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  Issue 12-13, 2005-2006

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From: Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis, and Culture

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From the Editor

From the Editor . . .

pp. v-vi
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Volume 12 Articles

Ego Credo

pp. 1-11
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The Bible, "Creation," and Mimetic Theory

pp. 13-19
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Save Us From Being Saved: Girard's Critical Soteriology

pp. 21-30
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Kings and Gods as Ecological Agents: From Reciprocity to Unilateralism in the Management of Natural Resources

pp. 31-46
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Imitation, Mirror Neurons, and Mimetic Desire: Convergence Between the Mimetic Theory of René Girard and Empirical Research on Imitation

pp. 47-86
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Myth and Investigation in Oedipus Rex

pp. 87-98
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"And They Sang A New Song": Reading John's Revelation From The Position Of The Lamb

pp. 99-114
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"'Twas Nature Gnaw'd Them to This Resolution": Byron's Poetry and Mimetic Desire

pp. 115-132
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Reading the Bloody "Face of Nature": The Persecution of Religion in Hawthorne's The Marble Faun

pp. 133-145
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Volume 13 Articles

John Rawls's Originary Theory of Justice

pp. 149-157
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Fellini's Crowds and the Remains of Religion

pp. 159-182
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Missing the Cross?: Types of the Passion in Early Christian Art

pp. 183-194
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What Is Deviated Transcendency?: Woolf's The Waves as a Textbook Case

pp. 195-218
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Curative Work: Dana's Two Years Before The Mast

pp. 219-238
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"And Her Substance Would Be Mine": Envy, Hate, and Ontological Evacuation in Josephine Hart's Sin

pp. 239-258
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René Girard and the Rhetoric of Consumption

pp. 259-272
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Victims in Vogue

p. 273
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 275-278
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Research Areas

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