In the course of the prism of intimacy, Burleigh sheds gentle on eighteenth and early-nineteenth-century American texts. This insightful research indicates how the trope of the kinfolk recurred to supply contradictory photos - either in detail well-known and frighteningly alienating - wherein americans replied to upheavals of their cultural panorama.

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