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RICHARD H. MILLINGTON 9 Where Is Hawthorne's Rome? The Marble Faun and the Cultural Space of Middle-Class Leisure ROBERT K. MARTIN 28 "An Awful Freedom": Hawthorne and the Anxieties of the Carnival KRISTIE HAMILTON 41 Fauns and Mohicans: Narratives of Extinction and Hawthorne's Aesthetic of Modernity NANCY PROCTOR 60 The Purloined Studio: The Woman Sculptor as Phallic Ghost in Hawthorne's The Marble Faun JOHN CARLOS ROWE 73 Hawthorne's Ghost in James's Italy: Sculptural Form, Romantic Narrative, and the Function of Sexuality in The Marble Faun, "Adina," and William Wetmore Story and His Friends LELAND S. PERSON 107 Falling into Heterosexuality: Sculpting Male Bodies in The Marble Faun and Roderick Hudson PRISCILLA L. WALTON 140 Roman Springs and Roman Fevers: James, Gender, and Transnational Dis-ease ADAM PARKES 159 Henry James's Italian Hours and the "Ruskinian Contagion" BRIGITTE BAILEY I75 Fuller, Hawthorne, and Imagining Urban Spaces in Rome SUSAN M. GRIFFIN 191 The Black Robe of Romance: Hawthorne's Shadow and Howells's Italian Priest ROBERT MILDER 206 "The Connecting Link of Centuries": Melville, Rome, and the Mediterranean, 1 8S , 6 8S 7 ROBERT S. LEVINE 226 Road to Africa: Frederick Douglass's Rome