Mark Edmundson

Photo of Mark EdmundsonPhoto | Elizabeth DentonMark Edmundson is University Professor and Professor of English at the University of Virginia. A Guggenheim fellow, he is author of more than a dozen books, including Self and Soul, Why Teach? and Nightmare on Main Street.

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Cover: Nightmare on Main Street: Angels, Sadomasochism, and the Culture of GothicNightmare on Main Street: Angels, Sadomasochism, and the Culture of GothicEdmundson, MarkPAPERBACK11/01/1999$30.50
Cover: Self and Soul: A Defense of IdealsSelf and Soul: A Defense of IdealsEdmundson, MarkPAPERBACK07/02/2018$20.00
Cover: Song of Ourselves: Walt Whitman and the Fight for DemocracySong of Ourselves: Walt Whitman and the Fight for DemocracyEdmundson, MarkHARDCOVER04/13/2021$29.95
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