Identifying marks : race, gender, and the marked body in nineteenth-century America /
"What we know of the marked body in nineteenth-century American literature and culture often begins with The Scarlet Letter's Hester Prynne and ends with Moby Dick's Queequeg. This study looks at the presence of marked men and women in a more challenging array of canonical and lesser-...
University of Georgia Press,
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