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This volume charts how the worker has been portrayed and sometimes misrepresented in American fiction. It examines novelistic treatment of "men's", "women's", "white" and "racialized" work that both mirror and reconfigure breadwinning in the United States....
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Author

Laura Hapke

Format

Softcover

ISBN

9780813528809

Publication Date

08/04/2007

Publisher

Rutgers University Press

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Rutgers University Press

This volume charts how the worker has been portrayed and sometimes misrepresented in American fiction. It examines novelistic treatment of "men's", "women's", "white" and "racialized" work that both mirror and reconfigure breadwinning in the United States.
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