Sentimental Men: Masculinity and the Politics of Affect in American Culture

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University of California Press, 12 .. 1999 - 288 ˹
"[Sentimental Men] advances our understanding of American culture with contributions of original and often superior research that come together as an interdisciplinary conversation about sentimentalism and masculinity."Charles Berryman, author of Decade of Novels

"[Sentimental Men] makes a substantial contribution to the ongoing theoretical, historical, and critical project of reassessing sentimental discourse. Like the best of the recent work in this field, this anthology of essays does not merely celebrate what had formerly been execrated by professional readers, but it undertakes to understand the reasons behind celebration and execration alike. More centrally, it endeavors to reveal the 'cultural work' that sentimentalism does, and continues to do, in the overlapping spheres of art and culture."Katherine Snyder, University of California, Berkeley

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DOMESTIC
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Then When We Clutch Hardest
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Postmortem carte de visite 1
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Postmortem daguerreotype of Samuel Charles Stowe 1
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Postmortem daguerreotype
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Postmortem daguerreotype 1
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Postmortem carte de visite of Max Anderson
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The Black Body Erotic and the Republican Body Politic 17901820
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Masochism and Male Sentimentalism
205
Sentimental and Romantic Masculinities
226
Sentimental Realism in Thomas Eakinss Late Portraits
244
Doubtful Hope 7
246
The Gross Clinic
247
William H Macdowell
250
Figure 1o Mrs Edith Mahon
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Genio Scott
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Remembering Metacom
112
Bloated Bodies and Sober Sentiments
125
Chivalric Sentimentalism
163
The Gaze of Success
181
Sentimental Tentacles
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Notes on Contributors
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Mary Chapman is Assistant Professor of English at the University of British Columbia. Glenn Hendler is Assistant Professor of English and Gender Studies at the University of Notre Dame.

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