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Splintered worlds :
fragmentation and the ideal of diversity in the work of Emerson, Melville, Whitman, and Dickinson /
Robert M. Greenberg.

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Main Author: Greenberg, Robert M., 1943-
Language(s): English
Published: Boston : Northeastern University Press, c1993.
Subjects: Dickinson, Emily, > Dickinson, Emily, / 1830-1886 > Dickinson, Emily, / 1830-1886 / Political and social views.
Whitman, Walt, > Whitman, Walt, / 1819-1892 > Whitman, Walt, / 1819-1892 / Political and social views.
Melville, Herman, > Melville, Herman, / 1819-1891 > Melville, Herman, / 1819-1891 / Political and social views.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, > Emerson, Ralph Waldo, / 1803-1882 > Emerson, Ralph Waldo, / 1803-1882 / Political and social views.
Cultural pluralism in literature.
Modernism (Literature) > Modernism (Literature) / United States > Modernism (Literature) / United States / History > Modernism (Literature) / United States / History / 19th century.
Literature and history > Literature and history / United States > Literature and history / United States / History > Literature and history / United States / History / 19th century.
Social change in literature.
American literature > American literature / 19th century > American literature / 19th century / History and criticism.
Physical Description: xi, 258 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN: 1555531679 (acid-free paper) :
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