- Title Pages
Part ISlavery, Race, and Free Speech
- Emerson: Prospects
- Thoreau: Words as Deeds
- Fuller: History, Biography, and Criticism
- Hawthorne and the Resilience of Dissent
- Stowe: From the Sacramental to the Old Testamental
- Speech and Silence in Douglass
- Whitman: From Sayer-Doer to Sayer-Copyist
- Slit Throats in Melville
- “Speak, man!”: Billy Budd in the Crucible of Reconstruction
- Intertext: “Bartleby, the Scrivener”
- Tourgée: Margin and Center
- James and the Monotone of Reunion
- Was Twain Black?
- Crane and the Tyranny of Twelve
- Choking in Chesnutt
- Dixon and the Rebirth of Discursive Power
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