restricted access   Volume 30, Number 2, Winter 2007

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Modern Literature

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Editor's Introduction

pp. v-vii

Retrospection and Prophecy in the Structure of Mad Love

pp. 1-16

The Dialectic of Electricity: Kenneth Fearing, Walter Benjamin, and a Marxist Aesthetic

pp. 17-41

William Carlos Williams and the Politics of Form

pp. 42-63

Reframing Charles Williams: Modernist Doubt and the Crisis of World War in All Hallows' Eve

pp. 64-85

The Familiar Attractions of Fascism in Muriel Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

pp. 86-102

Spinsters, Surveillance, and Speech: The Case of Miss Marple, Miss Mole, and Miss Jekyll

pp. 103-120

Dubliners' IOU: The Aesthetics of Exchange in "After the Race" and "Two Gallants"

pp. 121-138

Creative Destruction in Finnegans Wake: the Rise and Fall of the Modern City

pp. 139-150

Myth Turned Monument: Documenting the Historical Imaginary in Buenos Aires and Beyond

pp. 151-162

Imperfect Mastery: The Failure of Grammar in Beckett's L'Innommable

pp. 163-179

In One Ear and Out the Others: Beckett. . . . Mahon. Muldoon

pp. 180-196

Disseminating the Break: The Poetics of Catastrophic Modernity

pp. 197-203

Becoming and Joyce: Emergent Shifts in Literary Criticism

pp. 204-209

Unpacking Ritual

pp. 210-212


pp. 213-215