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Images of Homelessness in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century American Literature

One of the sustaining ideologies of the United States is that America is a home for the homeless, a nation built on immigration and migration. Therefore, it is not surprising that the mythology of the homeless figure is a significant part ...

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