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0.57 Jerry Watts, The Left's Silent South, Social Text, 1984.
0.16 Mark Reinhardt, Who Speaks for Margaret Garner? Slavery Silence and the Politics of Ventriloquism, Critical Inquiry, 2002.
0.16 James E. Miller_ Jr., "Catcher" in and out of History, Critical Inquiry, 1977.
0.16 Richard Rambuss, Spenser and Milton at Mardi Gras: English Literature American Cultural Capital and the Reformation of New Orleans Carnival, boundary 2, 2000.
0.15 John M. Picker, George Eliot and the Sequel Question, New Literary History, 2006.
0.14 Christina Zwarg, Womanizing Margaret Fuller: Theorizing a Lover's Discourse, Cultural Critique, 1990.
0.14 Steve McCaffery, [Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa], boundary 2, 1999.
0.12 Carol Ohmann Richard Ohmann, Reviewers Critics and "The Catcher in the Rye", Critical Inquiry, 1976.
0.12 Daniel Brudney, Knowledge and Silence: "The Golden Bowl" and Moral Philosophy, Critical Inquiry, 1990.
0.12 Clark Lunberry, So Much Depends: Printed Matter Dying Words and the Entropic Poem, Critical Inquiry, 2004.
0.12 Richard Wollheim, Flawed Crystals: James's The Golden Bowl and the Plausibility of Literature as Moral Philosophy, New Literary History, 1983.
0.12 Philip Furia, Paterson's Progress, boundary 2, 1981.
0.12 Greg Kuzma, The Tree, boundary 2, 1973.
0.11 Annette Kolodny, Inventing a Feminist Discourse: Rhetoric and Resistance in Margaret Fuller's Woman in the Nineteenth Century, New Literary History, 1994.
0.11 George Lipsitz, Mardi Gras Indians: Carnival and Counter-Narrative in Black New Orleans, Cultural Critique, 1988.
0.10 Ron Graziani, Robert Smithson's Picturable Situation: Blasted Landscapes from the 1960s, Critical Inquiry, 1994.
0.10 William E. Cain, Violence Revolution and the Cost of Freedom: John Brown and W E B DuBois, boundary 2, 1990.