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Introduction: British and American genres / Eve Tavor Bannet and Susan Manning -- 1. Transatlantic books and literary culture / Richard B. Sher -- 2. Transatlantic Utopianism and the writing of America / Wil Verhoeven -- 3. Tales of wonder, spiritual autobiographies and providence tales / Jim Egan -- 4. Life writings / Susan C. Imbarrato -- 5. Benjamin Franklin and transatlantic literary journalism / Carla Mulford -- 6. Theatre, drama, performance / Jeffrey Richards -- 7. Transatlantic American Indians / Tim Fulford -- 8. Literature of the ocean / Janet Sorensen -- 9. 'To gird this watery globe': Freneau, Barlow and American neoclassical poetry / Paul Giles -- 10. Ghostly and vernacular presences in the Black Atlantic / Alan Rice -- 11. Susanna Rowson and the transatlantic captivity narrative / Lise Sorensen -- 12. Domestic fiction and the reprint trade / Eve Tavor Bannet -- 13. Transatlantic Gothic / Robert Miles -- 14. Transatlantic Romanticisms / Colleen Glenney Boggs -- 15. Journeys of the imagination in Wheatley and Coleridge / Joel Pace -- 16. Transatlantic historical fiction / Susan Manning.
Table of Contents for: Transatlantic literary studies, 1660-183