of texts ranging from the popular television drama 24 to the Marvel Comics miniseries The Call of Duty, and from the reality show American Chopper to the movie Million Dollar Baby, Hamilton Carroll argues that the true privilege of white masculinity—and its defining strategy—is not to be unmarked, universal, or invisible, but to be mobile and mutable...read more

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9780822349297 | Duke Univ Pr, January 4, 2011, cover price $79.95 | About this edition: Affirmative Reaction explores the cultural politics of heteronormative white masculine privilege in the United States.

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9780822349488 | Duke Univ Pr, January 25, 2011, cover price $22.95 | About this edition: Affirmative Reaction explores the cultural politics of heteronormative white masculine privilege in the United States.

By John R. Eperjesi and Donald E. Pease (foreword by)

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9781584654346 | Dartmouth College, December 1, 2004, cover price $60.00

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9781584654353 | Dartmouth College, December 3, 2004, cover price $24.95

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Product Description: Luis Gispert is a young contemporary artist born in Jersey City, New Jersey, and raised primarily in Miami. He trained first at Miami-Dade Community College and then at the Art Institute of Chicago and Yale University. Today Gispert lives and works in Brooklyn...read more
By Derrick R. Cartwright (contributor), Donald E. Pease (contributor) and Roberto J. Tejada

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9780944722282 | Hood Museum of Art, August 1, 2004, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: Luis Gispert is a young contemporary artist born in Jersey City, New Jersey, and raised primarily in Miami.

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Product Description: Originating as a proponent of U.S. exceptionalism during the Cold War, American Studies has now reinvented itself, vigorously critiquing various kinds of critical hegemony and launching innovative interdisciplinary endeavors. The Futures of American Studies considers the field today and provides important deliberations on what it might yet become...read more
By Donald E. Pease (editor) and Robyn Wiegman (editor)

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9780822329572 | Duke Univ Pr, November 1, 2002, cover price $109.95 | About this edition: Originating as a proponent of U.

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9780822329657 | Duke Univ Pr, November 1, 2002, cover price $28.95 | About this edition: Originating as a proponent of U.

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Product Description: Throughout the era of the Cold War a consensus reigned as to what constituted the great works of American literature. Yet as scholars have increasingly shown, and as this volume unmistakably demonstrates, that consensus was built upon the repression of the voices and historical contexts of subordinated social groups as well as literary works themselves, works both outside and within the traditional canon...read more
By Donald E. Pease (editor)

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9780822314783 | Duke Univ Pr, June 1, 1994, cover price $94.95 | About this edition: Throughout the era of the Cold War a consensus reigned as to what constituted the great works of American literature.

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9780822314936 | Duke Univ Pr, June 1, 1994, cover price $25.95 | About this edition: Throughout the era of the Cold War a consensus reigned as to what constituted the great works of American literature.

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Product Description: National narratives create imaginary relations within imagined communities called national peoples. But in the American narrative, alongside the nexus of belonging established for the national community, the national narrative has represented other peoples (women, blacks, "foreigners", the homeless) from whom the property of nationness has been removed altogether and upon whose differences from them the national people depended for the construction of their norms...read more
By Donald E. Pease (editor)

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9780822314776 | Duke Univ Pr, June 1, 1994, cover price $89.95 | About this edition: National narratives create imaginary relations within imagined communities called national peoples.

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9780822314929 | Duke Univ Pr, June 1, 1994, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: National narratives create imaginary relations within imagined communities called national peoples.

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Product Description: Cultures of United States Imperialism represents a major paradigm shift that will remap the field of American Studies. Pointing to a glaring blind spot in the basic premises of the study of American culture, leading critics and theorists in cultural studies, history, anthropology, and literature reveal the "denial of empire" at the heart of American Studies...read more
By Amy Kaplan (editor) and Donald E. Pease (editor)

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9780822314004 | Duke Univ Pr, January 1, 1994, cover price $89.95 | About this edition: Cultures of United States Imperialism represents a major paradigm shift that will remap the field of American Studies.

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9780822314134 | Duke Univ Pr, January 1, 1994, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: Cultures of United States Imperialism represents a major paradigm shift that will remap the field of American Studies.

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Product Description: The Rise of Silas Lapham (1885) established William Dean Howells's reputation in the annals of American literature. This collection of essays argues the renewed importance of Howells's novel for an understanding of literature as social force as well as a literary form...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)
By Donald E. Pease (editor)

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9780521373111 | Cambridge Univ Pr, July 1, 1991, cover price $64.99

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9780521378987 | Cambridge Univ Pr, July 1, 1991, cover price $29.99 | About this edition: The Rise of Silas Lapham (1885) established William Dean Howells's reputation in the annals of American literature.

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Product Description: The term American Renaissance designates a period in our nation's history when the literary "classics" appeared―works "original" enough to mark a beginning for America's literary history. But the American Renaissance, Donald Pease argues in his introduction, does not belong to the nation's secular history so much as it denotes a rebirth from it: "Independent of the time kept by secular history, the American Renaissance keeps what we could call global Renaissance time―the sacred time a nation claims to renew, when it claims its cultural place as a great nation existing within a world of great nations...read more

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9780801839375 | Reprint edition (Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, October 1, 1989), cover price $23.95 | About this edition: The term American Renaissance designates a period in our nation's history when the literary "classics" appeared―works "original" enough to mark a beginning for America's literary history.

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Product Description: In a major contribution to American literary culture, Donald E. Pease reassesses the works of a number of major writers of the American Renaissance, including Hawthorne, Whitman, Emerson, Melville, and Poe. He argues that the Revolutionary mythos, used to explain and organize American Renaissance literature for a century, was not used as an organizing principle by these writers...read more

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9780299110048 | Reprint edition (Univ of Wisconsin Pr, September 1, 1987), cover price $19.95 | About this edition: In a major contribution to American literary culture, Donald E.

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