Volume 37, Number 2, Spring 2006

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Special Issue: Critical Inquiries

A Promise (Over)Heard in Lyric

pp. 271-284
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Toward a Benjaminian Theory of Dialectial Allegory

pp. 285-298
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Aesthetic Experience in Everyday Worlds: Reclaiming an Unredeemed Utopian Motif

pp. 299-318
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Shakespeare and the Idea of the Modern

pp. 319-339
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Shelter Writing: Desperate Housekeeping from Crusoe to Queer Eye

pp. 341-359
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George Eliot and the Sequel Question

pp. 361-388
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Proust for Historians

pp. 389-423
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Fabricating Ecocentric Discourse in the American Poem (and Elsewhere)

pp. 425-445
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Chronophilia: Nabokov and the Time of Desire

pp. 447-467
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Nabokov, Time, and Timelessness: A Reply to Martin Hagglund

pp. 469-478
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Nabokov's Afterlife: A Reply to Brian Boyd

pp. 479-481
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Contributors

pp. 483-484
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Books Received

pp. 485-488
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