Volume 44, Number 1-2, 2007

Table of Contents

From: Comparative Literature Studies

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In Memoriam: Elizabeth Fox-Genovese (1941-2007)

p. vi
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Articles

Reading with One Eye, Speaking with One Tongue: On the Problem of Address in World Literature

pp. 1-19
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Found in Translation: The Two Lives of E. M. Cioran; or How Can One Be a Comparatist?

pp. 20-37
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Liebliche Lüge?: Philip Roth's "Looking at Kafka"

pp. 38-50
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Kmen: A Faraway Magazine About Which We Know Nothing

pp. 51-66
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Barbarian Encounters: Rethinking Barbarism in C. P. Cavafy's and J. M. Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians

pp. 67-96
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The Politics of Blood and Soil: Hannah Arendt, George Eliot, and the Jewish Question in Modern Europe

pp. 97-117
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With Rhyme and Reason: Yokomizo Seishi's Postwar Murder Mysteries

pp. 118-143
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The Horror and the Pleasure of Un-English Fiction: Ida von Hahn-Hahn and Fanny Lewald in England

pp. 144-165
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From Jean de La Bruyère to John Aubrey and Beyond: The Development of Elias Canetti's Character Sketches

pp. 166-182
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Book Reviews

Comparative Literature in an Age of Globalization (review)

pp. 183-186
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Look Away! The U.S. South in New World Studies (review)

pp. 186-190
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Witness against History: Literature, Film, and Public Discourse in Twentieth-century China (review)

pp. 190-194
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Ovid and the Moderns (review)

pp. 194-197
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Speaking of Beauty (review)

pp. 198-200
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Lives in Translation: Bilingual Writers on Identity and Creativity (review)

pp. 201-204
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Gender and Nation in the Spanish Modernist Novel (review)

pp. 204-207
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Experimental Nations: Or, the Invention of the Maghreb (review)

pp. 208-211
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Sodomy, Masculinity, and Law in Medieval Literature: France and England, 1050–1230 (review)

pp. 211-214
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Morocco Bound: Disorienting America's Maghreb, from Casablanca to the Marrakech Express (review)

pp. 214-220
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Inextricably Bonded: Israeli Arab and Jewish Writers Re-Visioning Culture (review)

pp. 221-224
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 225-230
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