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|Series:||Ashgate Series in Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic Studies|
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Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction, Daniel Maudlin; Transatlanticism, past, present and future: a brief overview, Paul Giles; Bloodlines and abortions: heredity and childhood in Hawthorne, Maeve Pearson; Transatlantic mobility: European pleasure meets American ambivalence in Henry James’ The Europeans, AnaMaria Seglie; Double crossings: Black Yankees, Pauline Hopkins and the Atlantic world, Laura Doyle; Bound for Boston: the significance of New England as the point of entry for visitors from Britain, Adam Hallett; That eternal ghost of trade: Anglo-American market culture and the antebellum stage Yankee, Matthew Pethers; Over a century of shipwrecks: American child readers and Robinson Crusoe, Karen Sánchez-Eppler; Chairs, cradles, cupboards and dykes: the ‘Scottishness’ in the furniture of New England, David Jones; Visualising Thanksgiving and other colonial entanglements in New England, Stephanie Pratt; The most marvellous of foreign countries: Americans and the construction of the English idea of home, 1870-1910, Tanis Hinchcliffe; Domestic slavery and the pursuit of freedom in Old and New England, Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina; Bibliography; Index.