Founded In    1980
Published   3/year
Language(s)   English, Italian, Potuguese, and Spanish
ISSN   1125-1743
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Letterature d’America

The journal was founded as both a national and an international forum for literary critics of and on the Americas. It is run by 3 co-editors:
  Vanni Blengino (for the Spanish-American section)
  Ettore Finazzi-Agrò (for the Brasilian section)
  Cristina Giorcelli (for the American and Canadian section)



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The girl in American Culture , Number 106

“Duaterra’s Tattooing”: Marking Bodies in Lydia Maria Child’s “Mary Howard”

The Impotence of Grief: On Melville’s Wretched Women and Lonesome Girls

“What Katy (& Co.) Did”: Re-forming Girlhood in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century

Il ritorno di Sarah Jane: strategie della copertura in Imitation of Life

Asserting Stability? American Girl Magazine in the Nixon Era