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Abstract

Offers an extended cultural reading of Whitman's early story "The Half-Breed," focusing on psychosexual and post-colonial implications of the story in the context of Whitman's career, and examining Whitman's half-breed character Boddo as a racial and sexual "border figure."

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Copyright © 2004 Thomas C Gannon

DOI

10.13008/2153-3695.1757

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