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BROWSE PRINCETON'S SERIES (by title) in 20/21

Walter Benn Michaels, Series Editor

20/21 focuses on twentieth- and twenty-first-century American literature and culture, publishing books that interrogate rather than reproduce the terms in which we have come to understand the period. The series aims to engage and alter the standard tools of contemporary analysis—from the postmodern and the postcolonial through the posthuman and the postpolitical. More generally, 20/21 features ambitious books that seek to make a difference to our understanding of the present as well as the recent past.

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bookjacketAmerican Hungers:
The Problem of Poverty in U.S. Literature, 1840-1945
Gavin Jones

bookjacketBeing Numerous:
Poetry and the Ground of Social Life
Oren Izenberg

bookjacketFrom Guilt to Shame:
Auschwitz and After
Ruth Leys

bookjacketA Pinnacle of Feeling:
American Literature and Presidential Government
Sean McCann

bookjacketPostmodern Belief:
American Literature and Religion since 1960
Amy Hungerford

bookjacketWilliam Faulkner:
An Economy of Complex Words
Richard Godden

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