Volume 37, Number 1, Winter 2006

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Special Issue: Hélène Cixous: When the Word is a Stage

Guest Editor: Eric Prenowitz

Acknowledgments

p. vi
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Introduction: Cracking the Book--Readings of Helene Cixous

pp. ix-xxvii
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From the Word to Life: A Dialogue between Jacques Derrida and Helene Cixous

pp. 1-13
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The Flying Manuscript

pp. 15-46
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Afterburn: An Afterword to "The Flying Manuscript"

pp. 47-55
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Untitled

pp. 57-64
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Portraits of H. C. as J. D. and Back

pp. 65-84
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Derrida & Cixous: Between and Beyond, or "what to the letter has happened"

pp. 85-106
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The Presences of Deconstruction

pp. 107-117
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Helene Cixous's Other Animal: The Half-Sunken Dog

pp. 119-134
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Helene Cixous's Imaginary Cities: Oran-Osnabruck-Manhattan--Places of Fascination, Places of Fiction

pp. 135-145
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Make Believe: Manhattan 's Folitterature

pp. 147-167
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To Write with the Use of Cixous

pp. 169-178
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Where Thinking Is Not What We Think

pp. 179-195
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Terrible but Unfinished: Stories of History

pp. 197-215
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"The Self is a People": Autoethnographic Poetics in Helene Cixous's Fictions?

pp. 217-235
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Portmanteau

pp. 237-247
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The Book That You Will Not Write: An Interview with Helene Cixous

pp. 249-261
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 263-265
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 267-270
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