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  Volume 32, Number 1, April 2008

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy and Literature

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  Literary Theory in an Age of Globalization

pp. 1-10

The Dramatic Sources of Philosophy

pp. 11-30

Art and Evolution: Spiegelman's The Narrative Corpse

pp. 31-57

Did God Deprive Pharaoh of Free Will?

pp. 58-73

The Worst Case of Knowing the Other?: Stanley Cavell and Troilus and Cressida

pp. 74-86

Literature, Politics, and Character

pp. 87-101

Plot Taxonomies and Intentionality

pp. 102-118

How Few Words Can the Shortest Story Have?

pp. 119-129

"A little throat cutting in the meantime": Seneca's Violent Imagery

pp. 130-144

Of Literary Universals: Ninety-Five Theses

pp. 145-160

Notes and Fragments

What is Fantasy?

pp. 161-172

Temporal Registers in the Realist Novel

pp. 173-182

The Triumph Of Sisyphus

pp. 183-190

Critical Discussions

Authorship Redux: On Some Recent and Not-So-Recent Work in Literary Theory

pp. 191-197

Using Stanley Cavell

pp. 198-204

Reading and Writing Plato

pp. 205-216

Index to Volumes 32 and 33

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