Heartless immensity : literature, culture, and geography in antebellum America /
"As the size of the United States more than doubled during the first half of the nineteenth century, a powerful current of anxiety ran alongside the well-documented optimism about national expansion. Heartless Immensity tells the story of how Americans made sense of their country's constan...
Ann Arbor :
University of Michigan Press,
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