Volume 14, Number 2, April 2007

Table of Contents

From: Modernism/modernity

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Selling Jewels: Modernist Commodification and Disappearance as Style

pp. 189-207
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#$%^&*!?: Modernism and Dirty Words

pp. 209-223
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The Heart Machine: "Rhythm" and Body in Weimar Film and Fritz Lang's Metropolis

pp. 225-248
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The Game of Meaning: Collage, Montage, and Parody in Kurt Schwitters' Merz

pp. 249-272
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Peter Weiss and the Exilic Body

pp. 273-290
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Prague meets Paris: the Reception and Representation of the "Eiffelka"

pp. 291-308
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"A thing so small": The Nature of Meter in Robert Frost's "Design"

pp. 309-328
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John Dos Passos in Mexico

pp. 329-345
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Review Essay

Archives of Modernist Cinephilia

pp. 347-355
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Book Reviews

The Body Economic: Life, Death, and Sensation in Political Economy and the Victorian Novel, and: From Dickens to Dracula: Gothic, Economics, and Victorian Fiction (review)

pp. 357-360
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A Mirror in the Roadway: Literature and the Real World (review)

pp. 360-362
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Touch and Intimacy in First World War Literature (review)

pp. 362-363
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Bad Modernisms (review)

pp. 364-365
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The Geometry of Modernism: The Vorticist Idiom in Lewis, Pound, H.D., and Yeats (review)

pp. 365-367
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The Marriage Paradox: Modernist Novels and the Cultural Imperative to Marry (review)

pp. 367-369
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British Poetry in the Age of Modernism (review)

pp. 369-371
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Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics in Twentieth-Century African-American Literature (review)

pp. 371-373
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Split-Gut Song: Jean Toomer and the Poetics of Modernity (review)

pp. 373-375
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Scouting for Boys: The Original 1908 Edition, and: Zane Grey: His Life, His Adventures, His Women (review)

pp. 375-378
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Sex after Fascism: Memory and Morality in Twentieth-Century Germany (review)

pp. 378-380
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Surrealism and the Politics of Eros, 1938-1968 (review)

pp. 380-382
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The Pivot of the World: Photography and Its Nation (review)

pp. 382-384
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The Tears of Things: Melancholy and Physical Objects (review)

pp. 384-386
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Recent Books of Interest

Recent Books of Interest

pp. 387-388
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