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“The Affective Turn in Contemporary Fiction,” by Nancy Armstrong

“Hatterr Abroad: G. V. Desani on the Stage of World Literature,” by Andrew Goldstone

“‘A Need to Mourn Abandonment in Advance’ in Nathaniel Mackey’s From a Broken Bottle Traces of Perfume Still Emanate,” by Stephen Hock

“Neo-Surrealism’s Forked Tongue: Reflections on the Dramatic Monologue, Politics, and Community in the Recent Poetry of Will Alexander and John Yau,” by Michael Leong

“Against the Postapocalyptic: Colson Whitehead’s Zone One and Narrative Closure,” by Leif Sorensen

Reviews by Sarah Brouillette and Rachel Greenwald Smith [End Page 1]



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