ATQ (The American Transcendental Quarterly)

ATQ (The American transcendental Quarterly) is a magazine specializing in Humanities topics.

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 2, June

"Chiefly about War Matters": Hawthorne's Swift Judgment of Lincoln
A deliberate and conspicuous creative presence permeates all of Hawthorne's narratives, whether these creations be his fictions, where we have come to expect this presence, or his letters, journals, essays, or prefaces, where we might not. Scholars...
"Genuine Transcripts of Private Experience": Margaret Fuller and Translation
In her discussion of Margaret Fuller's work as a translator, Christina Zwarg focuses on the metaphoric significance of translation in Fuller's career as a writer and thinker. Zwarg believes that Fuller's interest in translation was part of a process...
Savage Daughters: Emma Lazarus, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and the Spagnoletto
If I've killed one man, I've killed two-- The vampire who said he was you And drank my blood for a year, Seven years, if you want to know. Daddy, you can lie back now. There's a stake in your fat black heart And the villagers never...
"The Vivid Dreamings of an Unsatisfied Heart": Gender Ideology, Literary Aesthetics, and the "Poetess" in Nineteenth-Century America
In small New England villages and rural Midwestern metropolises of late-nineteenth-century America, something startling was occurring: women were writing poetry--lots and lots of it. Nor was this merely a private endeavor, for national magazines began...
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