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Part One. The Anger Paradigm: Theories and Contexts Chapter One Anger as Analysis and Aesthetic in American Women's Literature 3 Chapter Two Using the Anger Paradigm: The Antebellum Period as Case Study 9 Chapter Three Suppressing Treasonous Anger: Nation-Building and Gendered Ideologies of Anger in Antebellum America 41 Part Two. Anger in the House and in the Text: Four Case Studies Chapter Four Anger, Exile, and Restitution in Lydia Maria Child's Hobomok 71 Chapter Five Maria W Stewart's Inspired Wrath Ioi Chapter Six Masking Anger as It Is Spoken: Fanny Fern's Ruth Hall 35