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  35.1, Winter 2008

Table of Contents

From: College Literature

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Exhausting Ennui: Bellow, Dostoevsky, and the Literature of Boredom

pp. 1-15
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Through the Looking Glass: Reflexivity, Reciprocality, and Defenestration in Hitchcock's Rear Window

pp. 16-37
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William S. Burroughs and the Maya Gods of Death: The Uses of Archaeology

pp. 38-57
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Melville and Balzac: The Man in Cream-Colors

pp. 58-81
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John Steinbeck's Sweetheart: The Cosmic American Bus

pp. 82-99
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Economic Hauntings: Wealth and Class in Edith Wharton's Ghost Stories

pp. 100-127
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A.S. Byatt's "Morpho Eugenia": Prolegomena to Any Future Theory

pp. 128-147
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How Do Stories Convince Us? Notes Towards A Rhetoric of Narrative

pp. 148-173
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Review Essays

The Trauma of Empire in Shakespeare and Early Modern Culture

pp. 175-197
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Recalling Empire: Anglo-American Conceptions of Imperialism and the Decline of the Nation-State

pp. 198-208
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Appendix

Books Received July 16, 2007 to October 15, 2007

pp. 210-212
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College Literature Referees 2005-2007

pp. 213-216
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