New Directions in Thomas Paine Studies

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S. Cleary, I. Stabell, Short, Quinlan
Palgrave Macmillan US, Feb 3, 2016 - History - 253 pages

This book propels the study of American revolutionary and radical Thomas Paine into the twenty-first century by engaging an interdisciplinary and international group of scholars in an exploration of Paine's role in politics, literature, and the invention of the global.

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Scott Cleary is Associate Professor of English at Iona College, USA. He has published on a wide variety of eighteenth-century authors, including Alexander Pope, Christopher Smart, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Paine. He is currently the Director of Iona College's Institute for Thomas Paine Studies.

Ivy Linton Stabell is Assistant Professor of English at Iona College, USA. She has published essays on biographies written for children in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century America.

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